As the commercial real estate (CRE) industry undergoes an unprecedented transformation, real estate companies throughout the entire value chain are approaching a crossroads.
Property Week’s third annual Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths, reveals that real estate businesses large and small are rapidly evolving and adapting to new technology.
Thirty years ago, London’s Docklands underwent one of the biggest urban regeneration projects of all time – what used to be docks for trade became Europe’s most influential financial district – revitalising the city and altering the path of the UK’s economy.
Embracing modern investment marketing methods and technological change has not been easy for the real estate industry.
Graham Lanktree weighs up which new technologies will have the biggest impact on property
The shopping centre owner is among the landlords using the Grid Energy system to cut power use and bills.
There’s been a lot of talk about how proptech can address the ‘pain points’ property professionals face on a daily basis. The battle to work smarter and be freed up to deliver value-added activity is one of the key reasons-to-be of proptech solutions.
Two years ago this month, the renowned real estate academic Andrew Baum, in a report for Oxford University’s Said Business School on proptech, pointed to a clash of generations and cultures between the real estate industry and the tech pioneers.