Are you looking for an exciting, flexible, and fast-paced income opportunity? You're in luck! We are seeking individuals to partner with us at Virtuance! As a Virtuance FloorPlan Scanner you can create your own schedule and work independently while partnering with an awesome Real Estate Marketing Team! 

About Virtuance

Virtuance is the nation's leading real estate photography and virtual tour company, and the creator of HDReal®, the revolutionary and automated image processing system designed exclusively for real estate. We are based out of Denver, CO, and have over 30 markets nationwide! We value teamwork, open and honest communication, efficiency, learning, and improving, being humble but also serious and silly, and excellence.

Floorplan Scanners

The Virtuance team does the heavy lifting of scheduling your day with scans, client communications, product deliveries, client billing, issue resolution and all other administrative tasks! The expectations of this opportunity are that our Floorplan Scanner Partners show up on time, scan the property per the specs (don't worry, we have a great certification program to ensure you're up to speed quickly), have great customer service onsite with the homeowner and upload the scan via the app. We take care of the rest! Virtuance even provides a dedicated team that helps resolve any issues that you might come across in the field! 

This “create-your-own-schedule” opportunity comes with free online educational tools to learn more about photography and real estate, an amazing team to provide support, competitive compensation, access to groundbreaking technology, and the opportunity to boost your photography business’s revenue without sinking more funds into marketing.

Still not convinced? See what our scanner and photographer partners are saying about partnering with Virtuance: https://vimeo.com/379310098

Requirements:

-Excitement to take on this new opportunity!

-Ready to join the best network of real estate marketing professionals out there

-Reliable and fast internet connection is vital (must be 10Mbps or higher)

-Have a driver’s license, reliable vehicle and comfortable driving long distances.

-Must be able to provide a DBA or EIN 

-Smartphone for directions and access to your schedule as well as uploading

-Have equipment that is compatible with our Floorplan Capture Method or be willing to rent this equipment

-Thrive on creating a positive customer experience for the sellers while onsite at their property

Required Equipment Specifications:

  1. iPhone 11,  iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max  (We do require one of these iPhone 11 models)
  2. Inside Maps HERO Motor compatible with your iPhone
  3. Sturdy Tripod with a Ball Head

If you do not have some or all of these required equipment items, but are willing to purchase or lease from us, keep reading! We offer a great leasing program!

Compensation:

Floorplan Scanners are compensated a percentage of the total package price ordered by the client and compensation increases with experience. More details will be provided after initial contact.

What are you waiting for?! Start increasing your income with flexible scheduling opportunities and join this fast-growing team!

**All communication (interview requests, etc.) will be sent via email so please make sure to check your spam folder in the event these emails are not showing up in your inbox. Absolutely no phone calls please.**

 

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