Uploading Your Video Tour

What is a Video Tour?

Video tours on TurboTenant are a useful tool to help prospective tenants envision your property as their new home. It is a pre-recorded walk-through of your property highlighting the unique features and amenities that make your place special. The more comprehensive your listing page is the less of a chance you’ll waste time on showings, applications, and messages from renters that aren’t a good fit.

 

Recording your Video Tour

Your first step will be to record your video tour. A good quality mobile phone works great. We’d also suggest you take a couple of extra minutes to script out your tour so it looks cohesive.

Once you’ve recorded it you need to upload it to YouTube or Vimeo. For help on how to upload videos to Youtube or Vimeo here are some links:

Uploading a video through YouTube

Uploading a video through Vimeo

 

How do I add a video tour to my property listing page?

It’s easy to attach a YouTube or Vimeo video of your property to your listing page in TurboTenant so you can attract the right tenants. 

As soon as a video is saved to your property, renters will be able to view it on your TurboTenant listing page. You can add, change, or remove your video at any time. 

 

Adding your Video Tour to TurboTenant

Step 1 - Login to your TurboTenant account

Step 2 - Navigate to the Properties section 

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Step 3 - Click Manage Property

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Step 4 - Go to the Property Details tab, then scroll down and choose Edit or Add Link To Video Tour in the photos & video tour section section

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Step 5 - Add the Youtube or Vimeo URL and save the listing

When you have added the video, click the Save button at the top of the section. Always be sure to save the listing whenever you make any changes.

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Step 6 - Preview your Listing

 

Making your Video Tour Standout

Here are a few simple guidelines for ensuring your video pops!

  • Make sure to show the features that make your listing unique (beautiful views, big walk-in closet, extra storage, etc).
  • You’ll want renters to picture themselves living on your property. The best way to do this is to film the property with the natural flow and layout of the listing. 
  • Think about the quality and timing of your video; a grainy video or one that is too short or too long will not make a positive impression on renters. 
  • You can find more helpful tips on our blog, here

If you have questions about video guidelines, you can find more information in our Video Guideline Article. If you need further assistance, please email our support team at support@turbotenant.com.

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