Navigating Through the Technology Landscape of the Construction Sector

Jon Witty, VP & GM, Sage Construction and Real...

Navigating Through the Technology...

Using Technology to Better Serve Customers

Carol Haddock, Director, Houston Public Works

Using Technology to Better Serve...

Cloud Storage: Evolution of Real Estate  on the Information Superhighway

Luke Behnke, VP, Bitcasa

Cloud Storage: Evolution of Real...

The Evolving Role of Content Providers in the Property Ecosystem

Mikhail Palatnik, VP, Product Management,...

The Evolving Role of Content...

Proptech Drifts Reinventing the Real-Estate Market

Enterprise Technology Review | Tuesday, September 03, 2019

By mainstreaming technology, the real estate industry continues to grapple with changes brought by proptech.   

FREMONT, CA: With changing times and a fast-moving world, an uprising in technologies and innovations are setting new norms in the real estate market. Proptech has pushed the boundaries of innovation. By amalgamating of real estate prospects with technology,  proptech will continue to shape the future of the real estate industry with dramatic changes. The following is a list of factors that lead to the modernization of real estate.

· Use of Blockchain               

One of the technologies set to have the most critical impact on real estate is blockchain technology. The decentralized properties of blockchain are enabling more efficient ways radically to make investments and structure workflows. This technology has had the most significant influence on the real estate sector by reforming the way transactions are secured. Blockchain adds liquidity to the property market and enables real estate transactions to be made uncomplicated and less organized system. This is similar to crowdfunding, which draws together individuals looking to share the ownership of a property.

· Performance Possibilities

Decreased expenses, rapid innovations, and the growing sophistication of available toolsets are benefiting authorities and new real estate startups. These trends are also giving technology administrators a keen competitive advantage, making deployment of the most advanced technology capabilities increasingly affordable and vital. 

· Geolocation

Geo-technology enables mapping accuracy. Geolocation algorithms assign powerful attributes to an area, property, or a site by discovering the data from sale values, building types, and points of interests as any of its features. This allows the real estate sector to examine the location accurately and explore properties in a more precise and targeted manner.

· Big Data

Big data technology takes demographics to the next level by analyzing the targets better and segments each company attempts. Big data helps realtors in affirming the needs, wants, and even the attention of users to better accustom to their profiles. Today companies are using big data to make better judgments and strategic business progress. By understanding the users correctly, companies can better embrace to fit their needs.

· Real Estate Modernization

Proptech is a dynamically growing industry attracting more attention of startups and investors around the world. It is revolutionizing the real estate market by offering a novel technological solution, taking firms to the new level, along with boosting revenues. With proptech comes the chance for a potentially more insightful, faster transaction process. Tools like VR and AR and drone technology give potential buyers, tenants, and investors the ability to visualize a space indeed without even stepping in.

The evolution of technology-savvy businesses striving to revolutionize existing business models is the best thing that has happened to a sector known for its inertia. The next frontier in real estate technology is as limitless as it is exciting. A whole new generation of businesses is designing innovative solutions from the ground up to address the growing demands for community affordability, and flexibility. In the process, companies are fundamentally reimagining how to operate by modernizing workplace and workflows.