Saturday, June 30, 2018

3D Rendering Help You Boost Sales

These days business world is on the hike, each and every company is working hard to get best sales and to earn more profit. Not just that, the company are making and introducing new strategies to improve their overall performance in the market. 3d rendering companies in Canada are another field where people are working on boosting the sales.

However, there are lots of things that should be taking care of boosting up the sales. Well, running an interior designing company is not an easy thing. You should know about your competitors and always stay updated to plan better. Also, these days lost of company are entering in the field of interior designing.

Thus, the competition is getting tough and the survivor power is decreasing. For attracting new clients, the company are spending on making their product more impressive. But again, it's difficult to offer something new in such circumstances where everything is so tied up.

For helping you out, here we are presenting the best lesser known secrets that will help you to boost your sales.

Boost up your sales number with the help of 3D rendering services

Well, the numbers of 3D rendering companies Canada, USA is not low, that means the customer has more options in the market.

In such case, there are some secrets that may help you in identifying what to do so you can attract people and make them choose your product over any other.

1. Improve the quality of the product

Improving your sales doesn't mean degrading your quality, there may be lots of companies in the market but if your quality in the product is different and unique the no matter what not a single company can steal your client. 3d interior rendering services are one of the powerful tools that actually help you to get more attention.

2. Work on creativity

Well in 3D rendering services, the customer will get to know about your creativity. It shows the idea of yours, and apart from this, it also lets people know your mood and atmosphere. Such things are extremely important for a client's side as they will get a better idea of you as well.

3. Upgrade your position in the market

Well, in the market if you are offering 3d interior rendering services then it will also be going to boost up your image in the market. It works as a win-win situation in both cases. You can enter into the new level of market and target better potential clients. It wills surely going to boost your sales but also the reputation of the company.

4. Invest for once but earn for a long time

For any company, it's important to invest in good things that can help them in earning more in future. Talking about 3D services, adding such thing will uplift your price in the market. Also going to increase your overall business flow.

5. Will get fast potential clients

Getting projects in such industry where the number of competitors is high is kind of difficult. But with these services, you can offer something different to your clients who will help you in getting better projects and clients.


10 Reasons to use VRay for architectural rendering

Friday, June 22, 2018


Vray Rendering
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 Why is Vray so popular among 3D artists and why is it  Vray and Architectural Rendering work so well together? The rendering powerhouse is used to create 3D models, special effects, and graphic design. V-Ray has been the most sought-after program on the market. Although the software doesn’t retail for cheap, it has remained a popular choice for designers since its launch in 2007. This begs the question: what makes it so good?

READ: 3D Rendering Help You Boost Sales 


Before we get into the skinny of the V-Ray software and its advantages, let’s go through the role of rendering machines. V-Ray rendering generates the image from a 3D model, most commonly 3ds Max.

To illustrate, imagine creating a clay sculpture. This clay sculpture acts as your 3D model. Now that you have your 3D model, you may want to share it with your coworkers right now. As you can’t bring your clay sculpture around, you take a picture with your camera. The picture of your clay sculpture is what you send to your boss or friends. The camera acts as your rendering machine.

Rendering machines and software essentially translate your model into a flat image. The latter can be printed and/or shared online—allowing you to get your ideas across. For industries that rely heavily on the software, it’s important they provide an accurate translation of their models. This is emphasized in architecture applications and design, where everything is up to scale.


3D rendering software, like V-Ray, were already used in the late 90s and the early 2000s. Their applications are still the same for today: graphic design, architectural modeling, and special effects. Chaos Group, the company behind V-Ray, was a small 3D design and animation studio headquartered in Bulgaria.

In 1997, the group had to render atmospheric effects. Unsatisfied with the render plug-ins at the time, the group decided to create their own. Atmos Blender, the company’s in-house rendering engine, was created. Little did they know that would be the backbone for V-Ray, which was released to the public five years later.

Artist support was satisfactory in V-Ray’s early years for architectural rendering. However, it wasn’t until 2008 that V-Ray gained attention in artist communities. It became a software to look out for. Without missing a beat, Chaos Group released an interactive version, V-Ray RT, and the much-anticipated V-Ray Maya. The rest, as they say, is history.
V-Ray continues to be a preferred choice within professional artist circles. It has been used to create special effects in films, simulate living conditions for architectural settings, and produce hyper-realistic images.

Top 10 reasons we prefer using V-Ray for Rendering


Thursday, June 21, 2018

B.C. government will create public registry to reveal who owns real estate

VANCOUVER—In an effort to crack down on tax avoidance, the B.C. government will create a public registry to show who owns real estate in the province.

B.C.’s finance minister says the province has gotten a reputation for being a place to invest anonymously and hide wealth.

“Right now in B.C., real estate investors can hide behind numbered companies, offshore and domestic trusts, and corporations,” said Carole James in a statement. “Ending this type of hidden ownership in real estate will help us fight tax evasion, tax fraud and money laundering.”

In May, the Canada Revenue Agency reported it had identified nearly $600 million in unpaid taxes over the past three years by taking a closer look at Vancouver and Toronto’s real estate markets.

CRA continues to warn of “compliance risks” in Vancouver and Toronto’s overheated housing markets. Several factors contribute to the increased risk, says CRA: a questionable source of funds to buy properties, property flipping, unreported GST, unreported capital gains and unreported worldwide income.

The B.C. government says the new registry will be the first of its kind in Canada. Government will have to pass new legislation to enable the registry, and the public can give feedback on the proposed new rules until August 19.


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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Canadian Real Estate Sales Have Worst May In Over 10 Years

Canadian real estate sales continued to slump, any way you cut the numbers. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show May sales, usually the peak of the year, are significantly lower than last year. In fact, it was some the worst May numbers for Canada over the past decade.

Seasonally Adjusted Versus Non-Seasonally Adjusted

If you already know the difference, skip this. For those that don’t, seasonal adjustments remove the seasonal swings from data sets. Economists generally prefer the adjustment, to help decipher month-over-month performance. For example, few real estate sales happen in winter, and more in the spring. Seasonal adjustments tend to lower the spring sales numbers, and inflate winter as “an adjustment.” The result is a nice and pretty lines on chart, using a timeline of numbers that didn’t happen.

The usefulness of seasonal adjustments are often questioned, especially in the US. I once heard a Wall Street analyst ask “how is it useful to compare two fictional numbers?” Analysts that hate seasonal adjustments, will prefer unadjusted year-over-year changes. Today we’ll be going over both, just for the sake of completeness.

Canadian Real Estate Sales Are Down Over 15% When Seasonally Adjusted

Let’s start with the industry’s seasonally adjusted numbers. CREA reported 36,373 adjusted sales across Canada, a 0.1% decline from the previous month. This represents an annual decline of -15.03% compared to the same month last year. This is the worst adjusted month since December 2012, and the worst seasonally adjusted May in over 10 years.

Canadian Real Estate Sales

The total number of monthly sales that passed through the MLS, both unadjusted and seasonally adjusted.

Canadian Real Estate Sales Are Down Over 16% When Not Adjusted

Unadjusted, we see sales made a slightly larger deline. CREA numbers show 50,640 unadjusted sales across Canada in May. The annual decline works out to 16.42%, making it the largest annual decline for a May since 2008. This is the second year we’ve seen May’s peak sales decline, potentially indicating sales are in a downtrend. When not using the industry’s seasonally adjusted numbers, it’s the worst May since 2011. Still not great, but better than not even being able to even find a May with worse sales.

Canadian Real Estate Sales Annual Change

The annual percent change of real estate sales, both unadjusted and seasonally adjusted.




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