The PropTech landscape has been growing at breakneck speed for the past two years. However, many traditional investors still have yet to adapt PropTech to their real estate investments and workflows. In this episode, we have Vishalsai at MyPropty, Kyle at Roots, and Gary at Realinflo to give you a strong overview on how to fully optimize on PropTech in your real estate investment search and property management. Whatever concerns you might have, the three are ready to address them, giving a solid case as to why you should start with PropTech anyway.
I am personally excited to be involved in this PropTech revolution. I can foresee many exciting solutions popping up over the coming years to make our lives just a little more convenient and hassle-free. Here’s to the future of real estate! Now, without further ado, let’s get the show rolling!
These guests have strong backgrounds in important investment topics:
- How to manage properties.
- How to find suitable mortgages.
- How to determine investment options.
We have merely scratched the surface of how technologies can help us invest in real estate both locally and overseas. Working in the forefront of their fields, these guys had the opportunity to integrate technologies that would give their agencies a cutting-edge advantage over the rest of the competition. In their search for the best answers to the above, they figured out the best practices and tips on utilizing PropTech to its fullest extent, and are always on the cusp with new solutions like leasing/tax solutions changing the industry from within. We hope their collected wisdom will help propel you to invest in these innovations and take your business to the next level.
▶ Why PropTech startups are growing in numbers
▶ Can PropTech take away professionals’ jobs
▶ Can PropTech replace intuition and experience
▶ About the guest:
- Vishalsai is the CEO of MyPropty, helping landlords to become experts at managing their properties and increase their return on investment.
- Kyle Yeung is the co-founders of Roots, an online property and mortgage platform built to bridge the disconnection between home buyers and Banks to enable a simple and efficient mortgage process
- Gary Walter is the co-founder of Realinflo, providing you instant, verified Asia real estate data. Data is cross-checked and vetted by industry experts to save you time and provide high-quality, granular data to complete your real estate projects.
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▶ Source & Supporting:
PropTech Property technology (or prop-tech, also called real estate technology) is the application of information technology and platform economics to real estate markets. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Property_technology
MyPropty MyPropty helps property owners become experts at managing their properties and increase their property returns using data and technology https://www.mypropty.com/
Real Estate Aggregator A content aggregator website is a site that collects data from other sources across the internet and puts the information in one place where users can access it. https://curator.io/blog/how-to-create-an-aggregator-website-and-why-you-should
Augmented Reality Augmented reality (AR) is an enhanced version of the real physical world that is achieved through the use of digital visual elements, sound, or other sensory stimuli delivered via technology. It is a growing trend among companies involved in mobile computing and business applications in particular. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/a/augmented-reality.asp
Virtual Reality Virtual reality (VR) refers to a computer-generated simulation in which a person can interact within an artificial three-dimensional environment using electronic devices, such as special goggles with a screen or gloves fitted with sensors. In this simulated artificial environment, the user is able to have a realistic-feeling experience. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/v/virtual-reality.asp#:~:text=Virtual%20reality%20(VR)%20refers%20to,or%20gloves%20fitted%20with%20sensors.
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