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FRESH LOOK: Psaros’s VR headsets are changing the way buyers see off-the-plan apartments.

Tech helps drive property sales

Developers and real estate agents are embracing virtual and augmented reality technology, as well as sophisticated video animations, to ensure listings stand out in what is becoming an increasingly crowded residential property market.

The latest data from the Real Estate Institute of WA show there were 14,250 properties listed on the market this week, 30 per cent up on the same time last year.

Additional properties on the market, Realmark WA managing director John Percudani said, meant sellers needed to ensure their properties stood out on online real estate sites.

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