Case Study in Real Estate Technology Spending Released

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Inman News™, the leader in real estate news and education has released an exclusive special report this week, “Real Estate Tech Spending.” Inman News asked four real estate companies of various sizes to share information about their technology operations and spending, and to identify top tech priorities for this year and the year ahead.

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Inman News™, the leader in real estate news and education has released an exclusive special report this week, “Real Estate Tech Spending.”

Inman News asked four real estate companies of various sizes to share information about their technology operations and spending, and to identify top tech priorities for this year and the year ahead.

The four brokerages interviewed were: William Raveis Real Estate, Rodeo Realty, Hawaii Life, and Exp Realty. This report includes details about their tech-spending priorities, trends and projections .

According to the report,

“With so many emerging and competing technologies, it’s a constant challenge to decide which may offer the greatest return on investment, which ones will have staying power, and which untested technologies are worth a try.

"There are many opportunities to spend money on technologies that are not the right fit for the business, and technology can become a black hole for a company’s budget, whether it is developing the technology in-house, or contracting out for custom or off-the-shelf tools and services.”

The first portion of the report was released today, and the following three sections will be released over the next three weeks. At the release of the final section, the entire report will be available for download.

This reports is free to Inman News’ Premium and PremiumPlus members. It is $49 to become a Premium Member and $99 to become a PremiumPlus member. These memberships are year-long memberships.

For additional questions, inquiries can be submitted to press (at) inman (dot) com.

About Inman News | Agents and brokers around the world turn to Inman News first for accurate and timely real estate news and information. Known for its award-winning journalism, cutting-edge technology coverage and forward-thinking conferences, Inman News is the leading independent source of real estate news, education and insight. In addition, for 15 years, Inman News has been hosting Real Estate Connect -- a semi-annual real estate conference for real estate brokers and top-level executives. Connect will be held January 11-13, 2012 in New York City.

For more information, visit http://www.inman.com

Media contact:
Katie Lance
(510) 658-9252 x 147
katie(at)inman(dot)com

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