House viewings by VR saving time
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Cardiff estate agent says VR house viewings saving time

Virtual reality house viewing is just one example of more Welsh businesses using the technology.

Family-run estate agents Jeffrey Ross said it has had "phenomenal" interest in its use of VR and had a big effect on business since it was introduced in March.

It said it had even had an offer made on a house from abroad based solely on a VR viewing.

The Cardiff-based company pays a licence fee per property to use it with a Californian firm.

Elliott Hooper Nash, head of sales, explained to BBC Wales business correspondent Brian Meechan how it works.

  • 08 Jun 2017
  • From the section Wales
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