Answering this question seems to be an ongoing, revolving door of ambiguity. Once you think you are ready to exit the revolving door of the Covid-19 dilemma and move forward, the door gets jammed up with another complication. The CDC, NIH, FDA, task force, president, governor, county health officer, mayors...they all seem to want to grease the axel of the spinning door but instead drop the proverbial monkey wrench into the exit plan. BTW, arguing hasn't seemed to help change the cycle!
One thing we all have in common in the emerging post pandemic phase of life in America - caution. Most of the people I know are taking a more cautious approach to going out, touching stuff, socially interacting, and exploring. It sucks, but it's real.
I do a lot of virtual tours in the residential and commercial real estate space in the San Francisco Bay Area and have found that the more exposure potential clients have to a space before they physically explore it - the more prepared and less fearful they are when they arrive. Preparation is a big part of good decision making and ensuring your potential clients are prepared for what they are going to see in person will help mitigate the fear of actually showing up in person.
I hate fear! In fact my family has a saying, "fear never chooses here." It's on a sign one of our girls painted and put on the mantle of our fireplace where we see it everyday. I also have a habit if pointing to my heart when I say it, because for me, that is where fear does the most damage.
Virtual tours give our potential clients a chance to be cautious while refusing to allow fear to choose their next step. Help your clients get informed about your business space, apartment building, residential or commercial listing. Let your business meet the new post pandemic caution with a 3D solution that takes fear out of the equation.