Surefield, a residential real estate brokerage, introduced 3D aerial home tours into its wheelhouse, enhancing its recent 3D home tour launch.     

The Seattle-based company developed its proprietary, virtual 3D home-tour system using computer-vision technology, giving buyers a realistic, remote tour of a home.

And now the 3D home tour experience is complete with Surefield’s 3D aerial home tour.

With the aerial tool, buyers can see a virtual 3D tour of a home for sale — inside and out — as well as a panoramic, immersive view of the surrounding area.

"We are thrilled to be the first to bring true 3D aerial models to residential real estate. Surefield's new user experience gives buyers the most realistic vantage point to see a home, far more so than any other mapping product available today," said David Eraker, Surefield’s CEO. “Our FAA-compliant aerial platform lets buyers virtually fly like Superman over a home for sale.”

Click the link to see the new tool in action (use drop down to get to "Aerial Layer").

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