Editor's Letter: The Age of Integration
The editor of our latest Firestarters publication describes the holistic nature of real estate with technology and how everything is ultimately being connected.
Book review - 'PropTech 101: Turning Chaos Into Cash Through Real Estate Innovation'
MetaProp founders Aaron Block and Zach Aarons have written an insightful book on the future of real estate. Review by Karel Beckman
“The data is now the most crucial part of the real estate business”
But it isn't enough to just possess data, as explains Richard Gerritsen, European director of California-based software company Yardi Systems
New technology promises super-fast, smooth, simple investment appraisal
With a new app, Dashflow, the Australian-based company Intellect Automation wants to revolutionise the international real estate investment market.
New fund sees opportunity in proptech startups breaking through national barriers
Round Hill Ventures (RHV), a venture capital firm incubated by Round Hill Capital (RHC), is about to launch what may become the largest European-wide proptech fund.
Digital divide among property investors revealed
A yawning digital divide exists in commercial real estate investing between firms which embrace digitalising their business and those which are adopting technology slowly, or not at all, research has found.
'Light waves' replace office WiFi in first for CEE region
Wireless communication technology which harnesses light waves instead of radio waves to connect devices, is being used for the first time in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
Exporo raises €43m in latest fundraising drive for digital investment
Hamburg-based fintech firm Exporo has raised €43 mln in a financing round to boost its development of digital real estate projects.
German-Dutch team effort takes risk out of RE projects
German developer Cube Real Estate has teamed up with Dutch software firm Reasult BV to help its project teams assess potential risks using data analysis.
Real estate crowd-investing: big investors are beginning to take notice
Crowd-investing in real estate is growing fast – and incumbent players are taking notice.