The technological advances in real estate have been exceptional over the past few years. 3D rendering is a technology that has made a huge impact on the industry’s growth.

3D rendering uses 3D data to transform it into 2D photos with photorealistic effects. Real estate agents and builders are using 3D rendering technology to make images of new residential developments that look just like the photos.

Continue reading to learn why 3D exterior rendering is necessary for project management that is more efficient and profitable.

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Clear Visualization

Earlier, architects shared hand-drawn sketches with clients. They would then use their imagination to visualize the whole project. Engineers would also refer to technical drawings that were not the same as the ones created by designers. This created confusion and a significant gap between the clients, the engineer, and the architect. It was also common for architecture and design functionalities to disagree.

These problems can be solved by exterior rendering. Computer-generated project images are photo-realistic and show every detail including the elevation, texture, lighting, color, and material. 3D rendering removes the need for guesswork and guarantees that everyone involved in the project sees the same image.

Personalization and Feedback Improvement

Clients can easily understand the impact of every element on the overall appearance of the building by understanding the architecture and design concepts. Clients can provide feedback before the exterior 3D design is completed, which allows them to incorporate it into their final designs. This allows for faster project development and avoids costly mistakes.