After four decades the MLS systems working reasonably smoothly, the industry has now entered a stage in which brokers and agents don’t really know what they have on their websites, or for that matter what information of theirs is on some else’s website.
Enacting strong regulation like the DoddFrank Act had far reaching implications for the cost and availability of debt for commercial real estate. In this report, T3 Sixty highlights …
For almost two decades the industry has been concerned about the immense influence of real estate portals. In this report, T3 Sixty takes a deep dive into the impact of portals on the industry.
There is wide consensus that the industry is saddled with a large number of parttime, untrained, unethical, or incompetent agents. In this report, T3 Sixty analyzes professionalism in the industry and outlines what can be done to improve the quality of labor.
One of the most significant trends affecting many businesses today is the rise of the information empowered consumer. In this report, T3 Sixty explains the impact of reviews and ratings in real estate.
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
There have been major changes to the traditional real estate business model in the past couple of decades, but in order to survive in a tough industry, brokerage companies need to keep evolving. These 10 powerhouse firms have done just that and are reaping the rewards.
Once the crucial center of a healthy, functioning real estate brokerage industry, the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) now find themselves facing controversy and a fight for survival in a world where digital is taking over and changing the property landscape and effecting all key players. Can the MLS move with the times or is it time to move on
In the rapidly growing digital age, how consumers receive information is everchanging. Real estate agents and brokers need to move away from oldfashioned ways of marketing their businesses and listings and learn to use and embrace the tools of technology.
Digital organization system, transaction management tool, content creation machine call it what you want, software programmes that help professionals, and especially mobile professionals like real estate agents, store, organize and share content are invaluable.