I’ve consulted with numerous proptech companies at different stages of their growth over the years. If not properly addressed, these issues could stop a company dead in its tracks.
In 2019, Royal LePage set its sights on solving the industry’s most significant business challenge.
OJO Home Canada has introduced school ranking data on its real estate listings, using data provided by the Fraser Institute.
Wondering how many hashtags to use on Instagram? I did my own research to figure out what hashtags for Realtors worked best and how many hashtags to use for real estate.
Virtual tours give buyers the chance to fall in love with a home after you have already captured their interest with the traditional listing description and photos. That makes them an essential tool for converting a prospect from a browser to an inquiry.
I recently spoke to Realtor Kristi Mercier, the chair of CREA’s technology committee, and Patrick Pichette, vice-president of Realtor.ca to talk about technology trends shaping the real estate industry in Canada.
Remine, a full MLS solution, has been acquired by MLS Technology Holdings, LLC, an MLS-driven collaborative. Mark Schacknies has resigned from his role as CEO of Remine and Liz Sturrock has been named interim CEO.
Lone Wolf Technologies has acquired Propertybase, a global provider of real estate websites, CRM and lead generation software. It is Lone Wolf’s fifth acquisition this year.
Apple has announced that it will be rolling out privacy changes to its mail app that will be taking place between now and November, with iOS 15. How does this impact your email marketing?
With a wave of tech investment coming to real estate, all proptech leaders need to ask themselves one question: “Is my company’s technology useful in boosting the existing homebuying processes, or is it aimed at replacing the real estate salesperson?”