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How AI (artificial intelligence) is changing the real estate sector
3rd October
  • According to a benchmark study in 2018, AI won't affect individuals' privacy and future employment in sector.
  • Artificial Intelligence will boost operational tasks' efficiency and change decision-making processes.
  • Through AI, prospective clients can engage and get more information before patronizing a real estate company.

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Latest Real estate news

1st September
Large homes sales spike by 21% in the US amidst the pandemic
31st August
Maharashtra government reduce stamp duty in the real estate sector by 3%
14th August
WeWork secures £840 million of new financing from SoftBank
11th August
Macerich Co. concludes second quarter with £19.15 million of net loss
7th August
Rightmove’s H1 revenue declines by 34% on a year over year basis
9th July
Workspace Group says customer enquiries increased sharply in June
29th June
Blackstone wants to own facilities where TV and films are produced
23rd June
Rightmove warns of another £17 million to £20 million hit to its revenue due to COVID-19
23rd June
Intu Properties names KPMG as administrator if it fails to strike a debt standstill deal with creditors
1st June
Capco invests £436 million to purchase Hong Kong tycoon’s 20.9% stake in Shaftesbury
26th May
Report: Activist REIT investor is now short NYC real estate stocks
18th May
Intu Properties seeks standstill agreements with creditors to avoid default
14th May
Persimmon to reopen sales offices in England on May 15th
14th May
More Latvian State Renters to receive rent relief
14th May
Orange Capital acquires nearly 200 apartments amid an economic slowdown
4th May
Mall REITs are bracing for tougher times ahead
2nd May
The UK property market saw an uptick in April, but that could be all for now
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