Virtual staging

SnaploaderTM offers the digital addition of furniture to property images – also known as ‘virtual staging’.

While elegant interior design has proven to add to the final selling price of a home, it can be costly. A cheaper alternative provided by SnaploaderTM offers the digital addition of furniture to property images – also known as ‘virtual staging’.

Snaploader’s capabilities don’t end with virtual staging – you can also transform a 2D floor plan into an interactive 3D floor plan. The interactive app showcases all levels of an apartment before it is built, making it suitable for marketing off-the-plan projects.

The Snaploader app allows potential buyers to take a picture of a property image or the property itself and receive relevant information on the building and 3D plan.

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