Communicate Virtually - Open Houses and Live Streaming with Clients

Updated: Mar 22

In keeping with the mandate guidelines and in accordance with other REBNY members, agents should not be showing properties, holding open houses, or taking out clients during this time. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t be a virtual real estate agent!


Communicating virtually has never been so easy and with the rest of the world at a standstill, now’s the time to break through the noise as the expert you are. The platforms listed below are great ways to live stream listing tours and conduct meetings with clients, agents, managers, vendors and other people essential to your business.


Facebook Live


Bring your viewers behind-the-scenes in a way that feels different than any other form of media. Live is the best way to interact with viewers in real time and your followers can receive notifications when you go live, so they know to tune in to your broadcasts at just the right time.



Instagram Live


Consider it a real-time Instagram story! Once a live video has ended, it's no longer visible in the app, unless you share a replay of it to your story. Your live video will appear at the front of your followers’ story section.



Youtube


You can now live stream from the main YouTube app on mobile. After a mobile live stream ends, an archive of the stream is created on your channel, and you have the option to edit the privacy setting (including setting it to private) or delete the archive.



Zoom


Zoom Video Communications is a remote conferencing services company that combines video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration. Sign up here and create your own meeting in a few clicks.



FaceTime


Group FaceTime makes it easy to chat with multiple people at the same time. You can start a Group FaceTime right from the FaceTime app or from a group conversation in the Messages app.

Learn how!

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