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Leading VCs discuss how COVID-19 is impacting real estate & proptech

Several months ago, we surveyed more than 20 leading real estate VCs to learn about what was exciting them most in the real estate tech sector and hear their opinions on proptech trends like co-working, flexible office space and remote office space. Since we published our survey, COVID-19 has flipped the real estate sector on ...

Global Real Estate Rental Market Report Trends, Growth and Revenue To 2022

TheBusinessResearchCompany published its Real Estate Rental Global Market Report 2020 which provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global real estate rental market. The report covers the real estate rental market’s segments- residential buildings and dwellings rental services, non-residential buildings rental services, mini warehouses and self-storage units ...

Reducing buy to let taxes through these property sectors

03.06.2020 · Posted in Real Estate Articles

With it becoming more difficult for landlords to make money through buy to let, what other property sectors are open to investors? Landlords are finding it increasingly difficult to make a profit through buy to let property due to additional taxes levied and the scrapping of mortgage interest tax relief. The government has made buy ...

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Where top VCs are investing in construction robotics

Venture capital has been flooding the various subverticals under the robotics umbrella in recent years, and the construction space is one of the largest beneficiaries. Last November, we surveyed 13 of the top robotics-focused VCs to find out which areas of robotics are exciting them most going into 2020. One of the most common areas ...

Doomsday Preppers are now selling timeshares, too

 

NPR has a bizarrely fascinating new piece about Drew Miller, the owner and founder of Fortitude Ranch, which is essentially a timeshare opportunity for Doomsday Preppers. Unlike the Survival Condos that start at $1.5 million, Fortitude Ranch "seeks to capture a solidly middle-class market." The annual membership fee is $1,000, which ...

Real estate startup Homie plans to expand to more cities with $23 million in Series B funding

Homie has made an impression among younger, first-time home buyers in the Utah and Arizona markets for cutting out the traditional closing costs, 6% real estate commissions and arduous paperwork associated with traditional home sales. It now plans to explore opening up in three new markets and will begin a Vegas launch in March with ...

Our Predictions for the Property Market in 2020

02.03.2020 · Posted in Real Estate Articles

Now that 2020 is upon us, we give our analysis on what will happen within the property market in the year ahead Property prices will increase In the 2019 general election, the Conservative party won a majority. This has allowed them to press ahead with Brexit and has allayed the uncertainty surrounding it. Uncertainty within ...

Seattle: Bidding war for $330,000+ home that was too filthy and hazardous for anyone to even tour

A Bothell, Seattle hous -- so filled with garbage, water damaged, and hazardous that the real estate agent didn't allow anyone inside -- just sold in a bidding war for more than its $330,000 list price. Only one photo, of the exterior, was provided in the listing. There were 17 offers; the buyer and final ...

UPDATE: Los Angeles-based CREXi raises $30 million for its online real estate marketplace

Los Angeles is one of the most desirable locations for commercial real estate in the United States, so it’s little wonder that there’s something of a boom in investments in technology companies servicing the market coming from the region. It’s one of the reasons that CREXi, the commercial real estate marketplace, was able to establish ...