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Our Predictions for 2023 Technologies and Trends

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As we head into 2023, our eyes are on the real estate sector as new technological advances emerge. In recent years, the industry has undergone some turbulence due to changes in how we buy and sell properties, all necessary to remain competitive in a rapidly changing market. There’s no doubt that technology has greatly impacted the real estate, architecture, and construction industries and the way people conduct transactions. 

As a means to assist the industry in growing and succeeding, technology will continue to be utilized. The following are our predictions for real estate technologies and trends in the coming year.

Virtual and Augmented Reality

In recent years, virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have become more prevalent in real estate and architecture, speeding up sales significantly. If anything, VR and AR will only continue to grow in popularity and use.  With hectic lifestyles and limited accessibility, these technologies make buying and selling homes easier and faster.

Data Analytics

Data analytics is already widely used for a variety of purposes, including sourcing and analyzing data, identifying prospective buyers and sellers, developing marketing campaigns, and determining sale prices. Artificial intelligence (AI) is predicted to further accelerate the trend in 2023, continuing its upward shift. With the focus on predictive analytics, decision-making could be faster than ever before. Agents, architects, sellers, and builders can use predictive analysis of data to have a better understanding of and provide better service to clients.

Anticipatory Design

Anticipatory design is widely used in the travel, automotive, and entertainment industries to anticipate consumer needs and personalize their experiences. In the real estate, architecture, and building sectors, machine learning technology predicts what buyers want out of their homes according to factors such as age, career goals, or family life. By anticipating client needs, anticipatory design simplifies processes and provides them with options before they even have the chance to express them. As a result of simplifying the sales process, this technology speeds up sales cycles and encourages clients to invest time into the design or purchase process.

Digital Journey's

In the upcoming year, digital journeys could be used to optimize client experiences and save time by reducing the amount of time needed to fill out forms and paperwork. With this technology, documents can be tracked and transferred easily. Moreover, digital journeys have the potential to simplify processes such as scheduling appointments, follow-ups, quotes, contracts, and even the signing of documents.

IoT (Internet of Things)

The internet of things, or IoT, refers to normal physical items being connected to the internet, thus creating smart devices and objects. Our lives have been impacted by a rapid increase in smart devices and new gadgets in recent years. We are seeing IoT technologies used more and more in real estate to communicate better and in architectural design and construction to make homes more appealing to buyers. The technology serves a variety of purposes, such as minimizing maintenance costs or increasing security measures.

Looking Towards the Future

It’s clear that technology will continue to play a key role in real estate and similar sectors in the coming year. In this era of digitalization, staying ahead of the curve requires staying current with advancements and adopting them as soon as possible. A promising year is ahead for real estate technology.

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Tech Tuesday: The opportunity to modernize real estate

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It?s Tech Tuesday ? our weekly dose of tech innovations that are rapidly changing the real estate industry and beyond.

Article: Modernizing Real Estate: The Property Tech Opportunity

Author: Louisa Xu

The opportunity to modernize real estate –

Tech-enabled solutions could be the answer to solve the many pain points of real estate. Currently, there are many inefficient processes in real estate, which open the door for new entrepreneurs to tackle. Are you interested in learning what some of those pain points are?

You can check out the full article, here.

As mentioned, tech innovation will continue to shape the future of the real estate industry. It’s just a matter of time before we start to see drastic changes.

Building the Unbuilt to Help with Pre-Sales

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We all know how difficult it is to sell someone on an idea or concept that simply does not exist. Put yourself in the shoes of a real estate developer that?s planning to develop a residential and commercial project that?s super modern, amenity-driven, and walkable. How do you attract potential homebuyers to buy into an 18-unit development that does not yet exist?

You have to see it to believe it ? right?

You can generate photorealistic architectural renderings to show off the amenities, outdoor urban gardens, and floor plans, but is that giving potential buyers the full experience?

The Full Experience – Interactive Sales Center Application

The technology that?s available today is expected to transform the real estate industry and, some say, it?s changing the way agents interact and engage with potential buyers. This interactive technology allows potential homebuyers to walk through model homes and condo units and hand select and sample various materials and finishes, all via the latest Apple iPad Pro. Users can freely move through each space and see exact views, captured by raw drone footage. It?s giving homebuyers a more realistic experience, which helps with pre-sales and increases the chances of that buyer signing a contract.

An added bonus of an interactive sales application is that it is portable, you can take it right to the potential homebuyer and give them an interactive walk-through over coffee or a beer. If potential buyers are in remote locations or if they are international clients, they can have the same experience all via screen sharing. The agent/buyer experience is now more personable, and you can reach a much wider audience.

Are you intrigued yet?