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Top 10 Trends in PropTech that Will Drive Real estate Sector in the Coming Years

February 28, 2022

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2022 is all set to witness an exponential rise in investments in property technology or the PropTech sector. The implementation of PropTech like – Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation, and Machine Learning will provide real-time information to global investors and allow them to cut through the complexities involved in making informed decisions.

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Lambert Smith Hampton

Lambert Smith Hampton is a commercial property consultancy with a network of offices across the UK and Ireland. We work with investors, developers and occupiers in both the public and private sector, managing some of the country’s most complex commercial property portfolios. Our clients are from all walks of life: banking, finance, transport, telecoms, retail, public and private. We handle all their commercial property needs from logistics and supply chain advice, through to rent review and building surveying.

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Innovation in the inventory era – digital transformation of the real estate industry in the Greater Bay Area

whitePaper | September 8, 2022

Prop-tech has become the main driving force for the latest real estate industry revolution and enterprise transformation. It has garnered significant interest as the real estate industry enters the era of inventory management. Under the dual pressures of China’s tightening housing policy and rising operation costs, real estate enterprises must break new ground for growth, entailing new approaches in management and operation. Meanwhile, demands from epidemic control, remote work and the overall trends in data integration have catalysed the rapid growth of prop-tech. This “new normal” has given the impetus for enterprises to undergo digital transformation.

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2023 Global Predictions

whitePaper | January 13, 2023

2023 will likely provide important answers to some of the most pressing questions market participants have been contending with for the past 12 (plus) months. Chiefly, in the face of supply chain disruptions, war and a boom in post-lockdown demand, measures of inflation soared to once in a multi-generational level.

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The future of artificial intelligence in real estate transactions

whitePaper | July 7, 2022

We undertook research with real estate professionals across Europe to find out their views on the current use of artificial intelligence (AI), their predictions for its use in the future and what may be preventing its adoption.

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NeoTech Whitepaper

whitePaper | April 30, 2022

NeoTech is creating smart city digital infrastructure that can lead to massive improvements in citizens quality of life and increase the protection of the environment while reducing the cost of doing so. NeoTech uses cutting edge technology in both hardware and software to recreate a 1:1 exact replica of the Earth in utterly digital form, enabling thousands of new applications to be spun off on top of our new Metaverse, enabling startups, enterprises, and people alike to take part in this new technological revolution.

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Housing Precogs: Big Data Predictions Beyond Heuristic Hunches

whitePaper | May 24, 2022

Real estate used to be a game of hunches. People bought and sold property because they had a sense of pricing, timing, and marketplace trends. Mortgages were made in large measure on the basis of past performance.

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ABUNDX Whitepaper

whitePaper | June 30, 2022

One of the most universalsigns of success and prosperity is home ownership. It serves both as a source of stable, secure housing and as a long-term investment. The housing market is following a growing trend and is expected to continue to develop. While the main activities are carried out by thematic funds, rental management companies and construction companies, we note that citizens still face difficulties in accessing this market. These difficulties will be solved in the future thanks to the Blockchain industry, but also by Abundx, which will be an effective way to address the real need for democratisation of finance in the real estate industry.

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Lambert Smith Hampton

Lambert Smith Hampton is a commercial property consultancy with a network of offices across the UK and Ireland. We work with investors, developers and occupiers in both the public and private sector, managing some of the country’s most complex commercial property portfolios. Our clients are from all walks of life: banking, finance, transport, telecoms, retail, public and private. We handle all their commercial property needs from logistics and supply chain advice, through to rent review and building surveying.

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