The property industry is maximising digital opportunities amid the pandemic, with more companies expected to incorporate technology in their operations.
“This ‘new normal business model’ integrates technology to property now known as PropTech. Through PropTech, technology is maximized to create new opportunities in real estate,” Christophe Vicic, chairperson of the PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards and country head for JLL Philippines, said in an e-mail interview.
Like other industries, property companies have to catch up on the latest trends and are subjected to new standards of success.
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