A decade ago, the notion that we could carry around palm-sized computers equipped with email, video phone calls, and instant internet access would have sounded like the stuff of science fiction. But, lo and behold, that’s exactly what 64% of Americans now do, thanks to the intricate advancements of mobile technology.
AirSelfie is smaller than a smartphone and can fly vertically up to 66 feet, allowing users to take aerial selfies of themselves and their friends. The device connects to the most popular smartphones, including iPhone (6, 6s, 7 and 7 Plus), Huawei P9, Google Pixel and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Real estate agents are busy folks. From market research to meeting with clients and showing properties, there’s always a lot going on. So in addition to everything else they do, real estate agents must be masters of time management.
A new app called Reali that’s backed by San Francisco Bay area real estate investors Amit Haller and Ami Avrahami is the latest in a long line of technological innovations that wants to kill off the real estate pro for good.
InnerSpace’s offering is able to create accurate 3D maps of interior spaces for location finding, and in order to assess foot traffic, among other uses
Anyone’s who’s tried renting an apartment in New York will know full well just how difficult that can be. First they need to find a place, then you have to make sure you meet the landlord’s strict approval process.
Property managers might find a helping hand in the shape of CrowdComfort, whose product came about from an innovation challenge that asked: “What if people could use their smartphones to unlock inefficiencies in building and workplace management?”
Trulia has made it possible for Apple TV owners to shop for homes from the comfort of their living rooms with a new app.
Certified realtors can now enjoy instant access to highly detailed and time sensitive information directly from the lockbox on their smartphone