VirtualTourCafe - Virtual Tours, e-Flyers and YouTube-Style Video: December 2009

Bay Area Virtual Tours - Historic Bank of Italy San Jose

Bay Area virtual tours and Property Marketing Studios is pleased to announce the recent completion of the commercial virtual tour on the historic Bank of Italy in downtown San Jose!

The historic Bank of Italy building is located in the heart of downtown San Jose and is within walking distance of San Jose State University.  The newly developed Civic Center is three blocks away and VTA Light Rail station is directly in front of the building.  Many restaurants, retail shops and financial institutions within walking distance.  Building totals 13 floors, each consisting of multiple office space.  Retail space also available on the ground floor with premium Santa Clara and First Street corner locations.

Bay Area virtual tours consists of both residential and commercial property marketing.  Property Marketing Studios (an RTV dealer) covers the entire San Francisco Bay Area including as far south as the San Jose and Silicon Valley area and then north of San Francisco Bay to the Napa Valley and east to Dublin, Pleasanton, Tracy, Brentwood and Mountain House in the East Bay.

Do you want your properties to "Sing in the Rain"?  Property Marketing Studios is your property marketing partner in real estate, producing professional photography, social networking exposure and Virtual Tours of your properties including business and commercial properties, residential and even the For-Sale-By-Owner properties. We create the "buzz" needed for your property by distributing to over 100 web sites, links and blogs.  We create professional YouTube video presentations, Craigslist ads and even email blasts to hundreds of local real estate professionals in the area!

Property Highlight- (Click on Picture for VIRTUAL TOUR)

Office Property for Sale:  Bank of Italy, San Jose, CA 95113- $2,000,000

Bank of Italy from Back

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See the Bank of Italy Office Property Commercial Listing on YouTube!

 

If you create a HUGE FOR SALE SIGN but place it in the desert, nobody will see it!  The same is true for your property listings.  Creating a single-page website or a virtual tour and then not creating the proper marketing campaign is no different!  You need visibility and positive exposure to get your property sold or more business and customers to your business location.  Do your residential or commercial virtual tours get the right exposure?  Do your Bay Area virtual tours get distributed to over 100 websites?  If not, you need Property Marketing Studios!

Visit our website for a FREE Virtual Tour!

Happy Holidays,

Tim Denbo
Property Marketing Studios
925-549-0714
Tim@PMStudios360.com
www.PMStudios360.com

Comment balloon 2 commentsTim Denbo • December 28 2009 02:47PM
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