In this report, T3 Sixty asks industry leaders if the growing shift toward more consumer influence will contribute to the growth of an agentenabled, but consumerpowered, DoItYourself home buyingselling business model..
By the end of 2012, the US economy had lost momentum and weaker growth was expected to continue. In this report, T3 Sixty looked toward the future of the real estate market.
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.
Two decades ago, the real estate industry waited with bated breath as terms like disintermediation and new business models were thrown around, and many thought brokerage companies and agents were going to disappear entirely as a result of changing technology, the Internet, and the collapse of commissions. While its been far from the doom and gloom anticipated, the industry is changing rapidly, and recently there have been increased calls to again look at reengineering the real estate brokerage model.