Tom Durrant

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    Dr Photo creator John Durrant to retire after 53 years in property

    Durrant's time within the industry included a substantial stint as an estate agent before setting up his photography company.

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    Virtual property viewing

    As Covid restrictions hit, the proptech community stepped forward with a range of ways to view a property remotely. Richard Reed talks to the suppliers who have sparked a revolution in how we conduct viewings.

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    DCTR in the house

    DCTR (previously known as Doctor Photo) is launching DCVR – a new virtual reality service, that will be a step-change in the way new-build properties are marketed online. Following recent investment and team expansion, DCTR believe their new CGI service will radically change the way both new build properties and estate agent brands are presented online. Unlike traditional VR tours that rely on a physical property to be scanned and recreated as 360-degree hotspots, DCVR enables users to walk freely through a CGI model created from plans. Users can change materials, play music, watch videos, open Matterport tours and more, all within their virtual tour. As well as property walkthroughs, Tom Durrant, Director, believes their other DCVR products will open up the way agents do business, build relationships and tell stories about their brand online. “Whilst our DCVR walkthrough is a great solution to selling a house that’s not been built, we can also create a Virtual Show Home and a Virtual Estate Agent Office too. So if you want your virtual marketing suite to be in a boat for your coastal development, or your office to be a castle, it’s all possible! With DCVR the only limit is your…

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    Pics and plans – the art of selling property

    The two most important tools you have to present a property on your website are still photos and floorplans. Make sure they’re perfect, says Lisa Isaacs.

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