The National Association of Realtors has announced its chosen seven new technology startups for its 2017 REach tech accelerator program. The aim of the program is to provide promising real estate tech startups with guidance, mentorship and funding
To help real estate agents maintain a website that consistently produces buyer and seller leads, HomePocket, a residential real estate listing marketplace and data-driven marketing engine, today announced the launch of LeadWallet Marketing Insights.
GeoCV, a New York-based 3D capture startup, raised $1.8 million in seed investment from Runa Capital, Emery Capital, and several New York angel investors.
Progressive web app technology marries traditional downloadable apps with a mobile-friendly website design that’s able to work on every kind of device and operating system.
The ceaseless pace of innovation and the advent of new technology continues to change the way consumers do business.
Are voice activated or text-based commands better for smart homes?
There’s an app for that. In real estate, that rings increasingly true as technology continues to play a major role in the daily lives of real estate agents. That trend is expected to continue, making it even more cumbersome and time-consuming
In today’s high tech world, finding your dream home has never been easier. Between 360 degree virtual tours and online search tools, it’s possible to find your dream home without ever leaving your home.
Property management software providers, Rentec Direct, introduced a new feature to the powerful rental business tool to help managers and landlords who need instant assistance.
Equator, a leading provider of default software solutions for many of the country’s top servicers (including four of the top five largest servicers and a leading GSE), real estate agents and vendors,