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Are Virtual Tours Still Worth It in Real Estate? Evidence from 75,000 Home Sales

Virtual tours helped propel homebuying through the height of COVID-19. But now that life is back to normal, new research finds these 3D tours don’t significantly boost sale prices and may even prolong a property’s time on the market.

When factoring in the quality of photos and listing descriptions, virtual tours benefit sellers less than previous studies indicate, suggests research by Isamar Troncoso, an assistant professor of business administration at Harvard Business School. She studied more than 75,000 home sales to evaluate the impact of virtual tours.

“Maybe it doesn't help you to get a 5 percent sales price rise by using visual tools—but it might help sellers in many other ways.”

“Maybe in a time where you couldn't really go and see how it was in person, it seemed like having the virtual tours helped shorten time on market,” Troncoso says. “That appears to have been a short-term benefit. And once those restrictions are lifted, we come back to this world, where having this virtual tour doesn't really make a big difference in terms of sales outcomes.”

Still, some benefits of virtual tours persist for sellers and buyers alike, and knowing when to use these tools and when to forgo them is a key insight of the study, which Troncoso conducted with Mengxia Zhang, an assistant professor at Western University’s Ivey Business School. Technology continues to roil all sectors of the business world, with few areas watched more closely than real estate, an economic bellwether that remains white-hot despite high interest rates.

“Maybe it doesn't help you to get a 5 percent sales price rise by using visual tools—but it might help sellers in many other ways,” Troncoso says.

Virtual reality for house hunting

To parse selling behavior, the researchers used machine learning to sort data from the real estate platform Redfin for 75,178 houses sold in the greater Los Angeles area from March 2019 to March 2021. The time period gives a snapshot of how the effect might linger beyond lockdowns.

They combed listings for text and photos using computer vision and natural language processing. They examined each home’s sale price, number of days on the market, and initial price.

Then, they screened for 3D virtual tours, which combine images and interactive features to simulate the experience of walking through a home room by room. Depending on quality and expertise, creating a virtual tour can cost as little as $300 or less, or many thousands for realtors willing to hire a professional to photograph a large home.

Roughly 22 percent of houses used virtual tours. To break down those listings further, the authors looked at 20 standard house attributes in each, such as square footage, and whether the home needed repairs.

Researchers included walkability and bikeability scores, average number of offers homes in the area receive, and other neighborhood data parsed from the US Census via data curator SafeGraph . They also considered factors such as the neighborhood’s proportion of Black and Hispanic residents, a metric they think could be important since listings in these neighborhoods tend to feature fewer photos with lower aesthetic quality and more often are handled by smaller firms.

Location, location, location

Sellers who use virtual tours often provide longer descriptions and more high-quality photos, the authors discovered. After controlling for better photos and captions, researchers found virtual tours had an “insignificant” impact on final prices. That’s in contrast to a roughly 1.1 percent increase in sale prices from using virtual tours without those factors, or the 2 percent to 3 percent bump researchers found in earlier studies.

One possible reason for the tiny effect from virtual tours for most listings: pricing strategy of agents who use virtual tours. These sellers tend to start with a higher price, lowering it by the time a home is sold. That can mean listings linger on the market longer, the authors note.

“Maybe it doesn’t really get you to say, ‘Oh, now I really like that house,’ but it’s going to help you to be like, ‘Oh, I don’t like this one, so I won’t bother to go and see it.”

Location, though, provided another wrinkle. In areas served by smaller real estate firms and in less sought-after neighborhoods, virtual tools may help sellers. That’s because if a listing comes with a virtual tour, chances are the rest of the listing is higher-quality, too, Troncoso says.

“These are areas in which these technologies penetrated less,” Troncoso says. "So that's why you see a little bit more of a marginal effect when those sellers have virtual tours. Maybe they get more eyes on that listing.”

For buyers, there may be a bigger benefit that’s hard to nail down: Virtual tours can help screen out what a buyer doesn’t want, so they never make an offer. That may make a search more efficient in a tight housing market.

“Maybe it doesn’t really get you to say, ‘Oh, now I really like that house,’ but it’s going to help you to be like, ‘Oh, I don’t like this one, so I won’t bother to go and see it,’” Troncoso says.

Virtual tour tips

As virtual tour technologies improve—and become less expensive—smaller agents may be able to more efficiently oversee larger portfolios of homes and attract more possible buyers.

