When it comes to adopting new technologies, the real estate industry has traditionally been a step behind other industries but that’s changing in some exciting ways.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) October 25, 2016
Landlord Station LLC (http://www.landlordstation.com), a leading provider of online software for the property management industry, has announced that its CEO, Copley Broer, will be a speaker at this week’s Urban Land Institute Fall Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
Mr. Broer will be participating in the October 26th panel discussion “Brave New World: Software and Technology Meet Community Development”. The session will explore how software and other technologies are transforming the real estate industry.
“I’m thrilled to participate in this session,” says Mr. Broer. “When it comes to adopting new technologies, the real estate industry has traditionally been a step behind other industries but that’s changing in some exciting ways.”
Held from October 24-27 at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in downtown Dallas, the Urban Land Institute Fall Meeting will feature candid discussions between industry leaders on the most important trends in real estate. The meeting is expected to attract more than 6,000 attendees, including real estate developers, investors, architects, academics and decision makers from the government and private sectors.
A 15-year veteran of the commercial and multi-family real estate industries, Mr. Broer is thought-leader in the use of technology in real estate. As the co-founder of Landlord Station, he has pioneered the use of cloud-based SaaS products to support small and midsized landlords and property managers.
“Traditionally, software for things like tenant screening and online rent payment has been out of reach for smaller property managers,” Broer says. “But cloud-based software is changing that, making these tools affordable and available to everyone. That’s really opening up opportunities for independent property companies.”
To learn more about the Urban Land Institute Fall Meeting, visit http://fall.uli.org/.
To learn more about LandlordStation, visit https://www.landlordstation.com.