OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Buying a home can be a time-consuming process but technology is making it easier.
Keller Williams, now KW Elite, has a new state of the art, hybrid, tech-powered office to assist home buyers and sellers. They say when the pandemic hit, while other businesses were scrambling to catch up to the digital world, they were in the final stages of building their new tech-friendly officers.
With the use of technology when searching for a home, it can save time, money and eliminate some of the hassles of having to set up appointments and driving from house to house.
"You don't have to physically come to our space to receive all of the benefits of working with a residential agent," said Jeff Cohn, Founder, KW Elite. "We can do a lot of the functions, if not all of the functions, of buying a property or selling a property virtually or in person."
All of the offices come equipped with virtual conference room capabilities. Along with residential and commercial real estate assistance, you can get help with mortgages, titles, insurance policies and financial planning. For those looking to build a home, their technology hub has that covered as well.
"We can help create an entire virtual walk through of a home before the house has ever been built," said Cohn. "We can take that blueprint and create all design elements...including finishes, fixtures and equipment inside this virtual render. Someone can physically walk inside in 6D...you can literally look under cabinets, look under countertops and explore the space as if you are actually, physically in it before you ever spend the money digging a hole or constructing the property."
You can also view drone footage of the outside of the house as well as the surrounding neighborhood. The video can be viewed on the cell phone as well.