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Popular CRM tools for Belgian real estate agents:

  • FORTISSiMMO

  • Max-Immo

  • Omnicasa

  • Skarabee

  • Whise

  • and the newest player on the field: SweepBright

360° virtual tours hardware & software:

  • Matterport
  • VPiX 360
  • Floorfy

  • EyeSpy360

  • Transported

The Belgian scale-up Co-libry is a toolbox and an advanced search engine for buyers and sellers.
Chapps is ook een Belgische start-up die zich richt op mobiele inspection-apps voor de vastgoedsector.

Do you want to make a difference with digital, but you no longer see the forest through the trees? I'm happy to help!


According to Real Estate Business online, real estate agents will be split into one of three categories before the year 2020

Real estate agents will be split into one of three categories:

  1. Category One Agent. Highly trained, technology equipped with sophisticated data marketing. Global markets will be mainstream for these agents, while Asia will become a massive influence. This agent group will have unprecedented capabilities and the cost of selling with these agents will fall, while their profits will soar through efficiency gains.
  2. Category Two Agent. These will be traditional agents suffering fast-diminishing resources, using high-cost, low efficiently and increasingly ineffective communication channels. They will be subject to heavy discounting, non-personal skills and lack of ability to deliver results
  3. Category Three Agent.The new agent known as the true disrupters. Public, big-scale business like Real Estate Academy Group, Domain, CoreLogic RP Data, Google, Facebook – but probably a name that doesn’t exist today. There are likely to be big movers in real estate from non-traditional players. A big chunk of the existing real estate pie will go this category.

From <https://reaa.com.au/real-estate-agents-in-2020-will-you-still-be-here/>

Are real estate agents becoming obsolete?

“Agents who don’t understand how the game has changed, and don’t have the skills to offer you great service, are obsolete. They’re for buyer / sellers who are ignorant or lazy.”


Are real estate agents becoming obsolete?

“Agents who don’t understand how the game has changed, and don’t have the skills to offer you great service, are obsolete. They’re for buyer / sellers who are ignorant or lazy.”

From <https://www.quora.com/Are-real-estate-agents-becoming-obsolete>


The Future Of Real Estate, With Or Without An Agent?

Things in real estate are changing, to be sure. Here are a few insights on how technology and consumer habits are changing and what the future of real estate will look like as a result:

From <https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesrealestatecouncil/2017/07/21/the-future-of-real-estate-with-or-without-an-agent/amp/>


“The Belgian real estate sector will also soon be experiencing its 'Uber moment'”

According to a new confidence barometer in the real estate sector, the sector still has a long way to go. Only 28% of Belgians would trust real estate professionals, we read in the newspapers this week. Here too, technology will break open the rusted structures & enhance transparency. You can clearly see this trend abroad, with a redesign of the real estate earnings chain.

The traditional broker sales commission is coming under pressure from those who claim to offer greater added value in the sales process

Van <https://www.bloovi.be/nieuws/detail/opinie-ook-de-belgische-vastgoedsector-zal-binnenkort-zijn-uber-moment-beleven>

 

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