With a total of $4.7M raised in 2 years, the company is aiming to win the market for outsourced transaction coordination. While its software can be used for free by agents and brokerages, the company charges for use of a designated transaction coordination
DroneBase is using drone technology to survey building sites, produce roof damage reports, inspect real estate disaster zones and a number of uses beyond marketing
The design software with millions of users is now offering its sharp, creative marketing-asset design tool to the real estate industry, and there's nothing not to like about it.
A number of big-name prop tech companies are taking on the COVID-19 downturn head-on by extending discounts, deferring payments and holding educational webinars to help the agent community
Online buyer meetings, continuing education and digital listing presentations will become more popular than ever, even after coronavirus wanes. Here are some of the more popular virtual meeting options worth checking out
An award-winning national property manager responds to reduction in face-to-face showings by rolling out Rently's patented touring technology
The nation's largest rental search and transaction platform has pushed up the launch of new online tour tools to counter the 'coronavirus market.' HUD's call to delay evictions could have long-standing impact on property market
Led in part by a Portland, Oregon-based Keller Williams agent, BrokerHive assigns tasks and pays agents to support their colleagues, helping new agents learn and top producers to keep producing