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  • Spearheading Real Estate Demand: The Prevailing Case of Digital Transformation
    The Real Deal

    Spearheading Real Estate Demand: The Prevailing Case of Digital Transformation

    Wednesday, 17 February 2021

    Real estate developers talk to Invest-Gate about the sector’s recovery on operational and financial levels during the second half of 2020. They shed light on the driving forces behind the burgeoning rise in real estate demand, on top of which is digitalization. In addition, they delve into what they consider a safety net for investments in these turbulent times.

  • E-Commerce Boom Puts Commercial Real Estate on Fast Forward
    Opinion

    E-Commerce Boom Puts Commercial Real Estate on Fast Forward

    Monday, 30 November 2020

    E-commerce growth is not necessarily bad news for the commercial real estate scene. In fact, it appears that e-commerce adoption does not necessarily mean the gradual disappearance of commercial properties. The reason is that online retailing's supply chain operations require more warehouse and logistics spaces to ease product delivery to consumers. 

  • Digital Marketing Allows Realtors to Capture More Buyers
    Opinion

    Digital Marketing Allows Realtors to Capture More Buyers

    Thursday, 10 September 2020

    Gone are the days when giving out pamphlets to customers was the optimum way to sell for your business. In this digital era, it is imperative that all real estate developers, along with industry-related players, establish and maintain a strong online presence to build a powerful reputation and close more leads, in line with a comprehensive digital marketing strategy.

  • Real Estate: Moving From Asset-Centric to Customer-Centric Industry
    Opinion

    Real Estate: Moving From Asset-Centric to Customer-Centric Industry

    Monday, 31 August 2020

    The real estate industry used to be straightforward, with a traditional business model where you could secure a piece of land, hire a reputable architect to make plans, then a contractor who would open up a site office, with the sales process maintaining itself.