Property Video Trend [Update Q1 2021]

This is our second quarterly update. In the first update, we talked about what we do and the videos we make. If you have missed it, go check it out at In this video, we talk about the property video trend. We share how you can try to do property video in different styles. Hope you like it!

Our Thoughts on this episode

Property video is getting more popular and I suggest focus on creating demand to experiment. Creating demand means content that people are just learning and browsing. Creating those types of videos to experiment first, before putting in a large amount of capital to do more. What do you think of this video and our take on the property video trend? Love it or hate it? Let us know in the comment section. 

Key Discussions

  • Why Property Videos Are Getting Hot
  • Pandemic Watching Habits
  • Types of Property Videos



  • 為什麼物業視頻越來越熱
  • 大流行觀看習慣
  • 物業視頻類型 


▶ About the guest:

Darren’s passion for real estate and technology can be traced back to his experience. Previously, Darren founded startups across different industries. He discovered opportunities where technology can empower society and unlock potentials. Before Denzity, Darren worked at a global real estate investment firm, which helps Asian investors to find, invest, manage, and sell overseas commercial real estate projects. During his tenure, he realized the importance of giving investors a safe place to ask, share, and discuss their questions with experts and other like-minded investors. This insight helps Darren discover his true passion for diving into the PropTech industry. 

▶ Connect with the guest

▶ Source & Supporting:

  • ClubHouse (App) Part talkback radio, part conference call, part Houseparty, Clubhouse is a social networking app based on audio-chat. Users can listen in to conversations, interviews and discussions between interesting people on various topics – it is just like tuning in to a podcast but live and with an added layer of exclusivity. 
  • Discord (App) Discord is a free app for mobile and PC that lets people chat via text, voice, or video in real time. Combining the internet-calling features of Skype with Reddit-like discussion boards, it’s broadened from gamers-only to a social networking site for communities of all types, including those with non-gaming interests like anime, TV series, music, and more. It can also be an easy-to-use group-chatting tool for friends. 
  • ESG Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria are a set of standards for a company’s operations that socially conscious investors use to screen potential investments. Environmental criteria consider how a company performs as a steward of nature. Social criteria examine how it manages relationships with employees, suppliers, customers, and the communities where it operates. Governance deals with a company’s leadership, executive pay, audits, internal controls, and shareholder rights. 
  • PropTech Property technology (or prop-tech, also called real estate technology) is the application of information technology and platform economics to real estate markets. 
  • Due diligence Due diligence is an investigation, audit, or review performed to confirm facts or details of a matter under consideration. In the financial world, due diligence requires an examination of financial records before entering into a proposed transaction with another party. 

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