Home-seekers can watch 360-degree videos of model houses listed on the platform, without virtual reality headgear. The tours are available on Windows 10 and Macintosh 10. Lifull didn’t mention how much sellers will pay to use the feature on listings.
Lifull Co. Ltd. — which owns Homes.co.jp, aggregator Trovit, and digital classifieds group Mitula — announced its plan to launch the feature early this month (we reported on it here). The service uses Matterport 3D realty capture software developed by Matterport Inc..
Lifull’s core business Home’s has 6.7 million property listings, as of June. It has more than 27,000 clients with average revenue per agent coming in at 83,000 yen ($744 U.S.) for Q2.