How Much To Charge For Drone Photography

December 21, 2020 in Blog, Local SEO, Real Estate

How Much to Charge for Drone Photography

 

Hey everyone, and welcome to another weekly Momentum 360 blog! We don’t know about you, but out here in Philadelphia, it’s definitely getting to be winter. The weather has been kind of erratic, but there’s nothing like those 30 degree days and the first snow of the season to get you into a wintery mood. 

 

If you just came here to get an answer on how much to charge for drone photography, we recommend charging at least $250/hour. 

 

In this week’s blog post, we’re going to be talking about drone photography and how much you should be charging for it. Drone photo and videography is one of the biggest trends right now and is a very popular choice for real estate, cinematography, wedding photography, insurance, or anything else you can think of. 

 

As with any kind of business, how much you charge for your products and services can vary from company to company and largely has to do with the time and size of a project. So there isn’t any kind of hard and fast rule about exactly how much you should charge. In today’s blog, we’ll be talking about the factors that go into building the price that is right for your company. 

 

Drone Photography in Real Estate

 

Using drone photography or drone videos can take your content to the next level. Drones allow you to capture a full 360 video of your property from an aerial view. While most industries are only just getting into the use of drones and drone photography, real estate has adopted the use of drones since the product’s infancy. 

 

In residential real estate especially, drones are a very popular tool used by realtors because it not only shows that specific house, it also shows the property surrounding the home. From there, potential buyers get a better sense of the size of the house when compared to the land size, what the neighborhood looks like, and the property’s proximity to the woods or streets. 

 

By getting the whole picture, clients feel more confident in their initial feelings about the property and are more likely to want to see it in person. 

 

Pricing

As we mentioned earlier, there are so many factors that go into pricing for this kind of service. No matter how standardized you try to make your pricing, there are always going to be a unique set of challenges at every location. 

 

When setting your prices, you must consider the following aspects:

  • Type of Listing and Location

  • Type of Drone / Drone Costs

  • Business Expenses

  • Number of Photos & Videos

  • Expertise

 

Type of Listing and Location

As mentioned earlier, each project has a unique set of needs and problems that may arise when you are taking your photos. Custom pricing for each listing has to factor in the size of the property, whether its a luxury property or otherwise, the unique angles of the home, and the neighborhood it is located in. For example, some properties may be in a busy neighborhood which must be accounted for, and others may be nestled in an area where trees and other greenery may block the shots in some parts. Overall, preparation and scouting out the location will help you determine these factors and how they will affect your ability to provide the drone shots.

 

The location is also important because if your business is in an area with a competitive drone photography market, your prices will have to reflect those of your competition. If there are many options in the area, you can’t have your prices be much more expensive because potential clients may decide to go with a cheaper company. On the other hand, you don’t want to make your prices so low that you can’t be competitive with other companies. Do some research on what other businesses in your area offer in terms of pricing.

 

Type of Drone / Drone Costs

Now that drones have been on the market for a few years and their popularity continues to grow, there are many different models and types for photographers to choose from. Some realtors may provide their own drone which will lessen the cost of the photos, but most of the time the photographer is expected to provide a drone. In this case, the cost of the drone and the cost of the photographer’s training and licensing must be factored into the cost of the photographs. Luxury-brand drones may increase the quality of the photos produced, but will also increase the price of the photography. 

 

Business Expenses

 

There are a number of outside expenses that come from owning and operating a drone photography business. These include but aren’t limited to software subscriptions, mileage, marketing, SEO, and employee expenses. Another big cost comes from drone insurance. Drone insurance isn’t necessary, but many realtors would prefer that their photographers have their equipment insured so that they won’t be liable if any damage comes to the drone during the shoot. The cost of drone insurance varies from provider to provider, but on average costs $750 a year. That entire cost should not be the responsibility of the customer, but it should be considered when setting the price of a shoot.

