Technology is changing the way that companies and consumers invest in real estate globally, and in Asia, this means that a wave of disruption that has already up-ended many other sectors is now coming to one of the region’s most lucrative industries.
With mobile technology changing the way that companies gather data about their real estate assets, online exchanges transforming the way that real estate is traded and companies rapidly adopting co-working strategies to maximise office assets, the property industry is likely to look very different in 2027 from how it is now.
To understand how companies in the region are getting ready for these challenges, and to map out current industry standards for property information gathering and management, Mingtiandi has put together its first survey of tech practices among its readership of real estate developers, investors and other industry professionals in the region.
Independent Poll of Industry Professionals
To better understand the challenges facing Asia’s traditional real estate companies as they modernise their businesses, Mingtiandi is polling its more than 10,000 subscribers regarding what systems the currently use to manage their information, and what technology they are adopting.
The survey kicks off today, is sponsored by real estate tech software provider Yardi Systems, and responses will be gathered through September 25th. The poll’s results will be published in detail on Mingtiandi in early October.
Measuring Industry Tech Practices
This first edition of the survey will bring out data never before shared on the status of tech adoption in Asia, and is expected to serve as the foundation for an annual study tracking tech trends in the industry during the years to come.
You may take the tech survey by clicking the link above in this story. To ensure unique data, IP addresses will be tracked.
If you have questions regarding the tech survey, you may contact us directly at Mingtiandi, and watch for the results in this space during October.