CREtech

Smart Buildings

No Slowdown in PropTech Startup Investment in 2020 Despite COVID-19

January 18th, 2021
Smart Buildings

Recording: Verified Smart – Assessing Smart Building Performance Outcomes

December 10th, 2020
Complimentary Article
Smart Cities

The WeWork Carnival, Softbank & the Future of Co-Working

“I think I’ve run out of the words to describe what’s been going on, from surreal to crazy to unbelievable to — someone texted me yesterday — “bonkers,” all of those things are true and yet the reality is that we’re still here and we’re still here together. I just want to remind all of […]

Smart Buildings

Proptech Bubble or just a WeWork Bubble?

There is a lot of money flowing into proptech but does that suggest a market bubble or just a few wild unicorns casting doubt on the rest of the herd? Those are the kind of questions being asked in the industry as the wildest unicorn of all – WeWork – reveals increasing signs of falling […]

Smart Buildings

Short-Termist Real Estate Mindsets Could Polarize Smart Building Landscape

Buildings may last decades but their ownership is likely to change multiple times. In fact, short-term hold strategies are becoming increasingly popular in the property market. Flipping, wholesaling, and bird-dogging have long been in the wheelhouse of savvy real estate investors but the strengthening short-term rental market in major cities around the world has seen […]

Smart Buildings

The Influence of New Entrants on the Smart Buildings Landscape

This article was written by Daphne Tomlinson, Independent Senior Research Associate at Memoori. New entrants are exerting their influence on the smart buildings space in several areas – in the number and diversity of startups, the increase in investments, acquisitions and partnerships and the shift in focus to solutions aimed at building occupants. Memoori’s new […]

Smart Buildings

Who is Investing in Smart Building StartUps?

Investment is the bedrock of startups and ambitious corporations alike. Investment is not evenly spread, however, and the firms that receive a larger share of the investment pie do so because they have sold a good idea and their ability to develop that idea. Because of greater investment, those firms are also more likely to […]

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