I have been thinking lately, that almost all the real estate agents have websites and idx links where you can search the mls for yourself. The information available is picking up, but I would think that another level of interest for buyers (especially out of town, or very busy) is to see not just the info on the home, but info on the area, the neighborhood. Have you ever seen a photo of a home that looks great, then, drive up to it, and think, Wow this is terrible? Alot of times if you could see the home in context with the rest of the homes in the neighborhood, would help out alot. What I am going to be doing, is videotaping neighborhoods, driving by streets in zip codes I work, and also having video archives where you could look up parks, schools, restaurants and other places of interest.
My question is, Do people want this much info, or do they want just the shortened look of a homes info sheet on the web, and prefer to view in person? What do you think? I welcome your input