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Commercial Real Estate Technology – What Is It and How Does It Benefit The Industry?

Hillary Cyril | Editor, TechAnnouncer




Property Technology is the application of computer science, information technology, and platform engineering to real estate markets. These experts are responsible for creating a highly interactive website that will make it possible for individuals and companies to buy, sell, and rent properties. Real estate agents can use Property Technology to help them perform their roles better while also increasing their revenues. As property values rise across the country, the need for more professional realtors becomes more important. By using the latest in property technology, these agents can not only enhance their skills but can also increase their revenues as well.

One of the reasons that real estate technology has become so popular is because it has increased the accessibility of the market. The internet and mobile technology have made it possible for people to access this resource easily. Property websites can be easily developed on the computers of even the youngest children, who are capable of doing so much with a computer. They are even able to update properties by adding new rooms and bathrooms. Because of this, real estate agents can reach more potential clients by taking advantage of property technology.

Another reason that makes real estate technology so popular is that it is allowing realtors to compete with one another. This is because property information can now be shared between realtors in a manner that allows each realtor to incorporate their own property models and business models into the websites. Asset management software programs can integrate all asset classes, including but not limited to foreclosures, mobile homes, vacant land, manufactured homes, and mobile homes. Real estate business models can also be customized and added to the websites. This allows brokers and sellers to create a complete picture of how each asset class will work for their business.

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When using property technology, brokers and sellers are able to control three different asset classes, which all have their own unique selling qualities. For example, a real estate agent can manage both residential and commercial real estate. If an individual was interested in purchasing a mobile home for investment purposes, then a proptech broker would be able to handle the mobile home side of the transaction. They would have complete knowledge of all available homes on the market, what they are selling for, and what the average price of the homes is. They can even tell buyers how much money they could expect to make on each home during the first few years of ownership.

On the other hand, a brokerage firm may only manage and maintain a single commercial real estate asset class. Because of this, a broker’s job becomes much easier. Using property technology, a broker will be able to find a variety of available commercial real estate properties to buy without having to sift through countless listings. In fact, many proptech companies make it their business to provide their customers with up-to-date listings of available properties so that brokers don’t have to. In addition, some proptech companies make buying commercial real estate easier by handling the paperwork and accounting involved.

Property technology has benefited the real estate industry in more ways than one. The use of this particular form of real estate technology by agents has made buying, selling, and managing commercial properties much simpler, while at the same time, saving the buyer and seller money and easing their stressful relationship. As property technology continues to improve, the real estate industry will continue to benefit as well.

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