What is the Future of Mobile Technology in Real Estate for 2010?

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Mobile technology has changed the way real estate agents, brokers and consumers receive real estate statistics, homes for sale and neighborhood data. One of the hot topics at Real Estate Connect, New York City, January 13-15, 2010, will be mobile technology and the role it will play in 2010.

There has never been a more important time to talk about the future of real estate technology.

Mobile technology has changed the way real estate agents, brokers and consumers receive real estate statistics, homes for sale and neighborhood data. Over 2-billion iPhone apps have been sold as of late September 2009 – since the iPhone App Store launch in 2008. Many national and local real estate organizations and companies have launched their own mobile applications including Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate, Corcoran Group Real Estate, Zip Realty and the California Realtor Association (C.A.R.)

One of the hot topics at Real Estate Connect, New York City, January 13-15, 2010, will be mobile technology and the role it will play in 2010.

The best and brightest minds in real estate attend Real Estate Connect, organized by Inman News. Connect is the preeminent real estate technology conference, held at New York Marriott Marquis. Over 1300 real estate leaders worldwide are expected to attend as well as over 150 speakers.

For over 13 years, Inman News publisher Brad Inman has brought the most innovative minds together for three awe-inspiring days of learning and collaboration. Conference attendees can expect three jam-packed days of networking with the industry’s sharpest minds and being exposed to the very best business intelligence that will help rethink, reframe and recharge their business.

Just launched this week is the ConnectNYC app that works on any mobile browser. Go to http://connectnyc.boopsie.com on a mobile browser to download, or for iPhone users, download from the iTunes App Store by searching ‘ConnectNYC.’ The ConnectNYC mobile app will feature a live Twittter stream, conference schedule, exhibitor and sponsor info, and what sessions are coming up within the hour.

Mobile tech topics covered at Real Estate Connect NYC include:

  • Capturing the Mobile, Local, Social Phenomenon
  • Three experts are marketing on the Small Screen: Understand the Mobile Platform Better than Your Competition
  • Find out who has a mobile app for geo-tagging photos, a one click local, mobile optimized ads, handheld GPS + SMS based property information and so much more at the “Start-Up Shoot-Out Part I” session on Thursday
  • Mike Mangino of Elevated Rails will ROCK Thursday’s general session with, “Ten mobile apps you need to download NOW.”
  • Tips and Tricks for Working with the iPhone SDK. There are over 110,000 iPhone Apps, and nearly as many app developers. Attendees will learn how to build a great app fast – from people who have made it happen.

Featured technology speakers include:
Dennis Crowley, Founder and CEO, Foursquare
Mike Mangino, Owner & President, Elevated Rails
Eric Blumberg, CTO, Smarter Agent
Matt Goyer, Director of Online Marketing, Redfin
Matt Snyder, AVP, Brand Partnerships, Zumobi
Jason Fried, CEO, 37Signals
Mark Josephson, CEO, Outside.in
Max Ventilla, Zoo Director, Aardvark
Sam Sebastian, Director, Local & B2B Markets, Google, Inc.
David Karp, Founder, Tumblr
Scott Heiferman, CEO, MeetUp

There has never been a more important time to talk about the future of real estate technology. To register for this one-of-a-kind event, visit http://www.inman.com/connect. Register today! Space is limited.

For additional information, please contact Madelyn Mock, Events Director at (510) 658-9252 x122 or madelyn@inman.com

http://www.inman.com | Inman News is the leading source of independent real estate news, information, advice, research, opinion and commentary for industry professionals and consumers alike.

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