Floor plans provide clients an idea of the flow of the structure and helps them begin to imagine themselves in the space and how they might use it. After the site inspection, sending your buyers a floor plan is also a good reminder to refresh their memory about what they have seen.
A well written listing together with a floor plan provides important information, dimensions, scale, and the ability to see if alterations are possible. Most of the properties listed does not include furnitur. A furnished floor plan will definitely do the trick to help clients imagine possible furniture layouts.
Studies show that 20% of buyers would ignore a property listing completely if it didn’t include a floor plan, so including this will definitely improve buyer interest. 93% of buyers say they are more likely to spend time looking at a property with a floor plan. And floor plans have been shown to generate 30% more interest than properties without one.