90 per cent of traditional real estate organisations see proptech as an opportunity, but the property sector remains notoriously behind the curve technologically.
The Future of Proptech special report, published in The Times, explores why digital disruption has progressed so slowly in the sector and whether having a chief technology officer in property companies will bring about the necessary mindset shift. It examines what proptech can achieve beyond mere digital transformation, from customer loyalty to corporate purpose, and how it can put sustainability at the top of the real estate agenda. Also featured is opinion on whether proptech is creating job losses or opportunities and an infographic charting the meteoric rise of investment in the space.
Featured articles in this 14-page report include:
Proptech is the future, not a fad
It sounds like the latest tech trend to hit headlines and attract investment, but proptech is about more than digital transformation. Technology can help put purpose, culture shift and customer experience at the heart of the property sector.
Helping buyers on to the first rung
Hurdles have never been greater for first-time buyers wishing to climb the housing ladder, so what can proptech do to help?
Giving owners the keys to sustainability
New proptech can help property managers and tenants alike understand the sustainability of their buildings, but should the burden for eco-friendly homes really be passed to consumers?
The growing importance of proptech
90 percent of traditional real estate organisations see proptech as an opportunity, as rising levels of investment show. Even as the number of new proptech startups fall, investment levels continue to climb. So what innovations are decision-makers most excited about?
Charting the rise of the property CTO
The property sector has long been behind the curve with technology. Now a new wave of chief technology officers have been tasked with getting it up to speed, but this will only work if they have a seat at the top table.
Is the proptech bubble set to burst?
Investing in proptech is an exciting opportunity, but problems facing companies such as WeWork are causing concern. So what does proptech have to offer?
How tech disruption is streamlining the property sector
From poorly measured floor plans to overdue payments, innovative technology solutions are making property processes simpler than ever. This article looks at three examples.