Startups are Seeing More Funding to Change the Way We Sell, Buy or Rent
Renters tend to focus their energy on knowing the characteristics of their ideal tenants, and rightly so. Want to know more about your tenant, yet, you don’t want to bombard them with questions? Yes!? Then please read on to see how this startup can help your know your tenant better.
As a prospective homebuyer aren’t you always looking for a bargain price? Won’t you be willing to give a shot to biding at an auction for bank-owned homes? Find out how a real estate tech startup is helping people find one.
Technology is making real estate break out of its decade old practices and transforming how property is searched, marketed, bought and shared (yes, co-working spaces are already being said to be the new era of working) by adapting to the latest tech developments.
Blockchain is buzzing and bets are on that it could improve real estate technology by providing the much needed transparency to push investments
Adapt to technology or be left behind! SaaS leasing platforms like Hightower, VTS, and easy access to market data with technological advancements is helping the ‘little guy’ catch up with ‘boutique brokerages.’
This founder is drawing parallels between real estate tech and rideshare companies and is set to empower real estate buyers in the negotiation process.
“The problem is that software is only as good as the data that gets entered into is so agents might also need to consider hiring people to help them with their data entry and lead management,” says Susan Daimler of StreetEasy
Sidestep the brokers’ fees! These new startups can help you cut out brokers in your apartment search. Ain’t that happy news, now?!
Here martech meets real estate tech! This startup aims to deliver lenders consistent ad campaigns across web, mobile and Facebook.
A round up on how on how the real estate tech industry faired on the funding front in the first half of 2016 and which emerged as the most well-funded real estate tech startups.