Number of Photos

One way to estimate the price of drone photography is to charge per image produced. This way, you can create a set cost and your clients will choose an option that fits their needs and their budget. Another way to charge is per-hour or per-minute. You can estimate the time it will take to complete a job to give the client a rough idea of what the cost will be. The downside to this option is that if you run into unexpected problems and the shoot takes longer than expected, your clients may not be willing or able to pay for the entire time spent on the project.

 

Expertise

 

The type of drone you use definitely plays a role in how your images will turn out, but it’s not guaranteed that a more expensive drone will automatically produce perfect images. You will need to use photographers with the skill and experience level necessary to create professional and acceptable images. 

 

Furthermore, your company’s reputation is an important marketing tool. People want to work with businesses they can trust to be fairly-priced and will produce outstanding results for them. Testimonials, portfolios, and business reviews can be an invaluable tool in this respect. 

 

To Conclude

 

There isn’t really a hard and fast rule or formula to come up with prices for your drone photography business. There are so many factors that go into the cost, most of which vary from property to property. The best you can do is to examine all aspects of your business and your clients and come up with a price that is competitive while still meeting your business’s needs.

 

That’s it for this week’s blog! As always, check out our website and social media to learn more about Momentum 360 and all that we do.

 

For information about pricing, check out our pricing page here.

 

For a complete list of Momentum 360 Services, check out our website here.

 

Still not convinced? Check out our portfolio and see our work for yourself!

 

Our team members have also worked at Google and Facebook before, so we have the most up-to-date knowledge in the business. All to help your business rank at the top of Google and kickstart your journey to be a future lead generation machine!

 

Here at Momentum 360, we want to make growing your business easier than ever. Investing in a virtual tour is without a doubt an imperative step in making that happen. Our society is prioritizing digital content now more than ever, and we likely will not see a decline in this mindset in the future years.

 

If you are interested in learning more about Momentum 360 Virtual Tours or would like to have one made for your business, feel free to email us or schedule a call with Sean or Mac. For more information, visit our website! Mac Frederick and Sean Boyle, owners of Momentum, have over twenty years of experience in the digital marketing field and have a passion for helping businesses reach their fullest potential.

We post our Momentum Monday and Small Business Saturday blog every week, so feel free to subscribe and make sure you are up to date on the latest trends in the industry. If you have any questions or concerns, leave them in the comments below! From everyone at Momentum 360, thanks for the love, stay healthy, and until next time, build Momentum!

Zillow Virtual Tours

December 7, 2020 in Blog, Real Estate, Virtual Tours

Zillow Virtual Tours

Hello, and welcome back to another Momentum Monday! We hope you had a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. Here at Momentum 360, we’re thankful for being able to continue providing our service to customers and to keep working hard. 

In this week’s blog post, we’ll be talking about Zillow and their new 3D virtual tour app. Let’s get started!

Zillow

For those of you that don’t know, Zillow is an online real estate and rental marketplace. Founded in 2006 in Seattle, Zillow has since grown into one of the foremost online real estate marketplace companies. 

Zillow serves every aspect of owning or living in a home including:

 

  • Buying
  • Selling
  • Renting
  • Financing
  • Remodeling
  • & More!

The Zillow database is home to over 110 million U.S. properties and offers features like home value estimates, prices of comparable homes in an area, and price changes over a certain period of time. 

Zillow 3D Home App

zillow virtual tour appWhat is the Zillow 3D Home App? Simply put, it’s an app that allows homeowners and real estate professionals to do a virtual tour of a property with their smartphone. The 3D Home App is comparable to Matterport’s 3D tour app. 

The application by Zillow is free and allows homeowners to publish these tours directly to Zillow along with the listing’s home details so that buyers and renters can easily navigate and do a walk through of the property from their mobile phone or computer. 

The images on the app are shot with a Ricoh Theta V 360°, an inexpensive camera that allows users to create and publish images at a low cost. These tours are very popular among users because Zillow promotes content that includes a 3D Home App tour by boosting those listings in their search results for a week. 

