Technology is pushing into areas that have long relied on paperwork and personal relationships, driven by consumers who are very comfortable with the web
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The company's indoor, connected smart bulbs have been a hit. Now it's taking things outdoors.
MIT wants its AutoSaw to give people without carpentry skills the ability to make wares that fit their house or apartment. It can even build a full shed.
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New automation-based software helps agents nurture leads and maintain interaction from contact to contract
Silicon Valley-based property management company aims to shrink vacancy periods with tech-assisted tours
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Agents can swiftly launch geo-targeted Open House Facebook ad campaigns without ever logging into the social media giant
The impact will threaten job security but potentially pave the way for cheaper housing
President of WAV Group Kevin Hawkins talks technology
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