real estate technology Tag
(Real Estate Tech) Dwellory has launched for homeowners, giving every house a public timeline just like a LinkedIn profile does for professionals.
(Editorial) Blocksy is an interesting new startup serving the Big Apple - could they finally innovate the real estate space that has struggled to modernize for decades?
(Editorial) FLIPT is a new app that has launched in beta, and it appears that the ROI tool has a lot of room for improvement.
Google Glass is about to go mainstream, and there are hidden advantages of what is more than just a novel tool.
Not even three months old yet, RoomGroove has already attracted the interest of big names in multifamily and takes a much needed creative approach to the roommate search sector, using modern technologies.
By examining the messaging put forth by two real estate technology companies, it is easy to see how they have lost focus as they've gotten bigger.
Step on to any expo floor at a real estate convention, and you'll be bombarded with talk of iPads - whose product is compatible, what the new features are, etc. With all of the focus on the
NAR now seeks the diamonds in the rough when it comes to real estate technology, using the Second Century Ventures to incubate real estate startups of tomorrow.
If you know how to open and send an email, you can master this technology. If you are jealous of the sexy marketing efforts of big brands, be jealous no more.
Still a very new real estate technology company, spun off from a major real estate brokerage, Sweepre is already making ambitious strides as promised in their first year.
There have been many notable changes in the industry in 2012, but the focus has shifted away from what is truly important, as agents are captivated by shiny iPads and slick lead gen apps.
Should brokers help pay for agents' online advertising, technologies, training, photography, or mobile devices? Let's take a look at what some large brokers already offer.