The Zillow App is designed to be user friendly, so that even those without photography or editing experience can use it. The app’s dashboard includes viewing a tour’s metrics, options for editing, sharing, publishing, and archiving tours.

Editing

There are four main edits a user can make to their tours once they have been uploaded to the user’s dashboard. These are:

  • Adding Arrows
  • Moving and Deleting Arrows
  • Rearranging the Order or Deleting
  • Editing Room Levels and Floor Labels.

Each of these edits can be made directly within the tour by accessing the dashboard. 

Sharing

There are three ways to share a virtual tour from the Zillow 3D Home App – sharing via the link, sharing editing access, and embedding an iFrame on your website. 

Sharing via the link is exactly as it sounds, the app will provide the user with a link that will lead people directly to that tour and listing. 

Sharing editing access allows the user to share permissions with anyone they choose. Often, photographers will share the editing access with their clients to ensure the tour is made exactly how the client wants it. By sharing in this way, all those with editing access will also be able to share, publish, and archive the tour. 

Finally, there is the option to embed an iFrame to your website. iFrame is essentially a component of an HTML element that allows you to embed photos, videos, media, etc. within a website page. Doing this allows you to display a secondary webpage on your main page. The Zillow app provides the user with the HTML code to embed into their website and display the tours that way. 

Benefits of the Zillow 3D Home App

According to the Zillow 3D Home App website, there are four main benefits to using the free app:

  1. Draw Attention
  2. Inform Decisions
  3. Clarify the Layout
  4. Improve the House Hunt

Drawing Attention – Real estate listings with virtual tours have a tag that makes them stand out on Zillow. Listings with a virtual tour receive, on average, twice the amount of views compared to listings without.

Informing Decisions – Listings with virtual tours allow users to envision themselves in the property much easier than still photographs do. This leads to 22% of properties with virtual tours selling in 30 days or less.

Clarifying the Layout – Photos alone don’t give viewers a realistic idea of what it is like to walk through a house. By using a virtual tour, potential buyers can actually feel like they are going from room to room. 

Improving the House Hunt – Most homebuying experiences begin online. Virtual tours are extremely helpful in allowing potential buyers to decide which homes they would like to see in person. 

That’s it for this week’s blog! As always, check out our website and social media to learn more about Momentum 360 and all that we do.

For information about pricing, check out our pricing page here.

For a complete list of Momentum 360 Services, check out our website here.

Still not convinced? Check out our portfolio and see our work for yourself!

Our team members have also worked at Google and Facebook before, so we have the most up-to-date knowledge in the business. All to help your business rank at the top of Google and kickstart your journey to be a future lead generation machine!

Here at Momentum 360, we want to make growing your business easier than ever. Investing in a virtual tour is without a doubt an imperative step in making that happen. Our society is prioritizing digital content now more than ever, and we likely will not see a decline in this mindset in the future years.

If you are interested in learning more about Momentum 360 Virtual Tours or would like to have one made for your business, feel free to email us or schedule a call with Sean or Mac. For more information, visit our website! Mac Frederick and Sean Boyle, owners of Momentum, have over twenty years of experience in the digital marketing field and have a passion for helping businesses reach their fullest potential.

We post our Momentum Monday and Small Business Saturday blog every week, so feel free to subscribe and make sure you are up to date on the latest trends in the industry. If you have any questions or concerns, leave them in the comments below! From everyone at Momentum 360, thanks for the love, stay healthy, and until next time, build Momentum!

Virtual Home Staging

November 19, 2020 in Blog, Real Estate, Virtual Tours

How Virtual Home Staging and IoT Are Changing the Real Estate Industry

This year has been an unprecedented time for countless industries, and real estate is no exception. If you’ve tried to sell any homes recently, you know firsthand that you need to have everything in perfect shape to entice buyers. Thankfully, technology can help realtors and home sellers more than ever these days.

