The technology behind 3D rendering has changed a great deal since the original 3D designs which we were first able to see over 20 years ago when the tech was released. We also now see more widespread use of this technology, which offers a fully interactive and 3D imaging of design. For any real estate project this should form a vital cog in the design process and with businesses such as Supercheap 3D offering these services at lower costs than ever before, there is no reason not to invest in 3D rendering for your next real estate project.
Real Life Imaging
For so many people it can be hard to actually see what the architect has designed, in a real life setting. What 3D rendering does is removes the need for you to use your imagination because you will be taken on a virtual tour through the property which will give you a clear depiction of what life will be like inside the property. Clients looking to buy properties which are yet to be built can picture themselves in the property which evokes emotions in them which increases their probability of buying.
Customers are always happier when they get what they thought they had paid for, especially when it comes to a large scale investment such as a property. There will be no room for confusion thanks to the 3D design and this increases overall customer satisfaction. If your customers are unhappy about anything relating to the build, it most certainly won’t be that they didn’t get what they thought they had paid for.
Whether your next real estate project is residential or commercial, clients are always looking for tweak and changes which ensure that the property will fit in with their needs. Using 3D technology they can easily identify changes that they would like, and the alterations can be made almost instantly. This offers clients the chance of a trial and error stage of the design process which ultimately helps them to nail down the exact design that they are after.
With this 3D rendering technology the design process is made far more convenient than it is with 2D drawings. Let’s say your client is looking for some changes to be made and then they are away for business, simply send the file across via email and they can take a look and let you know how they feel. Equally it makes little sense to take a couple of hours away from the office only to offer a 10 minute presentation, and again this can be sent digitally for speed and efficiency.
And the final point to make with regards to 3D rendering is that it is a cost saver. Not only will you save money thanks to the additional convenience which it offers, but you will save a huge amount on construction costs. Given that customers know exactly what they are getting there will be no costly 11th hour changes, but a smooth construction process based on the model that the client has signed off on.