What's the future of real estate tech?

The real estate industry has seen so much tech investment and adoption in recent years that real estate professionals have to work hard to keep up.

Real estate pros may have more to learn with tech

The tech revolution is fully underway in the real estate sector, and that can help agents unlock a lot of nascent potential if they know how to proceed.

Real estate agents should know about apps for themselves and clients

Apps are increasingly important for any real estate professional's business efforts, and they might want to recommend options for clients, as well.

The year ahead in real estate technology

While 2018 is already here, a lot of the work in the real estate industry is still a few months away, when the traditional buying and selling season begins.

Augmented reality becoming a bigger part of real estate

To the uninitiated, augmented reality still sounds like a science fiction concept.

Where real estate tech is evolving

More investors are pouring money into developing the behind-the-scenes tech that powers the real estate industry, and it's important for brokers and agents alike to understand where that money is going, and why.

Get a jump on next year's real estate tech, trends

The new year is almost upon us, and real estate professionals may want to take some time to examine what industry insiders think will be the "next big thing."

The do's and don'ts of real estate SEO

Every real estate professional wants to make sure potential clients can find them online, but experts caution that there are right and wrong methods for real estate professionals to connect with buyers and sellers in this way.

Can AI help agents boost lead conversion?

Artificial intelligence has many practical applications for real estate professionals, including helping them connect with prospective clients in a number of unexpected ways.

As fall arrives, agents can revisit their tech needs

Now that real estate professionals aren't necessarily required to run from one client to the next - as they almost certainly were all summer - they likely have more downtime to review other issues.