One of the problems of marketing properties in Malaysia is that the buyers have to be financially committed before they are able to view the interested properties. This sometimes creates dissatisfaction among the buyers who wish to see the real properties before making any financial commitment. Consequently, many potential buyers face the problems of effectively searching for properties that comply with their specification. Building visualization based on the conventional technique such as blueprint, architectural drawing, cardboard model and predefined walkthrough animation have been used by architects, designers and building developers to explain their ideas to their clients. They are well known to be proficient in three-dimensional visualization from two-dimensional maps. However, their clients generally are not. The implication of incomplete and improper visual presentation is that it will cause poor communication between the architects, designers, developers and their clients which will normally ends up with clients' lost. This research suggest a technique for virtual building visualization and inspection and investigates how this technique helps in producing a complete, proper and effective visual building presentation. It involves the utilization of tools that are common amongst architects, engineers and designers i.e Auto CAD and 3DS Max, and Quest 3D for the creation of the prototype.