Sunday February 16, 2020

Proptech gives developers and landlords a competitive edge

Whether it’s monitoring temperature in an office building or measuring footfall in a retail unit, technology now plays a big role in real estate

9th February, 2020
There has been a noticeable shift towards proptech in the last two years. Picture: Getty

Technology has been evolving all around us at a fast pace over the last few decades. It can be perceived as a disruptor, an innovator or an opportunity. One thing, however, is consistent: it is fundamentally changing the way we go about our daily lives and business. This in turn is having a fundamental impact on real estate and the built environment.

For the real estate industry specifically, proptech is changing the way property is...

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