Investor challenges: software and technology use in the real estate sector
Our Software and Technology use in the Real Estate Sector – Investor Challenges white paper, researched in conjunction with industry-leading magazine Property Week, highlights the importance of effective software solutions to property investors.
Two-thirds say they currently use some form of technology as part of their investment appraisals, while half think it can help them tackle their “biggest problem”. The Study also highlights how:
83% of property investors are either planning or have already made significant investment in their real estate software.
35% think systems compatibility and transfer of data is an issue in their business.
Investors think delivering high levels of customer service is their biggest challenge, followed by access to funding, compliance with legislation, providing accurate information and debt collection.
The Software and Technology use in Real Estate – Investor Challenges paper was research commissioned by Property Week in conjunction with Qube Global Software. It features data from more than 800 responses to a survey of property investors, occupiers and agents.
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