April’s Apartment Rent Defaults Weren't That Bad After All
Optima Kierland isn’t sitting on the sidelines during the pandemic. The condo developer instead has turned to an all-virtual platform to continue showing and selling units at its 7180 Optima Kierland project in Scottsdale, Arizona. The process is working. The team sold two units last week to out-of-state buyers.
“Although there is a decline in onsite visitors, we are working with prospects through our virtual sales process and have seen a higher conversion rate, meaning the prospects who we are working with online are more likely to progress to a sale,” Crel Vogel, sales Manager at 7180 Optima Kierland, tells GlobeSt.com. “In the past two weeks, we’ve had three sales all directly from the virtual communication tools. Even with the concerns of Covid-19, we are still seeing buyers purchase as they continue to identify Optima Kierland as an incredible opportunity.”
The company has already implemented virtual sales tools, making the transition to all online simple. “Optima Kierland has been an industry leader with the virtual sales process,” says Vogel. “The Sales Team began offering virtual tours to prospects over three years ago when selling the first building, 7120 Optima Kierland. With the Covid-19 pandemic, we are now elevating the current online experience to make it more comprehensive and interactive for buyers.”
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