5 Top Video Conferencing Software for the Real Estate Industry

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Even before the recent pandemic, more and more companies were looking at digital solutions to enhance their businesses, real estate was among them. For the client-side, video conferencing is a perfect solution for virtual tours and discussing the details of the deal. It is also now a crucial tool for networking with other colleagues in the industry.

At the same time, you don’t want to risk using video conferencing that is going to negatively impact your reputation. For this reason, we have put together a list of 5 of the Top Video Conferencing Software that can help drive your real estate business.

  1. Skype

It might sound like a cliché, but Skype is still one of the best video conferencing solutions on the market today and it has certainly added some great features to keep up with younger entries to the market. Skype meetings can be for up to 250 participants with raise your hand to make sure everyone has the chance to speak. There are also subtitles for those who don’t speak the same language (in case a potential buyer is coming from overseas), and you have the option to record your meetings.

Probably one of the best things about Skype is that Skype for Business package comes with all of your necessary Microsoft tools from 365 Office, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, which also helps when it comes to screen sharing. Prices for the business package start at just $8 per month.

  1. Zoom

Like Skype, Zoom is not specific to one industry but there is a good reason why Zoom has become so popular. The quality of both audio and video is maintained whether it’s a small conference call, large meeting, or webinar. You can create meetings for up to 1,000 people, which might explain why big names around the world use Zoom. You can even take advantage of instant messaging for businesses and password-protected meetings.

There are a few packages. Small meetings start at $14.99 and if you are looking for more than 50 attendees, prices start at $19.99. Zoom offers a free demo to give you more of an idea of its features.

  1. Vast Conference

For business video conferencing software, Vast Conference has an advantage. It is cost-effective and provides high definition audio and video. Hosts can make video calls, audio calls, and multi-caller meetings. The creators of Vast Conference have worked hard to provide a reliable service where participants can enjoy a secure connection. They are also dedicated to providing first-class customer service in case any issues do arise.

The basic package, known as Vast’s Essentials costs $11.99 per month per user. For up to 250 users, there is a professional package that costs $31.99 per month per user. These, as well as larger packages, come with a free trial.

  1. GoToMeeting

GoToMeeting has an excellent number of features, specifically its mobile app, calendar integration, and unlimited recording. Meeting transcriptions are very handy as well as the toll-free number for attendees to join meetings. Up to 250 people can join video and audio calls.

There is a range of price plans depending on your needs. A popular choice is the business plan which costs $16 a month and is billed once a year.

  1. GoRemote

GoRemote is all about simplicity, reliability, and effectiveness with tailored solutions for specific industries. Aside from some of the usual features, you would expect like unlimited video calls, integrated chat, screen sharing, and editing documents together you also have heightened security. First of all, it is hosted in Europe, so it complies with GDRP. Meetings are password protected and communication is encrypted. To maintain brand awareness, you can also customize your meeting URLs.

Prices are based on the individual needs so to get an accurate budget; it is best to contact the very friendly GoRemote Team.