Oakville realtor Sue Heddle has been using high quality 3D virtual tours as part of our listings for the last six years.


Not only does this increase the marketability of any listing, it also supports buying and selling properties for out of town clients, and makes it much easier for prospective buyers to really get a feel for any property they’re interested in, from the comfort of their own home.


At Sue Heddle Homes, we’ve always considered 3D Virtual tours a top level service that was important to provide to our clients, but in the current climate, we’d argue it’s now critical. COVID-19 has changed the way real estate transactions are being conducted and your property’s online presence is now more significant than ever before.


Don’t Be Fooled - Not All Virtual Tours Are Equal


Just like not all listing photos are equal or how poor home staging will not get you the same results as professional home staging, a low quality virtual tour just can’t compare...

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With years of experience helping people buy and sell suburban homes, Oakville realtor Sue Heddle also has knowledge and expertise when it comes to purchasing or selling a rural home or property. For many people, the thought of living away from a city with more space to enjoy can be quite appealing. However, if you’re thinking of buying a home in a rural area, there are plenty of things you need to consider first.


Rural real estate transactions include many factors you may not typically think about. Things like quality of roads or access to your property, productivity of the soil, utility access such as water and electricity as well as more modern considerations such as the reliability of high speed internet.


8 Questions To Ask When You’re Considering A Rural Real Estate Purchase


Regardless of where you are looking to buy, location matters. In rural purchases, you may not be looking for a walkability factor, but proximity to the nearest town, where dwellings are located on the...

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