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5 Ways Property Investors Should Use Technology

5 Ways Property Investors Should Use Technology

While the effects of technology on rental property hasn't been as tumultuous as it's been around some of the other industries, it's been every bit as powerful. That is due to the unique character of the industry.

You see, in this market, the majority of the critical decisions continue to be performed by individuals -- not tech. And that is something which is unlikely to change. Fantastic thing is, the effects of technology on rentals is less about disturbance and more about empowerment.

I’ve listed 5 ways to use technology that are among the most effective ways to empower your property investment business. Here’s how you start to leverage technologies to enhance your rental business.

5 Takeaways from NAA Apartmentalize 2018

5 Takeaways from NAA Apartmentalize 2018

Artificial intelligence is paving the way for faster and more meaningful business intelligence. Every real estate operation needs to be using big data tools to understand the trends and opportunities in their specific business. As property management enterprises scale, there are operational inefficiencies that require deep data to solve. 

Property Manager Daily Update: Billionaires, Top Cities, and Scaling

Property Manager Daily Update: Billionaires, Top Cities, and Scaling

Philip Michael tells the story of meeting with Larry Silverstein, a self-made NYC billionaire and the man that took over the World Trade Center just 6 weeks before 9/11.  He recounts the awe inspiring meeting and the secrets to success that he walked away with. One stood out above them all.

Property Manager Daily Update: How Jeff Bezos Makes Decisions and Women in RE Investing

Property Manager Daily Update: How Jeff Bezos Makes Decisions and Women in RE Investing

Forbes recently published a piece that confronts the hard truth about real estate investing, "it has always been a men's club." The uprising of recent Fintech companies changes that landscape. Women have been equally engaged in RE crowdfunding platforms and these platforms have especially opened up opportunities for women of color. As we see successes from these women in the crowdfunding space, we may eventually see a shift in traditional home investing so that it is no longer the "men's club" and instead becomes the "everybody club."

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