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Richard White
Richard White
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In practice since 1994. Employed until 1999 and self employed since. Based in Sidcup, in Kent.

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20 years as Financial Adviser and Business owner dealing with financial planning and property transactions. www.whiterfinancial.co.uk

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I could write several extensive tomes dissecting your response, Jon, but for all our sakes I shall take the path of least resistance! You concede that nobody ever bought a property off the back of a virtual tour, but go on to say that it's the next best thing to a real viewing. I'm afraid there is no next best thing to a viewing. It's a bit like saying a virtual tour of your hotel room is the next best thing to a holiday. The human being has been blessed with many faculties and senses and the virtual tour, like photos, does not enable you to use them. It won't make you realise you hate the shape of the living room when you stand in it or tell you that every time you look out the window you see the fat bloke next door sunbathing in Speedos. In December. As for 'time wasters' as you put it (you'd have something to say if you heard an Agent describing punters thus), why would a virtual tour put them off? The type of person you refer to has no intention of buying under any circumstances and is, for want of a better expression, window shopping. Trust me, that person will love to use a virtual tour and then turn up and still not buy the place. Better than photos? That very much depends on the quality of the pics, doesn't it? If photos are honest and aren't taken with trick lenses or by someone who doesn't know which way round the camera goes, they are the perfect marketing tool; simple, clear and easy. What you have said has done nothing to change my mind. Will it prompt more viewings than good quality photos? No. Will it sell more houses? No. Will it arm the buyer with any knowledge they would otherwise not have had? No. Will it cost more? Yes. You'll have to excuse me. I'm just off to divorce that internet bride I married earlier. She turned out to be Geoff Capes! Tsk, who'd have thought!

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