Virtual staging is a prime example of an evolving IoT development that benefits any real estate professional. This type of staging is disrupting the property selling process because it’s extremely more efficient than traditional home staging. The no-contact nature of virtual home staging has made it especially valuable during the pandemic, eliminating the need to have stagers in someone’s home.

With virtual staging, graphic designers have the power to seamlessly fill in the blanks of an empty room to design an interior that fits the aesthetics and personality of a space. When you’re looking to portray a room in the best possible light, nothing’s more important than creating an irresistible digitally crafted interior. It also doesn’t hurt that computerized decorating is a super cost-effective alternative to traditional staging. Although virtual staging has been around for a while now, recent advancements have made these photographs with artificial furniture and decorations hyper-realistic and more persuasive.

Most virtual stagers are so skilled nowadays that prospective buyers can’t tell the difference between a regular photo and a digitally fabricated one. However, be diligent to make sure your virtually staged pictures aren’t misleading, ultimately turning off buyers. Be smart and don’t warp the perception of any rooms/spaces to the point of selling something that looks nothing like the picture— the ramifications aren’t worth it.

Virtual furniture and decorations might not have been as believable in digitally-created staging photos of the past, but now virtual staging is mainstream. There’s no question technology is transforming the home buying and selling process. If you’re listing your home and struggling with decorating vacant rooms for staging, virtual staging could be your silver bullet.

During COVID-19, eradicating the need for in-person visits with digitally staged virtual tours/showings is a boon, too. Want to take a closer look at the ins and outs of virtual staging in 2020? Check out the helpful visual guide from The Zebra below.

Animated version of the graphic: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5q0whj5fyaqz66s/virtual-home-staging.infographic.gif.1a.gif?dl=0

Static version of the graphic: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1q8hiwnhl608nml/virtual-home-staging.infographic.1a_1.png?dl=0

 

White House Virtual Tour

November 8, 2020 in Blog, Real Estate, Virtual Tours

Virtual tour white house: some things to see

A virtual tour reflects a current situation, generally formed of an order of videos or pictures. It may also practice other multimedia segments, such as sound effects, music, description, and writing. It is recognized from the use of live communications to change the-tourism.

The phrase “virtual tour” is usually utilized to represent a diversity of videos and photographic-based tools. The panorama shows an unimpaired view since a sight can be unless a series of images or panning video footage.

Different places for a virtual tour:

you can take a virtual tour to many places like virtual tours to museums, virtual tours of zoos, virtual tours of national parks, virtual tours white house.

In this article, we are going to discuss a virtual tour white house.

History of virtual tours

Different software companies offer virtual tour white house. White house belongs to every American for eight years. The constructive scheme of the White House was an Irish immigrant. Many of the laborers who built it were slaves. John Adams wrote a letter to his wife Abigail praying that only honest and wise leaders would rule under this roof. Beneath that roof reside not just a seat of government but also a living museum home to history and a working office building.

White House is the place where a Lincoln or an FDR or a Reagan had made decisions. These decisions helped shape America, and there are many artifacts here that help you appreciate you know vividly and viscerally the power of this place.

Cross Hall:

You may sort virtual tour white house from cross hall. Inside the north entrance to the White House, there is the cross-hall. Thousands of tourists walk here every week, taking selfies with portraits of presidents. Past in the same hall Jefferson displayed antlers and pelts from Lewis and Clark’s expedition.

Cabinet Room:-

Cabinet room is important in virtual tour white house .There is a cabinet room with the Oval office. Sitting in this room gives you the most diverse snapshot of the breadth of issues a president confronts daily. It is always humbling to look around this table and see people from all walks of life experts working as a team in a common cause. It is where President Kennedy convened his national security advisors during the 13 harrowing days of the Cuban

Missile Crisis! Here Kennedy met with NASA to plan the mission to the moon, and it’s where Harry Truman took the oath of office in

1945 after Franklin Roosevelt, our longest-serving President, died.