Future research areas may examine the use of virtual tours in long- and short-term rentals such as Airbnb. For now, the tours seem to be most used by buyers and sellers, and appear to be here to stay, Troncoso says.

So, when are virtual tours most—and least—useful? Troncoso offers this advice:

  • If you’re working on a tight schedule, prioritize high-quality photos and descriptions for your listing, rather than virtual tours.
  • When your house is in a Black and Hispanic neighborhood or one with lower average household income, consider including a virtual tour as part of your listing. That’s because virtual tours could mitigate greater uncertainty about property values in these neighborhoods, according to the paper.
  • If you’re an agent or a virtual-tour creator, temper your clients’ expectations and highlight potential benefits, like their ability to reduce showings with unlikely buyers.

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Market volatility, digital transformation, and innovation are changing the way companies compete in every industry—and increasing the demand for business leaders who are global changemakers. Whether you are looking to move up to the executive suite or are about to take on greater leadership responsibilities, the Advanced Management Program is designed to bring about a full-scale change that empowers executives to create and renew competitive advantage for their organizations.

Three highly integrated modules are presented over three months, with two full-time in-person modules totaling six weeks on campus and one virtual module. During the virtual module, participants should set aside 10-12 hours per week to complete self-paced work and eight hours for live online sessions, which include faculty-led sessions, discussion groups, and executive coaching. Details regarding the date and time of the live online sessions are still being determined and information will be released as soon as possible.

  • Please note: Pre-program work will begin about one month prior to the start of the program. Pre-work is self-paced and includes both case preparation and access to HBS Online coursework taught by V.G. Narayanan—HBS faculty and Senior Associate Dean of Executive Education and HBS Online. Participants should set aside 10-12 hours per week to complete pre-work before the start of Module 1.

Key Benefits

You will emerge from this life-altering program transformed—better able to tackle your organization's toughest strategic challenges, lead with greater confidence, inspire performance at all levels—and contribute more value as a member of your company's senior leadership team.

  • Lead a global organization by setting the right strategies in place, securing the appropriate financing, and outperforming the competition
  • Deploy a broadly informed global perspective as you evaluate markets, analyze competitive forces, and establish corporate strategy
  • Navigate the global financial system while capturing opportunities that add value to your organization
  • Identify opportunities for your company to capitalize on digital transformation and strategically implement artificial intelligence
  • Keep growing as a leader by building on powerful insights gained through introspection, assessments, professional coaching, and feedback
  • Build enduring bonds with accomplished peers who span functions, industries, and countries
  • Take advantage of resources for lifelong learning as a member of the global HBS alumni community

Who Should Attend

AMP is designed for executives focused on enterprise-level decision-making and executing on a global strategy as they take on roles with the broadest impact on organizational direction and performance. Ideal candidates include:

  • Officers or senior executives with responsibility for the success of the organization
  • C-suite-level executives at midsize organizations that have significant growth opportunities
  • Executives in roles that cover the scope of CEO, COO, CFO, executive vice president, division president, or managing director

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This program features sessions in the HBS Live Online Classroom .

Just as HBS pioneered the case study method, we also built the first live online classroom in 2014 and have been refining and optimizing our virtual program experience ever since. In a world that is now centered around virtual connection, our programs reflect the input and experience of tens of thousands of participants.

When you participate in a virtual HBS Executive Education program, you benefit from a powerful learning experience carefully designed with a virtual setting in mind. Through live synchronous program sessions you'll engage directly with our renowned faculty to learn from their latest research, gain actionable takeaways, and facilitate your growth. In addition, virtual discussion groups will connect you to a global group of peers and build your network.

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Upon completing the Advanced Management Program, you will become a lifetime member of the HBS alumni community—gaining exclusive access to our vast global alumni network and an array of resources that facilitate lifelong learning, growth, and success. Learn more .

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The application process, to apply and be considered for this program, you must submit both components below:.

  • The application, telling us about your experience, your organization, and your current responsibilities, goals, and challenges
  • A letter of reference from someone familiar with your work

Applications will be considered on a rolling, space-available basis. Both your application and letter of reference must be submitted before the admissions committee can review.

To review both the application and letter of reference, download the Application PDF . You can submit your application via our online Application Form or by returning a completed PDF. When submitting the online application form, you will be asked for the email address of the individual serving as your reference. That individual will receive an email with a link to an online letter of reference form.

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The program fee covers tuition, books, and case materials, as well as accommodations and most meals on-campus.

