China’s Evergrande defaults may trigger a domino effect, since it has been the largest, and we may expect to see the rest will follow. It is not good news after all, and close to Christmas and near the end of the year. It has been labeled a defaulter in the international market, we expect the
World tallest building perception change, as more and more country is realize is not really economy to construct world tallest at the time, as it will be break record by another thereafter, or just during you announce your world tallest is construction underway. The risk for terrorist attack as you can record for 9/11, and
Blockchain technology in real estate is having an impact on the way we do business, in these three key ways: 1. MLS Property Data At its core, blockchain is the ability to share databases and processes. This opens up promising opportunities to make real estate data, which is principal to the process of buying and selling
What does the Internet of Things mean in Real Estate Industry? For the real estate industry, which relies heavily on raw materials like cement, concrete, steel, Internet of Things (IoT) may not seem very relevant to start with. But a little closer view reveals that Internet of Things (IoT) is radically changing the way things
While many industries have stayed current with technology trends and established industry standards, real estate is a notable exception. Perhaps it’s the notable exception when you consider that real estate is the largest commodity in the world, with an estimated USD $217 trillion valuation. The industry is fragmented and antiquated in numerous ways, with technology being right at
Machine learning (ML) that people always confused with AI, has been portrayed in movies and other media so often that it’s gathered quite a mythology about it. From fears that it will take over the world, to curiosity about whether an AI can be sentient, it’s easy to get caught up in a fantasy land
Have a look at our shortlist of the biggest benefits of virtual reality in real estate agents. 1. Saves Time This is probably the biggest benefit – virtual reality solutions save time for both clients and realtors. Thanks to VR, there’s no need to travel from one property to another and sit in traffic jams.