Situational Room:

In the vault of the West Wing is the Situation Room, the other destination for a virtual tour white house. It is a series of rooms with secure videoconference technology that helps the President communicate with generals and leaders worldwide. Intelligence and national security officials work here.

Early in his presidency, John F Kennedy recognized that the White House needed a central information center to monitor intelligence and military missions. His successor Lyndon Johnson used these rooms during the Vietnam War.

Roosevelt Room:-

Roosevelt Room is the original location of the President’s office in the West Wing. When Teddy Roosevelt had the west wing built-in 1902, this is where he worked. You may have a virtual tour of this room too.

Franklin Roosevelt expanded the West Wing, including moving the Oval Office to its current location. You shall see a bust of former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt next to the lamp there is no question that Joe Biden will go down as the most acceptable vice president in American history

Virtual tour of Office down the hall:

It is his office just down the aisle. Joe has been my point man on implementing the economic recovery plan that saved our country from another depression and a trusted adviser on a range of high-stakes foreign policy initiatives. A significant part of his legacy will be the work we have started on the cancer moons hot, a project close to Joe’s big heart. As you look around this room, you can see why America loves Joe Biden. He is truly a family man. His office is overflowing with pictures of his kids and grandkids Joe and Joe Biden have meant so much to our country over their decades of service and Michelle.

Room on the ground floor: virtual tour white house

On the ground floor, a room honors previous first ladies who have lived in this home and blazed a trail for the rest of us. Jacqueline Kennedy’s portrait remains in a place of honor in recognition of her timeless grace and tireless efforts to preserve the White House. Her efforts included securing artwork restoring furniture and making crucial repairs through her actions.

East room:

The East Room has hosted countless state dinner’s concerts and other important moments in American history musicians like its lock Pearlman Dizzy Gillespie, Gloria Estefan Stevie Wonder, and Melissa Etheridge have performed here. It is where President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act and where Barrack signed the Affordable Care Act even the paintings are legendary Dolly Madison saved this famous Gilbert Stewart portrait of George Washington when British troops set fire to the White House in 1814

Mr.’s Kennedys Administration: tours

Mrs. Kennedy ensured that future generations of Americans could take pride in our nation’s house. The state dining room might look spacious now but try to picture it with over 200 guests, and performers during an official state visit took a lot of careful planning to set up a state dinner here to welcome the Chinese President Xi back in 2011

Fortunately, we have a great team in the White House, and everyone pitched in from the social office to the electricians to our fabulous chefs. As you’re looking around, make sure to take in the new drapes which echo the distinctive band of Kailua blue on our Obama China service a color representing the waters off the coast of Hawaii where my husband was born and raised

now we’re in what is known as the old family dining room as recently as the Kennedy administration this is where the first families would often come to eat which meant dressing up and coming downstairs for a proper dinner it was a formal space that didn’t lend itself to the kind of relaxed family meals we prefer in the Obama family this room was never a part of the official White House tour and because we wanted to broaden the time and show more of the White House this was the room that was primed for renovation and remodel this is one of the few places where we’re getting to showcase modern and abstract art and my favourite piece in the entire room is on the Thomas’s piece resurrection it’s a beautiful vibrant painting that you know represents hope and possibility which is an essential theme of this administration

Alma Thomas:

Alma Thomas is the first female African American artists to have her work be a part of the White House Collection, so that’s an exciting part of the story of this room inclusiveness contemporary art life vibrancy, all of which I think is representative of what this administration stands for we conclude our visit on the state floor with a room at his very center the Blue Room this room has always been one of our favorites especially after Barrack was sworn in here for his second term in 2013. You may visit it through virtual tour white house tools.

