HOMEGROWN developer Damosa Land launches its newest innovation in doing real estate -- Damosa Land 360.

Damosa Land 360, a new feature in the company's website (www.damosaland.com) that allows anyone, especially prospective investors to explore one of Mindanao's premiere property developer's projects in different perspectives and frames online.

Damosa Land head Ricardo Floirendo Lagdameo said this innovation is in response to today's realities wherein the virtual space is considered a new stage for doing business.

"We have always been an advocate for innovation and excellence. So we want to translate that into how we engage with our clients. We want them to experience a whole new level of doing real estate anywhere they may be in the world," he said.

Damosa Land 360 banners the company's very first Virtual Reality (VR) tours. This interactive feature enables the user to see a full 360° view of each of the projects right in their own gadgets. Users can navigate through the streets and buildings of properties as well as the interiors of houses or warehouses to be able to fully appreciate each project.

Project updates will also be a mainstay in the page as Damosa Land provides still images to reflect progress of each of its properties in varying levels of development. These images include renders and artist's perspectives as well as actual construction updates.

Another feature is the Guided Tour, which presents a different frame to the users where it showcases what Damosa Land properties offer. Hosted by its in-house project officers, Damosa Land gives a sneak peek to its residential communities, office space, mixed-use and even industrial developments.

A host of lifestyle videos that showcase Damosa Land in various angles are also available for the audience. The selection ranges from CNN Philippines' The Final Pitch Season 5, which features Damosa Land and Lagdameo as one of the panel of investors, to a collaboration with Davao's homegrown chef Patrick Co, which shows how to prepare a healthy dish with ingredients picked fresh from Agriya's urban garden. And with local festivities such as Kadayawan coming up, the audience needs to watch out for online activities that resemble the vibrant events which Damosa Land is known for.

"We want to make it exciting for our potential buyers and investors to explore our projects even before we formally engage in business with them. We will break through barriers so we can connect with them anytime," Lagdameo added.

On top of its social media assets, Damosa Land's website will also serve as a channel for interested property seekers to explore opportunities on how to invest in the company through its dedicated chat support. (With PR)