How can real estate make the most of the PropTech revolution?
This report aims to understand the barriers to and opportunities for improving the productivity of the real estate sector through the application of property technology (PropTech) and to provide practical recommendations for industry and government.
Continue reading Lost in translation
An annual review of the real estate industry’s journey into the digital age.
There is increasing awareness of the impact of technology on the
real estate industry, but organizations are starting to realize that the
digital age is about more than just technology.
Continue reading The road to opportunity. KPMG Global PropTech Survey
Dirk Paelinck, CEO of Workero, officially launched the brand new PropTech StartUp Europe Awards 2018 for the European Commission in his closing speech at the PropTech gathering in Berlin @ Future: PropTech Berlin, Sept 13th 2018.
With over 40 C-level speakers and more than 400 high-profile participants, Future: PropTech Berlin was the perfect platform to announce this initiative.
In almost every European country, one or more PropTech networks are active that stimulate all the new startups and scaleups in the field of digital innovation and disruptive transformation in the real estate sector.
In order for the European PropTech economy to get to the next level, steps need to be taken towards a uniform market, the scaling up of cross-border collaboration and the establishment of a regulatory framework to foster innovation on a European level.
The PropTech StartUp Europe Awards of the European Commission is the first European initiative to give visibility and support to the most promising startups in innovation in real estate.
Continue reading Launch of the PropTech StartUp Europe Awards 2018
The 2018 edition of Deloitte’s predictions for the Real Estate industry, developed by Deloitte Netherlands, examines the Real Estate trends for 2018. Especially interesting is the part that puts focus on Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
For some companies, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) might still sound like a technology of the far future and others might confuse it with an R2D2-like physical machine. But due to the ongoing extension and obvious business potential, RE companies are more and more starting to apply this technology in their daily business and boost the efficiency of their workforce. Nonetheless, looking at the sector-specific processes and the administrative effort which is related to the management of properties, we find ourselves only at the beginning of this trend.
Continue reading Real Estate Predictions 2018 Building the Future
The traditional role of the estate agent is under threat. A digital revolution in the property market is improving the use, sale and hire of buildings, with significant benefits to consumers and corresponding challenges for industry insiders
Continue reading PropTech: The costs and benefits of a real estate revolution
Can an industry that has for so long operated under the comfort blanket of access to scarce resource thrive in a new world of shared access and digital connectivity?
Continue reading Emerging Trends in Real Estate®: The Global Outlook 2018
Unlike the financial sector and the simplest example of mobile banking, digital transformation in Commercial Real Estate is still in its early stages. That is largely no thanks to slow advancements of the technology itself but rather due to slow adoption from Real Estate sector.
Continue reading KPMG Global PropTech Survey: Bridging the gap
Will we soon be able to buy a house with the click of a button? A report released by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford takes an expansive look at property technology (PropTech), and its findings detail the dramatic changes facing the real estate industry. The 95-page report was written by Andrew Baum, Visiting Professor of Management Practice at Oxford Saïd and real estate industry veteran, using data from PropTech venture capital firm PiLabs and interviews from over 50 real estate professionals.
Continue reading PropTech 3.0: the future of real estate
Recent years have seen advances in technology that have had significant impacts on all areas of the economy, and have changed the way in which we work, and indeed the nature of the jobs which we do. While the property sector is sometimes seen as being slow to embrace technological change, there is no doubt that most roles are being disrupted; the tasks that people undertake are being affected. Continue reading The Impact of Emerging Technologies on the Surveying Profession