In an effort to support all of our clients during this crisis, GTMA has launched a virtual tour service. For our first tour, take a look at our offices. Notice all the people! #SocialDistancing. Also notice that we really need more stuff on the walls. We’re working on that, or we WERE working on that until, you know.


Welcome to GTMA Virtual Tour Street View


Let your future residents experience your community virtually. GTMA will send our complete 360˚ kit. Our step-by-step instructions will easily guide you through the shoot and our system will automatically upload the tour to our servers. We’ll have your tour ready within 2 business days!

  • Full 360˚ experience – gear shipped to you

  • Embeddable + mobile optimized

  • The initial price of $650 includes 1 tour

  • Each additional tour at the same location is $100

  • Monthly Subscription starting at $10/mo per location

  • 15 anchors per tour ($10 per additional anchor)

  • See our pricing deck for the full details


These virtual tours are ideal for mobile users as they are a full-screen experience. Given the ever-increasing mobile user-base, having a fully immersive experience for mobile devices is crucial to the success of any 360˚ virtual tour.


As a part of this great package, GTMA will an entire 360˚ Virtual Tour Kit to your location. It will come with a 4K camera, a monopod, a cell phone with software installed that syncs up with the GTMA servers for real-time uploading as tours are being shot, simple step-by-step instructions, and return packaging. Read the instructions and go to it. Clients have been surprised at how quickly and efficiently they can capture the content we need to create this amazing product.


Once your tour is shot, GTMA checks the footage and gives you the thumbs up to ship back your Kit. Tours will be live within 48 hours (2 business days) of the completion of a shoot.    


Reach out below for more information on this exciting new service offered by real estate’s premier digital agency. 


We all know what an Easter Egg is, but in the software world it takes on a different meaning. The term is used in this manner to describe a hidden message or a “mistake” put there on purpose for the enjoyment of those that take notice. The term was coined around 1979 by Steve Wright, the then Director of Software Development in the Atari Consumer Division. 

Our Easter Egg starts with “Whiskey” and ends with the exploration of the CEO’s office and a bottle of 10-year-old Laphroaig. The key to a good Easter Egg moment is to make it fun and even funny, but obviously a joke so the person experiencing your tour doesn’t think you made a mistake. Get creative, have fun with it, and then be sure to point out what you’ve done to your marketing team so they can publish some fun content surrounding the Easter Egg inside your Virtual Tour. Heck, why not create a competition around your Easter Egg in order to drive more traffic to your Tour!?