Commercial real estate is a complicated field, overrun with more tools, platforms, and systems than you can count, writes Bronny Wilson of Equiem. So how do we cut through the noise with a comprehensive solution?
Lawyers need to learn product development skills to make the most of the potential for tech to change their services, according to Dominic Hordern, head of asset management in the real estate team at international law firm Mills & Reeve.
It seems obvious that buildings exist but, on paper, the nature of buildings is complex, writes Edwin Groenendaal. What if a lack of good building data is holding back the investment market from reaching its full potential?
Digital showcasing for residential real estate comes with its particularities. We are used to photos, videos, or even static 3D tours, but the future brings interactivity and a new suite of features that buyers and developers alike will benefit from, writes Bogdan Nicoara of Bright Spaces.
It’s time property embraced the opportunities to take digital opportunities seriously and moved towards full digitisation of new-build planning and development, argue Stephen O'Malley and Gareth Robertson.