Since 1991, Aareas Interactive has been an industry leader by combining traditional sales and marketing techniques with innovative technology solutions. Designed to help the construction industry sell their projects faster, manage them better, and increase revenues while driving down expenses, our solutions have helped customers across North America sell billions of dollars in real estate while saving hundreds of millions in construction, sales and marketing costs. Our products and services focus on enhancing a customers’ purchase experience, which can directly influence purchase satisfaction resulting in greater referral and repeat sales business. By streamlining your operations, Aareas Interactive can help transform what are traditionally cost centers within your organization into profit centers.
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TORONTO-BASED AAREAS INTERACTIVE HAS developed a new Web-based tool that allows consumers to search and select builders' homes on the Internet and reserve units and condos with a credit card. “The Web Store helps builders to better market and organize their sales process,” says Angela D'Amico, marketing coordinator for Aareas. The Web Store lets builders do targeted marketing, she says, since builders will know who is searching the site and who is serious about buying a home. Read more
Thirty-two builders and a group of major suppliers came together in late June to form a new venture, New Home Technologies, to make the dazzling array of options available, via builders' Web sites, to home buyers. Terri Connett, the manager of new business development at Whirlpool Corp., said she hopes the new, standard software format will allow suppliers to provide the information the home buyer wants, in formats on which builders and suppliers agree. Read more
Buyers record their preferences on their own Web page, making design center appointments a pleasure instead of an exercise in frustration. One of the primary driving factors is tremendous savings in model homes. A community lifestyle virtual tour, like the one Del Webb is doing for Corte Bella, will be in the six figures, Blake says, but notes that it's no more expensive than printing a high-quality, four-color brochure that can quickly become outdated.One thing builders need to understand about virtual reality is that it takes time to accurately depict their models and interior merchandising, says Marc Lamoureux, president of Alpha Vision, a Montreal-based company working on Corte Bella. Read more