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CRETech May 08, 2018
StreetEasy’s highly profitable Premier Agent program violates New York state advertising laws, according to regulators. Sources said the New York Department of State, which has been looking into the agent advertising program since last year, shared its position with stakeholders — including StreetEasy parent Zillow Group — in recent weeks in advance of issuing formal guidance on the topic...
CRETech May 08, 2018
Zillow Group saw a 22 percent increase in revenue in the first quarter, largely driven by its Premier Agent business.
CRETech May 08, 2018
There is an upcoming Future of Real Estate Summit in Miami that some of you may be interested in (press release here). The one day gathering is June 12th. I had the chance to ask Pamela Simon a few questions about the event to help...
CRETech May 08, 2018
It turns out the nightmare facing attendees of The Battery at SunTrust Park wasn't traffic. It was Uber.  
CRETech May 08, 2018
CRETech May 08, 2018
Ah, the fair weather (drizzly, rain and fog) that is London and the Future PropTech UK Event. As I was graciously invited and was more than excited to attend I thought I would do one of my “famous” personal and up close take of the event from my own eyes. Let’s get started, shall we…with a Video from PlaceTech.
CRETech May 07, 2018
Global venture capital investment in the real estate technology sector swelled to roughly $12.6 billion in 2017 despite a notable drop in the number of investment deals in the proptech industry, according to a new report from real estate tech research and marketing agency Re:Tech.
CRETech May 07, 2018
Coworking giant WeWork has been expanding at a lightning pace recently, nearly doubling its square footage in 2017, but no single landlord — or even a small group of landlords — is overly exposed to WeWork leases.
CRETech May 07, 2018
New York and other states are taking action to reach energy-efficiency targets despite shifts away from efficiency initiatives at the federal level. The Cuomo administration just announced ambitious new standards for New York to reduce energy consumption by 185 trillion BTUs by 2025, equivalent to the energy c...
CRETech May 07, 2018
When Zach Aarons and two colleagues launched the real estate tech accelerator Metaprop in 2015, few major landlords were thinking seriously about disruption in their industry, let alone investing money in exploring the possibilities. Three years later the city's proptech sector has exploded, attracting billions of dollars in funding in 2017 alone.