Here are 14 top trending real estate apps that we believe will support your core business activities.
How should organized real estate respond when tech giants like Amazon and Facebook pour billions of dollars into creating real estate platforms? NAR Leadership wants to ensure REALTORS® stay well ahead of where technology is going. The latest Voice for Real Estate video looks at that and also NAR's Call for Action on flood insurance, the growth of virtual brokers, the latest scam to hit real estate, and how REALTORS® can be heroes to homebuyers who are looking for green home features.
ORLANDO, Fla. (November 6, 2016) – The business of real estate has become increasingly digital, and agents and consumers rely on websites to share and find real estate information, market homes and conduct property searches. In fact, according to new data from the National Association of Realtors®, 95 percent of all recent buyers used the internet at some point during the home search process.
The data in this visual presentation comes from the 2017 Real Estate in a Digital Age report. Click the image above to scroll through the presentation.
by Turner Levison, CEO, CommissionTrac
There is a steady stream of tech companies entering the commercial real estate market, bringing both innovative ideas and a hunger to disrupt this industry. Here are my thoughts on why this should be welcomed.
We’ve all heard complaints about disruption. It’s a buzzword that gets tossed around quite a bit – traditionally in a negative light. The term was coined by business school professors to describe a strategy young companies use to collapse more established,… Read More