How Technology is Disrupting the Real Estate Industry

Front

Software is eating the world, and the Real Estate industry is no exception. Tech is shaping each and every aspect of Real Estate from how brokers communicate with their prospects and clients, to how data is being leveraged to optimize the tenant experience. Join us to learn the biggest tech trends that are shaping Real Estate, and how your business can leverage these tactics to stay ahead of the curve.
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A useful way to understand how the housing recovery or rebound process is unfolding across the country is to measure how far each market has recovered from its peak-to-trough decline in index


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The next wave of CRE tech

TexasRealtors

Michael Beckerman, CEO of The News Funnel and CRE/Tech, explores emerging trends in technology for commercial real estate professionals.
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Converting Distressed Real Estate Developments: Legal and Financial Considerations

strafford

This seminar will examine the benefits and risks of converting distressed real estate developments to other uses, including rentals, fractionals, hotels and mixed use developments, and will explain the legal, financial and practical considerations for developers when converting the projects. Nationwide, development projects initiated during the real estate boom now sit unfinished or vacant. To minimize their losses, many developers are converting distressed projects to a variety of different models, such as rentals, fractionals, hotels and mixed use developments.
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Float Ownership Issues in Construction Project Management

Lorman

Time is one of the critical components to completing a successful construction project. Critical Path Method (CPM) scheduling has long been a key process in managing time on a project. A byproduct of the CPM scheduling process is float, an often debated topic, particularly who has the right to use or control the float - who owns the float. The focus of this material will be on float ownership. A brief overview of CPM scheduling will be provided, including a more detailed explanation of what float is and how it is calculated. Various possibilities for the ownership of float will be presented and discussed. Actual contract provisions relating to float ownership will be presented and reviewed. The opinions of the courts from several cases involving the question of float will be provided and discussed. In conclusion, you will have a better understanding of what float is and its place in CPM scheduling.
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Avoiding Title Claims in Your Real Estate Practice

Legal Education

Despite best intentions and practices, title claims are at times unavoidable. On other occasions, title claims are the result of negligence, unfamiliarity with a subject matter, or just plain fraud. This webinar will focus on the relationships between the closing agent, insured, underwriter and retained counsel, the most common types of claims and how they may be avoided, as well as an examination of the red flags of fraud most commonly seen by title insurance underwriters.
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Spotlight

A useful way to understand how the housing recovery or rebound process is unfolding across the country is to measure how far each market has recovered from its peak-to-trough decline in index

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