Buy­ers can step in­side

7 Days in Dubai - - CITYSCAPE 2016 -

Cus­tomers don’t have to be de­pen­dent on the floor plans any­more when buy­ing a new prop­erty. At Cityscape Global, de­vel­op­ers have been us­ing vir­tual re­al­ity head­sets to al­low buy­ers to step into their fu­ture homes. Dubai Prop­er­ties’ lat­est project – Belle­vue Tow­ers in Burj Khal­ifa district – is avail­able to view through vir­tual re­al­ity. You can see the apart­ment, the view from the bal­cony and vir­tual char­ac­ters wan­der­ing around the rooms. Mar­wan Al Kindi, Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor, sales at Dubai Prop­er­ties said: “We want to give our cus­tomers a real ex­pe­ri­ence. “There is still a floor plan, which is the clas­sic op­tion, but this is a cherry on the cake. “ Skai Global Hold­ings also show­cased an apart­ment project through vir­tual re­al­ity. A huge screen on the stand would show what view­ers were see­ing. Aloki Ba­tra, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor of Skai Hold­ings said: “The big­gest fear for any cus­tomer buy­ing an off-plan prop­erty is to re­ally un­der­stand what the fi­nal prod­uct will be. “We ren­dered our prod­uct in a vir­tual re­al­ity at­mos­phere, so that we can get the cus­tomers to im­merse them­selves in a liv­ing room or a bed­room. “What peo­ple in Dubai are re­ally con­cerned about is the view and if you can recre­ate the view - it gives the cus­tomer a bet­ter idea of the lo­ca­tion and the project it­self.”

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