Headquartered in Princeville, Hawaii, on the island of Kauai, Hawaii Life Real Estate Services has six offices and about 125 agents. The brokerage’s website offers a powerful and popular map-based real estate search and the company has grown its market share across the island chain.
In the third installment of a "Case Studies on Real Estate Tech Spending," Hawaii Life shares information and insight on its tech strategy, including what percentage of the company’s annual expenses are devoted to technology, what technology expenditures have generated the greatest return on investment, and what technology services it handles in-house.
For this series, Inman News asked four real estate companies of various sizes to share information about their technology operations and spending, and to identify top tech priorities for this year and the year ahead.
Note: The report is available only to Inman News Premium and Premium Plus members.
The first part of this report, "Case Studies in Tech Spending," features information shared by Shelton, Conn.-based William Raveis Real Estate, including the company’s tech-spending priorities, trends and projections.
Part two covers Rodeo Realty Inc., a Beverly Hills-based real estate brokerage with 11 offices in Los Angeles and Ventura counties that it is increasing its share of spending on technology as the company grows its footprint in Southern California.
The final installment of the report will focus on Exp Realty.