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  • Apartments for sale Jonesboro AR
    Halsey is the real estate & property management realtors in Jonesboro, AR for Residential & Commercial rentals. Find apartments, house & rental homes for sale in Jonesboro, AR.
  • How New Tech Trends Will Reflect on Real Estate In 2019
    Real estate was once the province of agents and brokers, people connecting with people to buy and sell properties. Today, it’s still about connection, but those connections are made deeper, more meaningful, with the power of technology.

    Though real estate has traditionally been one of the sectors with slower tech adoption, recent years have seen a major uptick in the creation of an investment in technology to help make real estate professionals’ lives easier. Technology in the real estate industry is solving those problems while improving the customer experience. The real driver of change in the real estate world today is the mainstream usage of data immersion through Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning platforms.

    Here some of the new tech trends in real estate are:-

    Blockchain and real estate
    The blockchain is the technology behind cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum. Essentially, it’s a public, digital ledger or database that records all transactions, without the need for a central verifying authority such as a bank. No middleman means reduced legal and title-related costs and a faster settlement process.
    Augmented reality and virtual reality
    With VR, potential buyers and renters can virtually tour the property from anywhere in the world, at any time. This means that the property is open for inspection 24/7, allowing agents and clients to save time and money while increasing efficiency and engagement.
    Meanwhile augmented reality (AR) apps superimpose a computer-generated image of an object into real life, allowing people to do things like capture Pokemon or virtually decorate a space using their phones or tablets. For brokers and developers, they’ll be able to showcase the potential of an unfinished space using AR to present the desired lifestyle and decrease time on the market.


    Push technology
    Another real estate tech trend to watch this year is pushing technology. While this technology has been around for a few years, it has become increasingly popular as more and more agencies develop their own smartphone apps.
    Agencies can use push technology to send content alerts to a smartphone’s locked screen and other notification areas in order to get users back on the app again and generate leads (phone calls). According to Kahuna Mobile Marketing, push notifications double retention rate and help prevent app uninstalls.
    Real estate robots
    The modern consumer expects immediacy. They want answers to their questions and they want them now. That’s where real estate robots like chatbots, voice bots and virtual assistants come in. Not only can they help answer consumer queries with little to no delay to keep consumer expectations at bay, but they can also free up your time to focus on what really matters. They can be found on popular social media platforms like Facebook and on many websites.
  • How to reduce your housing cost in Retirement - Real Estate Halsey
    Popular options for home sale profits. Some people may be selling their current house in order to buy another. In that case, money from the sale may be needed as a down payment for the new home. However, not everyone is ready to make a purchase.
    While home ownership is a worthy goal, some people would rather give up the keys and rent instead. “They want to lock the door and go on vacation,” - that the maintenance of a house can be a hassle.

    For those not buying a new house, paying down high-interest debt is a logical way to use cash from a house sale. Buffing up retirement savings is also a good idea.

    Other sellers are looking to do something a little more fun with their home sale proceeds. “We see a lot of people buying a vacation home or a second home” , that seems to be a popular option. Buying a second home, going on vacation or splurging on a luxury is perfectly fine so long as it fits with a family’s priorities and finances.

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  • 3 Real Estate Tech Trends in 2018 - Halsey Thrasher Harpole Real Estate Group
    The real estate industry has changed a lot over the last decade, and new technologies are having a surprising amount of impact on the way that real estate agents do their jobs. At the same time, comparison sites and other newcomers to the industry are giving consumers more choice when it comes to buying and selling property.
    A few of the trends that are set to disrupt the real estate industry in 2018 and beyond.

    1. Blockchain
    Blockchain is the underlying technology behind cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, but it's not just the new payment methods that are set to change the way we do real estate.
    For real estate agents, if such a system were to become mainstream it could dramatically reduce the potential for fraud and enable us to access much more data on individual properties and homeowners. This would be good news for both real estate agents and their customers, but it would also require them to change the status quotient to integrate blockchain information within their current workflows.
    2. Augmented and virtual reality
    AR and VR technologies are big news at the moment as they're rapidly becoming more and more viable as consumer technologies. Meanwhile, augmented reality could come in useful when people are trying to visualize what an empty house will look like once they've moved their furniture inside. If a potential buyer has already taken the step of planning out exactly what the house is going to look like, the chances are that they're keen enough to make an offer.
    3. Peer to peer communication
    This trend has been going on for several years now and it's unlikely to stop anytime soon. Thanks to the rise of the internet, discussion forums and social networking sites, it's never been easier for people to bypass realtors altogether and to make peer-to-peer deals with no middleman. This is a big threat to the real estate industry, and many companies are reacting instinctively by trying to limit the amount of data they share about their listings and looking for ways to disrupt the peer-to-peer process.

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