You will be invoiced upon admission to the program. Invoices are due within 30 days of receipt, or upon receipt if the program start date is less than 30 days from the invoice date. If you need to cancel or defer your participation, you must submit your request in writing more than 30 days before the start of the program to receive a full refund. Cancellation or deferral requests received 14 to 30 days prior to the start of the program are subject to a fee of one-half of the program fee. Requests received within 14 days are subject to full payment.

A limited amount of partial scholarship funding may be available for qualified applicants from not-for-profit organizations. Please include a request for funding in your application.

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The Advanced Management Program is a highly structured yet deeply personalized learning experience. Collaborating with world-renowned HBS faculty, a diverse group of senior executives from around the world, and a professional HBS Executive Coach, you will take a deep-dive into the complex challenges of multinational management and global leadership.

Designed to spark self-reflection, innovation, and collaboration, this advanced leadership course features new global case studies, development of a personal case addressing a leadership challenge or strategic opportunity facing you and your company, and professional one-on-one coaching. You will build the executive skills and global perspective to sustain both corporate and competitive advantage.

The carefully curated curriculum combines two full-time in-person modules with a part-time virtual module that provides the opportunity to apply new insights at work.

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  • Understand the role innovation plays as organizations evolve and leadership's role in shaping transformation and change
  • Drive the strategic alignment of organizational structures, systems, competencies, and culture for successful outcomes
  • Overcome the unique challenges of open innovation and digital transformation
  • Deliver short-term results while working toward longer-term innovation
  • Explore how leadership renewal is linked to organizational renewal

Master marketing in a digital world Master marketing in a digital world Dropdown down

  • Learn how digitization, mobile, AI, and social media forces are disrupting the consumer landscape, and how to capitalize on that disruption
  • Leverage core marketing principles to create, communicate, and deliver customer and brand value at all stages of the product life cycle
  • Continually fine-tune strategies to remain relevant and address shifting market conditions
  • Use pricing strategies to effectively capture and maximize value
  • Recognize changing customer needs and innovate new products and services to meet them

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  • Responsibly handle situations that involve competing responsibilities, serious legal issues, factual uncertainties, aggressive or hostile stakeholders, and intense time pressure
  • Understand the different stakeholders and shareholder interests involved in many CEO and C-suite managerial decisions
  • Clearly define the specific economic, legal, and ethical responsibilities you and your company have to investors, customers, employees, and society
  • Use your understanding of responsibilities to resolve "gray area" problems in practical, effective ways

Capitalize on digital transformation and AI Capitalize on digital transformation and AI Dropdown down

  • Understand how digital transformation and artificial intelligence (AI) impact operating and business models
  • Maximize new opportunities for digital value creation and capture
  • Address the common strategic, operational, and cognitive challenges of digital transformation and AI
  • Establish a framework for understanding the digitally transformed world and developing strategies and tactics for shaping your business environment
  • Understand the broader digital transformation implications impacting the labor force and society at large

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  • Develop a comprehensive framework for driving organizational performance
  • Create a winning culture, drive sustained financial results, promote personal accountability, and manage risks
  • Facilitate effective governance among top executives, boards of directors, and investors
  • Understand the interplay between boards and capital markets
  • Balance creating short-term accountability with fostering a long-term orientation

Understand the behavioral economics that lead to better decisions Understand the behavioral economics that lead to better decisions Dropdown down

  • Understand the behavioral factors that affect decision-making, ethics, and negotiations
  • Create an organizational architecture that leads to better decision-making for yourself, employees, and key stakeholders
  • Engage in a series of real-world simulations, with feedback on your own behavior, to test your analytic ability and tactical skills and to experiment with new ideas
  • Learn a negotiation framework that will help you analyze, prepare for, and execute negotiations more systematically and effectively
  • Gain techniques for mitigating your weaknesses and leveraging your strengths

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  • Increase self-awareness through introspection and feedback from peers and coaches
  • Gain clarity about your values, motivations, and leadership purpose
  • Lead and live with greater mindfulness and intentionality
  • Participate more fully in group discussions and learn how to "deeply listen" to peers
  • Empower and inspire others by communicating authentically

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  • Gain a conceptual framework and techniques for understanding and analyzing financial issues
  • Assess the financial health of your business through the three pillars of financial performance: profitability, liquidity, and financial structure
  • Understand your critical role in company valuation
  • Analyze opportunities for adding value to the organization
  • Evaluate the risks of your decisions in an uncertain and turbulent environment

