EyeSpy360 lands RE/MAX Europe deal

RE/MAX Europe picks EyeSpy360 to provide virtual tours to its network of 30,000 agents as Millennials and Generation X & Z drive growth in online viewings.

RE/MAX Europe, which has over 30,000 agents across 40 European countries, has signed a deal with British virtual tour platform EyeSpy360 to offer a subscription free pricing model to all agents.

The US-style agency, which also has agents in England and Wales, selected EyeSpy360 over the platform’s rivals because it offered an ‘outstanding solution’.

360 virtual tours and live remote viewings are becoming increasingly popular amongst consumers as Millennials and Generation X & Z, the largest demographic of homebuyers, force a shift in viewing habits.


Christoph Heimel, head of digital Innovation, RE/Max Europe Regional Services, says: “EyeSpy360 offers an outstanding solution, capable of pushing our network to the next level when it comes to listing quality and related customer experience.”

London-based EyeSpy360 is a virtual tour solution platform and already has customers in over 77 countries. It offers feature-rich, scalable virtual tour and photography solutions including HDR stills, drones and video.


Meanwhile EyeSpyLIVE allows EyeSpy360’s customers to host live video-based remote viewings and screen share with multiple customers, anytime, anywhere, across any device.

It will be interesting to see what’s going to happen over the next 12 months with interest rates.”

Andrew Nicholls EyeSpy360 imageAndrew Nicholls (pictured right) EyeSpy360 chief executive, told The Neg: “We’re trying to provide an affordable real estate platform. We exist on a whole host of platforms in the US but now we’re branching out to Europe.

“We are delighted and honored to be partnering with RE/MAX Europe. It is evident RE/MAX is dedicated to ensuring its agents are equipped with the latest tools to succeed and support the proliferation of excellence across its agent network.

“This partnership will augment an increase in productivity and efficiency gains whilst reducing overheads for both agents and customers at a time when the cost of living and pricing is at its most sensitive.

“For instance, it will be interesting to see what’s going to happen over the next 12 months with interest rates.”

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