Can you imagine running your real estate business without the internet or your smart phone? Those who do not plan to retire in the next three to five years better keep reading!
Canadian real estate companies have been slow to embrace property technology, or proptech, putting them at risk of losing market share or falling behind their global peers, says a new KPMG in Canada report.
Engel & Völkers recently introduced E&V Command, a custom-built mobile app designed to serve the brand’s network of real estate advisors as a portal for client services and business intelligence.
Lone Wolf Technologies recently released Lone Wolf Insights, a “first-of-its-kind solution that uses data science to translate brokerage data into plain language for strategic leaders,” the company says.
The traditional lockbox has come to a crossroads as high-tech lock systems that offer better security and transparency build a following in Canada’s real estate world.
Search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click advertising (PPC) are the two main drivers of traffic to e-commerce websites.
I’ll teach you how to correctly back up your files and get yourself running again overnight – if you should have the misfortune of a computer dying. (It’s bound to happen at some point – best to be prepared!)
“Real estate and social media go hand in hand,” says luxury real estate broker Martin Rouleau, who has a reach of more than 50,000 followers.
When looking to up your social media game, consider using Twitter to make an impact. There are 326 million people on Twitter and more than 500 million tweets are sent every day.
There are multiple platforms, each with their own intricacies. Let’s look into each platform so you can figure out how to make them work for you.