Usage Statistics on Mobile Apps

We’re living in a world of mobile apps. They’ve become so ubiquitous in our everyday lives that we rarely pause to look at the impressive numbers behind them. In 2014, app downloads are expected to top 179 billion. By 2017, this is going to rise to over almost 270 billion.   To see the full Read more about Usage Statistics on Mobile Apps[…]

Technologically advanced real estate tools

Real estate agents are hungry for time. Their workdays pass as they pivot from one technology tool to the next, wrangling websites, apps and plug-ins to stay on top of the market, pitch sales and close deals. A Realtor juggling act may look like this: Sign on to a CMS (Content Management System) to manage Read more about Technologically advanced real estate tools[…]

The industry’s biggest challenge according to residential brokers

This week’s list focuses on the 18 residential real estate companies that have offices in the region.   In surveys seeking updated information, we asked brokers about two hot topics of conversation: How technology is changing the industry and what are their biggest challenges today. To see the full article, published by Sacramento Business Journal, Read more about The industry’s biggest challenge according to residential brokers[…]

Match.com for Real Estate Professionals

If you’re a real estate developer looking for a lender or an architect seeking a builder, a Miami-based startup wants to set you up with your perfect match.   RealConnex is in beta testing and will launch soon with a goal of linking up the folks who work on real estate projects before they’re listed Read more about Match.com for Real Estate Professionals[…]

Tablets provide flexibility to a real estate professional

Tablets allow real estate professionals to work with customers on-site to go over amenities of a property and seal the deal. At a real estate open house, agents need the flexibility to show details on a property to potential clients without the added weight of a heavy laptop or the lack of portability of a Read more about Tablets provide flexibility to a real estate professional[…]

Technology transforming Birmingham real estate

Technology is changing the way everyone does business. Many industries have been completely transformed by the internet and the small gadgets that complement the world wide web. To see the full article published by Birmingham Business Journal, click here.

Mobile Marketing Is The New Leader According to Statistics

Mobile marketing has been one of the most explosive technology waves since the internet was invented and shows no signs of slowing down. Mobile-commerce sales are booming and are forecasted  to reach $100 billion in 2014. Businesses across a wide range of industries are implementing mobile strategies to grow their companies. To see the full article, published by Read more about Mobile Marketing Is The New Leader According to Statistics[…]

Real estate company enters San Francisco financial district

Pembroke Real Estate bought 100 California St. and is investing to reposition the 288,619-square-foot office property for tech tenants. This is the first foray into Bay Area real estate for Boston-based Pembroke, a real estate investment firm. The price was not disclosed. Pembroke bought the property from Embarcadero Capital Partners, Broadway Partners, and PCCP, LLC, Read more about Real estate company enters San Francisco financial district[…]

Google’s New Tracking Connects User Behavior in Mobile Apps and Mobile Web

Google GOOGL -0.12% is testing a new way to track smartphone users. The experimental technology connects users’ behavior in mobile apps with their behavior on the mobile web, according to people familiar with the matter.   The test was reported earlier by Advertising Age.   To see the full article, published by Wall Street Journal, Read more about Google’s New Tracking Connects User Behavior in Mobile Apps and Mobile Web[…]

The Lock Screen Is The New Spot Coveted by Some Mobile Apps

App designers have long vied for prime real estate on smartphones, coveting in particular a spot on the home screen, the front page where many people place their most frequently used apps. But for a group of start-ups, the home screen is not enough. They focus on claiming space on the lock screen, the area Read more about The Lock Screen Is The New Spot Coveted by Some Mobile Apps[…]