After decades of underinvestment, we are now in a golden era for technology in real estate.
By miscommunicating its scale and availability, proptech is doing the property industry a disservice. The root of this problem is found in its approach to data.
Before the summer break, Property Week assembled a panel of property experts at Freeths’ head office in London to discuss the findings of the third annual Power of Proptech survey.
Following the success of our first hackathon in 2017, we’re pleased to be supporting the 2019 #RESIHackathon, which will focus on providing state-of-the-art tech solutions to the elderly through innovation in residential design – a need that is often overlooked in the later-life industry.
Renting apps such as flatfair and online mortgage broker Trussle underscore tech’s potential to revolutionise the residential sector
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.