The COVID-19 pandemic brought major changes to Asia’s real estate industry, according to a Mingtiandi survey conducted one year ago, and a poll being conducted this month aims to measure how much further this innovation has to go.
The Mingtiandi-Yardi Asia Proptech Survey, which you can enter through the link below, asks 40 questions concerning tech use at real estate companies in Asia Pacific, with the aim of finding out which technologies are having the most impact, which cities are seeing the most innovation and how industry professionals expect to their companies change in the future.
The results of the anonymous poll will be shared in a study to be published in November this year which will provide an update on the report, “Tech Adoption in Asian Real Estate: the Pandemic Drives Innovation”, which Mingtiandi published in January. We hope all of you will take ten minutes to complete the survey now.
In last year’s survey, which was completed by 180 property professionals, 60 percent of respondents indicated the pandemic had led their companies to increase or enhance tech system adoption and 81 percent said they would be investing in new systems.
Tracking Tech Use
For 2021 the proptech survey seeks to gain more insights into how companies are deploying technology to improve their businesses, including polling property professionals on use of technology to achieve sustainability and wellness goals.
Another area of focus this year will be differences in tech adoption across the region as we look into which cities and countries have been most successful in creating innovative environments.
The survey is open until 30 July and responses are confidential, so we hope that all of you will contribute your insights to the poll.