When it comes to drawing property floor plans, the majority are fairly traditional – similar layouts, common room shapes, and even some with the same measurements, making drawing a floor plan almost a walk in the park. In fact, even the bespoke properties don’t represent much of a challenge for clients.
But what about something that is really unusual; for example, a converted oast house with round walls, a converted industrial building, a former castle, or even a house boat?
Well, even here, our floor plan software comes into its own, enabling a true representation of the property in question to be easily created, as Russell Day, Director of Riverhomes knows all too well.
Confirmed Russell Day:
“As many of our properties are floating homes, it is an unusual concept for many people to visualise, therefore via floor plans you can normalise the living space and make it easier for people to make real sense of the space available.
Floor plans deliver a huge amount of value to our agency and clients. The way properties are marketed has changed over the years and whereas ten years ago large written descriptions would be provided outlining every single aspect of each room, now marketing data has become much more visual.
Floor plans and photos provide purchasers with a fantastic snapshot of the overall square footage, how rooms work together, and how they could make the property work for their needs. Our marketing details have very few written details, as photos and floor plans provide a visual representation of the property, making it easier to compare against others.”