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  • Dissect your firm's external environment to understand how external factors combine to shape the overarching competitive environment
  • Evaluate the patterns that distinguish highly profitable industries
  • Manage the relationship between the competitive strategy of a business unit and the corporate strategy of an enterprise
  • Think holistically about your environment, your firm, and your own role as a leader
  • Take strategic actions to position your firm for future success in an environment experiencing profound transformation

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  • Understand the trends driving globalization
  • Accurately assess regional business environments and growth trajectories
  • Analyze a country's economic performance, social and political context, institutional strengths and weaknesses, and government strategy
  • Identify and anticipate policy barriers (and incentives) to doing business and the potential impact of a country's accounting, fiscal, investment, and innovation policies
  • Make competitive decisions that consider and address country differences

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Both program formats provide the time and support you need to build trusting relationships with a group of peers outside your organization who not only can understand your challenges, but also can provide objective feedback. Each day, you will gain new insights by:

  • Collaborating with executives who span industries, countries, and cultures
  • Considering diverse perspectives during case discussions and assignments
  • Contributing to small group exercises and projects as part of a team
  • Giving and receiving confidential feedback in a safe environment

360-degree assessment 360-degree assessment Dropdown down

You will assess your personal leadership strengths and weaknesses through a 360-degree leadership and personality assessment.

HBS Executive Coaching HBS Executive Coaching Dropdown down

Our distinctive coaching method is highly integrated into the program to accelerate both individual and team growth. You and your peers will meet with your professional HBS Executive Coach to help enhance your leadership journey and team effectiveness. Your coach will also help you assess your personal leadership strengths and gaps through one-on-one sessions—one focused on your 360-degree leadership and personality assessment at the start of the program and another focused on your reentry strategy following the program. All coaching sessions are strictly confidential, giving you the freedom to share your personal goals and professional challenges.

Personal case Personal case Dropdown down

The personal case illustrates one of HBS Executive Education's fundamental goals: actionable learning. You will work on your personal case throughout the program, which will involve building a comprehensive strategy and implementation plan that will address a personal leadership challenge or strategic opportunity facing your organization. As you develop your personal case, the faculty, your living group, your HBS Executive Coach, and other AMP participants will deliver feedback that will help you fine-tune your action plan. In combination with your learnings from the program, the personal case will help create the foundation for making a significant impact on your organization and growth as a leader.

For more insight into the personal case, watch this video featuring AMP alumna Yulia Chekunaeva, who focused on her company's climate change strategy for her case.

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Members of the Advanced Management Program faculty are often available to meet with you one-on-one and provide new perspectives on your business challenges.

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You will have exclusive access to unparalleled resources that you can use to extend your learning, investigate topics of personal and professional importance, and identify new learning objectives.

  • Research Assistance – Take advantage of exclusive access to research specialists from the Baker Library/Bloomberg Center , the world's largest business archives. These experts will help you navigate the vast library collections and use your time effectively.

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The Advanced Management Program is developed and taught by a multidisciplinary team of HBS faculty who are widely recognized as skilled educators, groundbreaking researchers, and award-winning authors. Through their board memberships, consulting, and field-based research, they address the complex challenges facing business leaders across the globe.

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  2. Online Tours - Harvard Business School

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  5. Visit the HBS Executive Education Campus-Virtually

    Are you considering one of our on-campus Executive Education programs? Get a taste of the environment with our online tour, featuring the buildings that Executive Education participants spend most of the time in while on campus.

  6. Library Tours - Harvard Business School

    Request a Tour. Tours are available for the HBS and Harvard communities in different formats to meet a variety of needs. We also offer tours to other visitors on a limited basis depending on the purpose of the tour and the availability of staff guides.

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    Explore outdoor art, famous architecture, renowned cultural institutions, and more. Discover more Harvard tours. From nature walks to art galleries, these tour offerings include virtual options, in-person experiences, student and staff-led excursions, and more.

  8. The Virtual Experience - HBS Executive Education

    Hone the skills needed to outperform today's players and outdistance tomorrow's competitors, through Harvard Business School Executive Education.

  9. Advanced Management Program - HBS Executive Education

    Through live synchronous program sessions you'll engage directly with our renowned faculty to learn from their latest research, gain actionable takeaways, and facilitate your growth. In addition, virtual discussion groups will connect you to a global group of peers and build your network.

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