Learn about the latest moves by brokerage companies, listing aggregators, CRMs, proptech firms and others looking to shake up the world of real estate technology.
It’s not a crystal ball, but a new algorithm will predict how quickly a home will sell at different prices.
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.
There’s an abundance of real estate tech news this week with brokerages and tech companies announcing new apps and tools.
As iBuyer programs begin their comeback to the real estate market, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and Real Living ink a partnership with zavvie. In other real estate tech news, MoxiWorks clients can now enhance their websites with help from 1000watt.
Charles Rutenberg Realty entered into a partnership with Bank Shot to improve payments in the real estate industry, and autonomous vehicles may soon offer a solution for vulnerable populations dealing with pandemics.
The Chicago-based firm announced it’s starting its next chapter with an equity investment in the South Atlantic region of the U.S.
Next-gen search technology and a new CRM are among the upgrades announced by DreamTown, and the world gets smaller for Century 21.
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 program offers sellers drone footage, international advertising, high-end yard signs and more.
The First app will soon be exclusive to RE/MAX agents, two local agents launch a referral app and KW adds tools to its Keller Cloud.