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COVID-19 AND REAL ESTATE
The pandemic has given rise to unimaginable distress—but powerful examples of adaptability and resilience will have lasting impact.
Mobile app Yaza geo-tags video content for listings and lifestyles
Made for the iPhone, Yaza automatically maps every place you record a video, making it an ideal technology for property tours and neighborhood marketing.
As Fake Videos Threaten, New Tools Help Fight Back
Today the company is launching with an emphasis on the real estate market. Virtual home tours and remote tracking of construction work are two proofs of concept. The company plans on using a “Dropbox” model for generating revenue. The app is free; the storage is not. Sisson believes the app is on track towards restoring confidence on the Internet. Ultimately, he believes Yaza can help journalists, politicians, and anyone using video messaging prove a video’s authenticity.
Coronavirus: How Brokers Are Responding and Adapting
Lots of agents are wondering how they will be able to stay on the job and earn a living without putting themselves, friends and family at risk,” says Sisson. “With Yaza, the agent records narrated showings once and then the homebuyers tour houses in the app from the safety of their homes. This way, they only need to visit properties if they know they want to make an offer.
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As many of us (including your favorite podcasters!) practice social distancing, Coronavirus is top of mind. And because buying and selling a house is such a contact sport, we couldn't help but wonder how the house hunting process has changed.