Data is changing the way real estate business is conducted. During this special afternoon breakout track, you’ll get the latest insights from Association and MLS leaders on how data is affecting everything from integration, to regulation, to mergers and acquisitions.
We’ll kick off the afternoon by taking a look at the data trends impacting the industry and how we can stay ahead of the curve in 2019.
The CMLS survey results are in. We will examine why MLS/Broker relationships are strong at a local event, but not nationally.
How can the industry use data as a lens to raise the bar on the overall consumer experience?
The edges of the business including mortgage, settlement and insurance have become core to broker profitability. What’s next? And how does the use of data impact broker success?
Associations across the country are using data to help their organizations in different ways. During this session, you will hear an inside perspective of what this looks like.
Compass has stated that its technology stack is a unique differentiator in the marketplace. We will explore examples of this technology and how data plays a key role in its delivery.
What exactly is a platform and why is everyone talking about them? Several major brands have announced plans to create their respective islands of data thereby minimizing reliance on external third parties. Is this a trend or an anomaly? Are broker platforms augmenting or replacing existing MLS platforms? What is the impact to industry participants? We’ll explore why this topic is the new buzzword of the industry and what the future looks like.
What emerging technologies are going to be game changers for real estate? Hear how the automotive industry has evolved and if we can expect the same for the real estate industry.
Data about all of us is being weaponized with military precision. Who really benefits from the mountain of data being assembled? This panel will take a look into current methods of collecting and using data, the unintended consequences of current practice and what we can expect going forward.
That's a wrap. What did we learn today and what does it mean for the future of the industry? Ask the speakers anything.