Ask Brian Real Estate: Will Technology Replace Real Estate Agents?

Ask Brian is a weekly column by Real Estate Expert Brian Kline. If you have questions on real estate investing, DIY, home buying/selling, or other housing inquiries please email your questions to [email protected] Q1. Ron Echols from Nashville, TN asks. Brian, are real estate agents becoming obsolete and are they being eliminated because of technology?

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Amazon mulls cheaper home insurance premiums based on its AI tech

It’s being reported that Amazon is getting into the home insurance game. The company will use its smart home devices and artificial intelligence technologies to monitor the risk of threats such as burglary and fire,

Have Chinese clients? Then this Mandarin-speaking robot could be just what you need

One of China’s largest international real estate websites, Juwai.com, is teaming up with a technology firm to offer new Mandarin-speaking robots for real estate agents to use with their Chinese clients.

The robot revolution is coming to real estate

Nowadays, we’ve already seen innovations such as robot real estate agents, robotic architects and also “bots”

Zenplace is using ROBOTS to give guided property tours

Real estate agents could soon find themselves being displace by robots, at least when it comes to giving tours of properties, after a startup announced plans to build machines that can take prospective renters on a guided tour of homes they’re interested in without the need for a human to be present. The robot realtors

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Real estate agents have nothing to fear from AI

Automation could well have a major impact on real estate, but human agents needn’t worry about losing their jobs just yet.

Including Home Automation Systems With New Homes

As new home designs have become bigger and more elaborate in recent years, so too have the expectations of homeowners regarding what goes into these houses. It seems as though the idea of the “smart home” has been around for decades, with people envisioning robotic servants and appliances that respond to homeowner demands included as

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