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RWinvest tackles social distancing with VR 'Virtual Viewing' solution


A Liverpool property company, RWinvest, have been taking extra steps to promote social distancing amidst the current Covid-19 pandemic.

RWinvest tackles social distancing with VR 'Virtual Viewing' solution


"While the stock market may have taken a turn for the worse, bricks and mortar remains a strong investment choice, and we're glad to continue playing a part in the growth of the UK property market."
Julian Ramsden



Thanks to the latest computer-generated imaging and virtual reality technology, RWinvest has been able to offer investors the chance to take a virtual tour of select properties. This way, those interested in buying an investment property can view the latest opportunities from the safety and comfort of their home.

Julian Ramsden, a director at RWinvest, said:

Offering virtual tours to our clients is such an important step. Not only does this help us comply with the current social distancing laws, but it also allows us to keep our business and the UK economy running during these challenging times. Our teams of property consultants spanning across Liverpool and London have continued to see a high level of interest in our investments during the last couple of weeks, with a number of investors still keen to explore the UK market. While the stock market may have taken a turn for the worse, British bricks and mortar remains a strong investment choice, and we’re glad to continue playing a part in the growth of the UK property market.”

Some of the properties available to virtually take a tour of include Parliament Square, an upcoming development in the Baltic Triangle area. Those interested in purchasing a unit within this development are able to take a tour of the property grounds and view a choice of studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments.

If you’re interested in investing and would like to get in touch with RWinvest to discuss virtual viewings and their available investment opportunities, please head over to the RWinvest website for more information.

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