The industry should be fully aware of technological innovations the Digital Natives are bringing to real estate. In this report T3 Sixty highlights five key technologies that may impact the future of real estate.
In 2009, online communities, networks, and tribes had started replacing chairs and coffee cups, but people still had a strong desire to interact with others, to share their experiences and to belong.This report delves into the impact of this innovation, and the changes it could affect on the entire real estate industry.
The Internet and everything that comes with it has affected personal, public and professional landscapes. We now exist in a digital world, and for better or worse, it has changed the way we do business. Is it a question of shape up or ship out How do professionals keep up with the times and what are the pros and cons of doing so
Prior to the Internet, the protection of data was taken for granted. With the move to a digitized world, security breaches in all industries, including real estate, are a given and identity theft has become one of the fastestgrowing crimes in the world. While government agencies and corporates are coming up with measures to combat these crimes, its up to individuals to safeguard their personal information.
The battle for dominance in the mobile world is raging. Smartphones and other electronic mobile devices have legitimately become game changers and will impact industries across the globe, and with corporates all vying for a slice of a very lucrative pie, knowing which device to choose and how to use it to your advantage is paramount.
Online influence is becoming increasingly important. That influence is connected to social media engagement and interaction and those efforts can either help or hinder your perceived influence in your industry.
The Internet and the wealth of information and tools it provides has forever changed the real estate industry and how agents do business. Real estate professionals need to conduct themselves online as they do in real life with integrity and continue to offer excellent service and cultivate an impeccable online reputation.
If used correctly, twitter can be an effective business tool for savvy real estate professionals to help them engage and build relationships with their existing clients as well as reach a new audience. It can also be a great way to build your brand, communicate and stay abreast of whats happening in your industry.
By 2010 social media was changing the media landscape. Facebook and Twitter were becoming mega media brands. This report is an overview of the trends that were shaping social media at the time.
Real estate CRM systems are a popular category of real estate software that usually make use of relationship based contact information and real estate data.