Beautiful memories with the blue room:

I have made some unforgettable memories in this beautiful room like the Blue Room directly above it you’ll notice the diplomatic reception room is a big oval this design dates back to George Washington’s time who saw oval rooms as a symbol of democracy the President could stand in the center to greet everyone at a similar distance and nobody gets stuck in a corner for more than a century presidents have used this room to welcome diplomats and heads of state including the Queen of England Jackie Kennedy added the wallpaper which depicts landscapes like Virginia’s natural bridge Boston Harbor and Niagara Falls this is also where Franklin Roosevelt recorded his famous fireside chats taking heated FDR understood how important it is for President to communicate directly with the American people of course every president sentences used radio television and now the web and social media to meet citizens where they are and what you’re participating in right now is another step in the story of our progress. I took you to the Oval Office. Now let me take you to my private office up on the second floor of the residence. A reporter once called this room the presidential man cave. I do not know about that. Still, I spent a lot of time at the end of the workday going through briefing books and writing speeches and reading ten of the letters that I get every day from the American people. I happen to be a night owl, and this is where I work. It’s called the treaty room. It is on this big desk where President McKinley ended the Spanish-American war.

In this way your virtual tour white house comes to an end.

 

Virtual Luxury Home Tours

October 7, 2020 in Blog, Real Estate, Virtual Tours

 

Virtual Luxury Home Tours

Hey everybody, welcome back to another Momentum 360 blog!

It’s officially October! Does anyone else feel like this year has been so long and yet went so quickly? It’s been a weird year, to say the least.

This week’s blog is a fun one. Today we’re going to be talking about virtual luxury home tours – where to find them, how useful they are, and we’ll show one of our favorites! Let’s get started.

What Makes a Luxury Home?

According to RocketHomes, a luxury home is defined as “one that is valued within the top 10% of properties on the local market. Luxury homes tend to be considerable in size, located in optimal areas, constructed and finished with high-end materials and designed with uncommon architectural details and exceptional amenities.”

These homes are fancy, with beautiful architecture and incredible design features, enough to make any passerby immediately jealous. Many of us will unfortunately never have the means to buy one of these homes, but why should that stop us from enjoying them anyway?

Where To Find Them

Did you know Momentum 360 has locations all over the country? Headquartered in Philadelphia, we’re so grateful to have expanded to over 30 locations nationwide, plus in Canada. If you’re a realtor looking to get a virtual tour for your luxury home listing, look no further! We have a 5 star Google rating across the board and are the perfect choice for your virtual tour needs.

If you’re looking to purchase or rent your own luxury home, Momentum 360 has tours in all the best cities for it, including beautiful beach homes in New Jersey, Los Angeles, Florida, and many more. Check them out on our website here!

It’s easy to find virtual tours of luxury homes using search parameters on any given realtor’s website. According to the previously mentioned definition of a “luxury” home, all you would have to do is filter out results in your preferred neighborhood based on size and highest prices.

How Useful Tours Are

If you’ve been reading our blogs for awhile now (and even if you haven’t!), you should know that here at Momentum 360, virtual tours for real estate are one of our biggest priorities. We believe that every and any industry can benefit from a virtual tour, but real estate in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic has proven that virtual tours are a necessity.

The country is slowly but surely reopening after the national shutdown back in March. Unfortunately, real estate has taken a hit in terms of being able to host open houses and have in-person tours of properties. Luckily, realtors are moving to being able to do this virtually with the help of Matterport 3D tours.

These 3D tours are also useful even if a luxury home is a little out of your price range. Because these luxury homes are supposed to be the best of the best, hopefully your dream luxury home would have all of the things you want in your home (even if yours isn’t “luxury”). By being able to walk through these homes that have it all, you can get a much better understanding of what your actual needs are, versus what is just a wishlist item.

Plus, seeing your dream luxury home can give you an extra thing to work hard for, much like a dream car or dream vacation!

Momentum 360’s Favorite Luxury Home

One of the fanciest and most luxurious homes that Momentum 360 has had the pleasure of doing a virtual tour for is this one, Penthouse 1609, a lavish penthouse apartment located in South Beach, Miami Beach, Florida. It is rented out by 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach.

