This week’s round-up explores new artificial intelligence tools and their projected impact on real estate agents, key trends driving proptech innovation, barriers to adopting drones in the construction industry, and more.
This unique construction method boasts many advantages in comparison to traditional forms of construction. Projects can be completed more quickly and at a fraction of the cost, given fewer laborers are required and the materials used are much cheaper. Though market growth stalled during the COVID-19 pandemic, industry leaders expect 3D printing construction to experience exponential growth in the coming years.
Over the last several years, the proptech movement has become entrenched in the lexicon of the real estate industry as developers use the term as a catch-all term for using technology in the construction of new commercial buildings and begin planning for Smart Cities. The various technologies incorporate wireless sensors, broadband service and other cloud-based applications to reduce energy costs, improve transportation and enhance security.
Construction defects emerge in pandemic-era buildings, investor confidence is improving in China’s real estate market, the proptech field continues to show significant signs of growth, and more.
The popular term “PropTech” is projected to disappear as real estate digitization continues, the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on the U.S. housing market is analyzed, China’s home prices continue to fall, and more.
The future of traditional real estate skills for virtual land buys is questioned, China’s property sector might experience policy easing, U.S. commercial real estate sales set records in 2021, and more.
Commercial real estate trends are forecasted for 2022, proptech startups strategize the use of the $32 billion of venture capital raised last year, real estate sales in Manhattan break 30-year records, and more.
Proptech and digital real estate are poised for growth in 2022, millennials continue to supercharge the housing market, real estate brokers and agents can leverage gaming technology to showcase property, and more.