Tuesday, 28 February 2017 21:01

Introducing cutting edge tech to the property industry

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)

Positioning ourselves at the cutting edge, Fieldspace Property Group is transforming the way property brokers and potential tenants view our space to let.

Virtual_Reality_Technology

We believe that the local property industry has not yet made full use of today’s technological capabilities and we are injecting innovation into the way we do business by means of three solutions.

We know that one of the most difficult tasks for a broker is taking a potential client into a space and convincing them that it will meet their unique requirements. We are giving brokers the opportunity to show their clients a view of a fully refurbished space using the latest virtual reality technology. All the broker needs to do is to spark an idea in their client’s mind that will enable them to imagine the possibilities in the spaces we have to offer. We don’t just want to sell, we want to take our clients on a journey.  We demonstrated this to a stream of property brokers in Midrand today. Each broker took home their own Fieldspace Viewer to make use of at their own leisure and for future visits to our vacant buildings.

Should a broker wish to travel to one of our select spaces to let in comfort and style, we have launched our very own broker concierge service. Accompanied by our broker liaison Rebecca Fawcett, brokers with up to four clients will be collected from their office and driven to our relevant space to let in Fieldspace’s very own Mercedes Benz V-Class equipped with cold beverages and free wifi on board. The service will be booked through our leasing team This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 0790721751

For those who prefer to avoid the commute, 360 degree tours of certain Fieldspace properties are available on our website. This gives potential tenants the ability to experience a virtual tour of the premises without commuting to the actual building. This is common practice in the residential market overseas, however the South African commercial property market has not yet capitalised on this functionality until today.

“We constantly strive to improve our offering and give potential tenants everything they need to assist them in the decision-making process. We understand that it’s hard to visualise your perfect space when looking at an empty shell, and we want to assist with that process as much as possible” said Scott Field, CEO of Fieldspace Property Group.

Last modified on Tuesday, 28 February 2017 21:12

Most Popular

Supporting solar energy solutions in South Africa

May 29, 2017
Parabolic Trough Solar Thermal Electric Power Plant
As part of the government’s Renewable Energy IPP Procurement Programme (REIPPP), that…

Echo Polska Properties completes acquisition of Warsaw retail development

Jun 01, 2017
Galeria Młociny
Echo Polska Properties, the dual JSE and LuxSE listed ‘pure Polish property play’…

How junk status will affect the property market

Jun 08, 2017
Jacques van Embden
News broke last week that The Fitch ratings agency could affirm SA’s rand-denominated…

Breathing new life into the CBD

May 29, 2017
Gustav Voigts Shopping Centre
Upmarket development in Windhoek’s central business district (CBD) is on the rise and has…

Green Building Council South Afica inspires South Africans to connect with nature on World Environment Day

May 30, 2017
Hotel Verde eco pool smaller
The Green Building Council SA (GBCSA) is celebrating World Environment Day on 5 June with…