Prepare to use multiple renderers. If you want speed and quality, and you will want speed and quality when deadlines come near, Enscape stands alone. If you have a lot of time on your hand, and good hardware, and want the highest rendering quality, then look into VRay. If you wish to have lively visualizations, then look into Twinmotion (currently free). Lumion's student version is trimmed down vs the full application. If you wish to have fully interactive presentations, consider learning Unity or Unreal.
I recommend Enscape to my students, which they figure out independently in no time, and teach them to use Unity for 360 video, VR and AR. When it comes to learning and job finding, that has proven useful.
However, at the core is BIM. In your case, that's Revit, which has some shortcomings and particularities when it comes to modeling and texturing. You will not only need a suitable renderer, but also satisfactory geometry, textures and lighting. Hence, if you dedicate time to prepping, take a look at these aspects of Revit, e.g. mass modeling, family creation, material creation and material settings, and lighting.