Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Squire Patton Boggs lawyers explore the emergence PropTech advancements during the time of pandemic

By Bradley Wright and Christopher Senn

As work from home arrangements have proliferated as a result of COVID-19’s social distancing realities in the past year, residential real estate markets across the nation have shown signs of resilience and growth. The authors look at how various applications and technology platforms have supported and facilitated robust activity in residential markets in an article titled COVID-19’s Acceleration of PropTech.

The authors consider various tech tools that have assisted real estate professionals and their clients in mitigating or eliminating their chances of contracting COVID-19 while searching for and showing homes during these challenging times. Some of the areas explored in the article include home matching, virtual tours, and streamlining the loan application process.

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