Many home buyers have adopted virtual tours as part of their new normal home buying process. In response, Robinson Sotheby’s International Realty has added quality virtual solutions as an option in addition to the traditional tours and open houses. We’d like to introduce you to one of the ways to tour some of our homes using 3D virtual technology. This technology delivers a realistic, immersive experience that allows you to navigate through the space as though you were physically there. You control where you go and how long you stay in each area of the home. Click on one of the three images below to begin your tour.
There are many virtual tours and concerts that are being promoted in this time of being #AloneTogether. Click the name of each museum for a virtual tour. You can also connect to museums worldwide using the SMARTIFY app.
MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art, New York City: This is one of the world’s greatest art museums. You can view a huge array of artwork up close.
Whitney Museum of Modern Art, New York City: The Whitney has a wonderful collection, including some iconic Edward Hopper paintings.
The Art Institute of Chicago. This is also a walking tour. Spatially, it’s very compelling. A great way to virtually see this awesome collection.
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Not quite a true walking tour, but it’s very impressive.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This virtual tour is an excellent way to familiarize yourself with this expansive museum.
The British Museum, London, United Kingdom. You will be invited to install an Arts & Culture app on the Home Page for a virtual tour of this museum.
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History offers an impressive virtual tour experience.
ZOOS + AQUARIUMS
This link provides tours of five zoos, including the Cincinnati Zoo: ZOOS
Staying connected, finding ways to help those who need it, and being grateful for what we have is how we are getting through this together. We want you to know that we are thinking of you and your loved ones during this challenging time and wanted to share a few thoughts from our team on how we’re coping with our new lives. Let us know how you’re doing and remember that we are still here for you!
I’m coping by helping my sister take care of her kids. I have a 4 month old niece and a very, very, energetic 3 year old nephew. We have been taking long walks and bike rides through the neighborhood, sometimes twice a day. If time allows I have also been picking up carry out from my favorite local restaurants. Hope you all are staying active and safe!
DIANE & PERRIN MARCH
Well, we have a new family member!! Meet Sunny, who just came home April 8th. She makes “stay at home” a little more enjoyable!
The Salstrom Family has found fun in taking hikes with our Yellow Lab, Roxie, going for walks at Ault Park, homeschooling, making the perfect margarita (that’s for mom!), zoom calls with friends and family, taking online continuing education classes, staying in touch with friends and clients, cleaning out the house, and working in the yard.
We added Sid, a retired greyhound, to our family in January before all this hit, but it’s been nice to have Sarah and Emily around “full-time” to help him acclimate. Trying to always find the positive in any situation, I like that my wife and I are finding time to walk together around the neighborhood. I like that she and my daughter find time to do the same. I like that my daughter and I can goof off and just kick a soccer ball around the back yard. We are doing our best and we are thankful for what we have.
My best friend and I have been doing remote cocktail/movie nights a couple of times a week. We FaceTime and watch the same show/movie together. Getting them started at the exact same time so we are not ahead or behind the other is key.
To learn more about our family of agents, please visit our website. If you have your own story you’d like to share, we’d love to hear it. Email Jill Nicholson in our marketing department and be sure to let us know if we have your permission to include it in a future blog post. Thank you!