Design Vault lets agents create marketing campaigns for print, the internet or social media platforms in minutes
SkySlope CEO Tyler Smith takes on 5 very different questions in another episode of the Inman AMA
5 things to consider when thinking about your back office technology
Don’t wait for January to plan your 2021. Take these action items right now.
Light strips can add a lot to a home, especially when they can be controlled via an app on your phone. Here are the various options available on the market today and a few of their notable features
Using technology in conjunction with your existing marketing efforts is sure to make lead generation, qualification and management much easier. Here's how you can harness the power of tech to your advantage
How data and technology-driven advancements benefit everyone in the real estate transaction
Amazon Echo products are nifty, convenient gadgets, and they can leave a lasting impact on clients when presented as closing gifts. But with a sea of options out there, which one should you go for?
Although the bulk of the real estate transaction used to occur offline, this year, things have changed. Innovation is now a priority, and consumers are widely adopting digital solutions — but are the efforts enough?
In today's world, real estate agents should have their fingers on the pulse of trends that help sell homes. One trend worth noting? Smart home tech, which can add tremendous value to a property — especially now
Last week, we asked readers what their new tried-and-true piece of tech has become, given this year's global heath crisis that forced us to stay and work indoors. Your answers included everything from Spotify to Zoom
Consumers who choose to buy and sell with the real estate technology company can now get financing as well, all on one platform
This week, we're asking our readers to talk about the invaluable digital tools that have made work and life easier throughout the pandemic
The arrival of construction startup Juno highlights the ways that Silicon Valley and its deep-pocketed investors are increasingly looking to real estate for the next big idea