South Beach is one of the neighborhoods of Miami Beach. This scenic neighborhood glitters with trendy nightlife, luxury oceanfront hotels, fine dining, and a world-famous beach scene.

Luckily for you, Momentum 360 just opened up our Miami location. Here to serve the south Florida community, we are looking forward to shooting more beautiful residential real estate in the Miami and Miami beach locations.

Some more locations we love to shoot virtual luxury home tours are Brigantine, Deal, and Avalon, all cities located on the New Jersey Shore that are home to multi-million dollar homes. These homes are beautiful, spacious, incredibly-designed, and are SO much fun for us to show off using 3D virtual tours.

That’s it for this week’s blog! As always, check out our website and social media to learn more about Momentum 360 and all that we do.

For information about pricing, check out our pricing page here.

For a complete list of Momentum 360 Services, check out our website here.

Still not convinced? Check out our portfolio and see our work for yourself!

Our team members have also worked at Google and Facebook before, so we have the most up-to-date knowledge in the business. All to help your business rank at the top of Google and kickstart your journey to be a future lead generation machine!

Here at Momentum 360, we want to make growing your business easier than ever. Investing in a virtual tour is without a doubt an imperative step in making that happen. Our society is prioritizing digital content now more than ever, and we likely will not see a decline in this mindset in the future years.

If you are interested in learning more about Momentum 360 Virtual Tours or would like to have one made for your business, feel free to email us or schedule a call with Sean or Mac. For more information, visit our website! Mac Frederick and Sean Boyle, owners of Momentum, have over twenty years of experience in the digital marketing field and have a passion for helping businesses reach their fullest potential.

We post our Momentum Monday and Small Business Saturday blog every week, so feel free to subscribe and make sure you are up to date on the latest trends in the industry. If you have any questions or concerns, leave them in the comments below! From everyone at Momentum 360, thanks for the love, stay healthy, and until next time, build Momentum!

 

Virtual Tour Companies Near Me

September 5, 2020 in Blog, Local SEO, Real Estate, Virtual Tours

Virtual Tour Companies Near Me

 

Virtual Tour Companies Near MeWe caught you red handed. You’re googling “virtual tour companies near me” again and can’t find a reputable virtual tour company to use. We understand. Finding a good near you is like finding a needle in a haystack.

Don’t worry..Momentum is here to service your virtual content needs. Turns out, in 30 states in our beautiful country we have a location! So if you google “virtual tour companies near me” in one of those 30 locations, we’ll pop up! So what are you going to use? Some 3-4 star company that isn’t legit? Or a national corporation such as Momentum that has yet to have a blemish on our spotless 5.0 Google rating? The choice is simple.

Momentum 360 is a Premiere Small Business and Real Estate marketing virtual tour company near me in Philadelphia and tri-state area. Our main service offerings are 3D Virtual Tours powered by Matterport, as well as photography and videography. We are both a Matterport Service Provider and Google Trusted Photography agency. While 3D Virtual Tours started in real estate, they are versatile and applicable across every industry.

Momentum 360 specializes in virtual tours for real estate, small businesses, restaurants, retail, healthcare, professional services, and much more. These virtual tour companies near me help our clients showcase their business online, while also allowing them to rank higher on Google with SEO, and get more followers on social media. Call for a quote

Contact us here or call us at one of our locations!

You can also check out some of our other high ranking blogs such as:

How Much Do Virtual Tours Cost?

How To Optimize Matterport Virtual Tours

How Much to Charge for Matterport Virtual Tours

Virtual Tours of Famous Places

Virtual Tours of National Parks

Momentum 360 is a full-scale virtual tour provider in Philadelphia. We also offer photography, videography, editing, drone, and digital marketing.

Our owners Mac Frederick and Sean Boyle have over 15+ years of digital marketing experience and are ready to help take your business to the next level! Our team members have also worked at Google and Facebook before, so we have the most up-to-date knowledge in the business. All to help your business rank at the top of Google and kickstart your journey to be a future lead generation machine!