Since so many industries collide with the built environment, monitoring the startup landscape can be daunting. To move up the learning curve the fastest, we believe firms new to the space should partner with those that already have the knowledge and networks in PropTech.Read More
WeWork is an example of a company that’s spent a ton of money on technology and acquisitions yet is still challenged daily on whether it’s actually a tech company.Read More
Under Pressure: Are Real Estate Commissions at Risk? What Does the Future of Residential Real Estate Look Like?
The traditional real estate operating model is also undergoing some evolution.Read More
“Space-as-a-service” is a term that generally refers to an asset-light business model that allows a consumer or business to rent space that suits their needs rather than going through a more traditional capital and time-consuming buy, build, and own process.Read More
By now, most multifamily owners have been pitched, or seen, just about every connected device that can go inside and outside apartments and buildings. There’s a long list of hardware and software to choose from, all with varying price points, promises, and integrations. The question…Read More
I’ve sat in on a lot of meetings between industry players and startups targeting the residential real estate space. Something that surprises me is the frequency with which I hear the same pieces of feedback and “things you should understand” from industry professionals.Read More
t seems like there are a few camps of thinking when it comes to how technology is going to impact the residential real estate agent. One end of the spectrum is the camp believes that real estate agents will always be around and the things agents do aren’t going to change much.Read More