Property management is often the Neanderthal of real estate technology, still depending largely on manual processes and incredibly expensive human capital. It’s a highly fragmented industry, often using the same approach for rentals that it did 40 years ago.
- Helping consumers rent apartments is an antiquated process and has fallen off the radar for most agents and brokers.
- Yet today’s “renter generation” aspires to become tomorrow’s homeowners, and that provides a huge future business opportunity for agents and brokers.
- Technology can help agents and brokers disrupt the property management business and get them back in the game.
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