The coronavirus pandemic is changing how people think about housing, technology and location, three elements that are critical to the real estate industry. Find out what four experts see on the horizon.
As an industry that relies heavily on interpersonal connections, real estate is now having to shift marketing and outreach strategies to online platforms. Here’s how your game plan needs to change.
Real estate portals and iBuyers are changing the way they operate in the short term to cope with the chaos created by the coronavirus pandemic. But the entire lead generation system might be in for an overhaul, according to real estate analyst Mike DelPrete.
While client outreach is much easier in “set it and forget it mode,” it’s important to check in on your systems to make sure they’re functioning properly. Here’s how.
With technology changing the landscape of both luxury sales and social media, Moxiworks and realtor.com have released new programs that seek to keep agents in the know.
The First app will soon be exclusive to RE/MAX agents and KW is adding tools to its Keller Cloud.
The tech giant shares exclusive data with Agent Publishing on how paid ads can provide a back door to your listings.
Here’s the scenario: It’s closing time, and the funds to close the deal are about to be wired, but the transaction never makes it to its intended destination. Instead, it’s directed to the account of a hacker
Moxiworks on the grow and Zurple launches new platform.
In the latest roundup of real estate technology news, two new iBuyer programs come to Houston