The budget 2022, tabled on February 1, is significantly focussed on urbanisation and sustainability with a 25 year vision. Here are the highlights of the budget in context of the real estate and infrastructure industry and its implications.
Technology is said to be a great growling engine of change. Data and AI are becoming all-pervasive with each second. Every information shared comprises ever-enlarging databases. In this blog we focus on one such database, Blockchain.
We live in the golden age of technology development. In the past couple of decades, we’ve gone from relying on corded phones for the bulk of our communication to tiny computers in our pockets and wrists that are capable of dozens of simultaneous communication functions. If smartphones were one of the major tech developments of the 2000s, a next big step in the 2020s, is the development of smart homes. Learn more in our latest blogpost.
Who will be disrupted by real estate automation depends largely on the specific country. Not only does each country have its own set of laws governing the industry but the socio-economic environment and technology available within which these laws nestle also differs. To learn more about where India stands in the world of real estate automation, read our latest blog post.
In the Real Estate industry, having top listings isn't the only important thing. Learning how to manage leads, sort through data and provide responses in time is the real game-changer. Successful real estate managers utilize tools in order to automate workflow processes that save them from doing mundane yet important tasks.
No industry is immune to technological advances, but real estate is one niche that has been traditionally slower to adopt new trends. Here's sharing the key trends every real estate professional and property manager needs to be aware of.