Providing Re-Sale properties with the same level of branded experience that was typically reserved for
Luxury New Developments is what distinguishes our approach. The finest aesthetics is our approach to
every listing no matter size, location or price.
FloorplanGRP creates simulations of three-dimensional environments for traditional renderings. Using existing photography of a vacant property we give it a human scale by staging realistic furniture virtually.
FloorplanGRP approaches resale with the same level of care that is given to new developments. A branded experience will be created for your firm so that all marketing collateral is consistent and of the highest quality whether the home is a studio, townhouse, or resale apartment building.
Since 2007 we have created the highest quality floor plans for the resale market in New York City real estate one survey at a time. Our meticulously trained staff measure every wall in order to provide the most accurate plans. Along with a reputation for being reliable, perhaps what differs us most is that we provide consistent branding for all floor plan layouts. We treat every survey with the attention deserved and always go the extra mile to ensure that every layout is in tune with each company's brand.
Virtual Open House (VOH)
With the use of our Virtual Open House services, clients are no longer confined to photos and floor plans when experiencing a space. We provide clients with the visceral, 360-degree experience of being present in a listing through the Virtual Open House walkthrough. Additionally, a plan view and a 3D model can be utilized to show the relationship of one space to another, and from floor to floor, when multi-level units are showcased.
A key component of any well executed marketing campaign, print collateral provides a much sought-after takeaway for potential real estate clients. FloorplanGRP will design and produce a powerful print piece that elegantly showcases your resale listing’s finest qualities while offering flexible options to accommodate your needs, whether the size of your print run (or budget) is large or small.