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Article | February 11, 2020
The pursuit of exceptional people in today’s competitive commercial real estate market is a challenging proposition. DFW has a wealth of talent who could work at any number of prestigious real estate firms. So, what sets one global commercial firm apart from the next? How do we attract and keep the best in the industry to better serve our clients?
Article | February 17, 2020
The use of big data has permeated a wide range of sectors. In fact, professionals from every field rely on it to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of their analysis. As you would expect, big data had the same impact on the real estate industry as well. Over the past decade, big data has come to occupy a central place in real estate analysis and every savvy real estate investor relies on it to provide an accurate overview of the housing market. So what exactly are the benefits of big data for residential real estate? And how to use big data for real estate analysis?
Article | March 9, 2020
Real estate is changing. Between iBuyers, new technologies, and the instant gratification economy, the traditional real estate industry of slow-moving mechanics and inefficiencies isn’t going to survive unless something changes, and fast. We’re already seeing companies like Carvana removing the necessity for someone to go to a salesman or car dealership to purchase a vehicle. So, why couldn’t Zillow or another major player do this with real estate? But most importantly, how could these changes affect the job market for the 1.3 million real estate agents in the United States? This isn’t a common belief but it’s certainly an interesting idea. When companies within an industry or even massive empires throughout history are faced with adversity and conflict, one of their first instincts is to centralize and consolidate their power. They need to control their fate and the only way to do that is by taking charge and directing its employees and assets to overcome the competition. As we know, real estate agents operate as 1099 independent contractors. They simply “hang their license” under a brokerage. At the end of the day, it’s their own individual business.
Article | April 3, 2020
It is where the AI (Artificial Intelligence) takes over days worth of a real estate agent's hard work and computes results in a second. We are moving at an unprecedented pace in technology and everything seems to be moving faster with time - Data capture, data analysis, home comparables, broker commission splits, transaction timeline and much more. As AI (Artificial Intelligence) and IOT (Internet of things) take over most of the work of Realtors, the biggest question that lies ahead is "What is the future of Real Estate & Realtors? Would AI replace real estate agents in the near future or will there still be an inert need of knowledgable professionals when people want to buy or sell their homes?"
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