“In 2020, the appraisal industry saw an immediate need to shift from traditional in-person appraisals to consistently precise and dependable digital valuation tools — a need that continues to grow and has no end in sight.” — Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic
With a new app popping up seemingly daily, how do agents know which tech companies to trust to make their lives easier while also staying true to their own brand? We spoke to some of today’s most revolutionary tech companies to find out how they’re helping agents both build and strengthen their businesses.
“From the perspective of agents, brokerages and venture capitalist firms alike, our cover story discusses which tools agents should use on a day-to-day basis, as well as how tech companies decide to leverage investments.”
The National Association of Realtors and the Massachusetts Association of Realtors are encouraging agents to take a closer look at their social media presence for Realtor Safety Month.
A social media strategist who helped create high-profile accounts for RE/MAX offers tips and examples of how to make the platform work for your business.
A new augmented reality app promises to transform the way people think about buying and selling properties, using AI to turn players into virtual real estate magnates.
In the coronavirus era, agents are looking for ways to keep themselves and clients safe. These new tech tools from CoreLogic aim to help them navigate the uncertain terrain of the new normal.
Now might be a good time for brokers to make sure their online assets are in order, according to a new report from Today.
Sometimes it makes sense to build your own tech, whereas other situations call for an off-the-shelf solution or a vendor partnership. Which styles benefit different types of businesses and offices? Also, how can tech companies adapt to better serve the needs of real estate professionals?
In the big brand vs. boutique brokerage decision, most agents assume one of the main trade-offs is going to be between a relatively impressive suite of tools and support at the major companies versus a scaled-down but more nimble approach to technology at the smaller ones. But @properties is trying to have it both ways.