DadShed pitching at PropTechDen

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PropTech Den is coming to Manchester after previous successful events at the Google’s campus in London.

DadShed is pitching the RoomAgree App (Our current product-market-fit) to an audience of investors, industry professionals and judges.

Join us on the 21st by obtaining your free ticket from the link below:
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RoomAgree is currently searching for pilot users in the Estate Industry sector to help evolve the rental tenancy agreement service for their landlord and tenant customers.

DadShed at Startupbootcamp Commerce´18

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DadShed has been shortlisted to pitch at StartCommerce FastTrack from Startupbootcamp.

Startupbootcamp FastTracks are held all over the world to meet early-stage companies then they are invited to meet industry mentors and investment teams. Teams that attend a FastTrack are 20% more likely to be invited to the final selection days for an investment programme.


Apply here to be part of the audience: Startupbootcamp
RoomAgree room agreement is currently searching for a seed investment to rebuild the platform to market to other countries and built for different languages.

10 Greatest Real Estate Events You Do Not Want To Miss

10 Greatest Real Estate Events You Do Not Want To Miss

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10 Greatest Real Estate Events You Do Not Want To Miss

The last month of June was celebrated one of the most important Real Estate Event in Spain, Realty Spain with the slogan “Let’s talk real estate”. This international event, is the most important Real Estate Event from Brussels, that from now it is in Madrid too. During two days, the weekend of 21st and 22nd of June, the Palacio de Cibeles was full of experts talking about the current and future of Real Estate Industry in Spain. Realty Spain is a place where you can discover new trends and ideas about Real Estate Sector and also gain insights from people with new and differents points of view.
All of these Real Estate Events are useful because combines conferences and networking about Real Estate Industry and only for B2B business focused on being up to date.
Haven’t you been there? Don’t worry because I’ve created a list of the most important Real Estate Events for you.

Real Estate Events Remains In 2017

I didn’t realize until now the numbers of events you can find around the world about this topic. And then I thought, how many Real Estate Events remains until the end of this 2017? So, I’ve made this list for you.

  1. Bauen Kaufen Wohnen: Construction and Real Estate Fair. September 02-03, 2017, Dresden, Germany Messe Dresden.
  2. A Place in the Sun Live: Overseas Property Fair. September 22-24, 2017, Birmingham, United Kingdom NEC Birmingham.

  3. Expo Real: Trade Fair for Commercial Property and Investment. October 04-06, 2017, Munich, Germany New Munich Trade Fair Centre.

  4. IREX: International Real Estate Expo. October 13-15, 2017, New Delhi, India.

  5. Salao Immobilário de Portugal (SIL): Lisbon Real Estate Exhibition. October 18-22, 2017, Lisbon, Portugal.

  6. BMP Barcelona Meeting Point: Real Estate Exhibition. October 18-22, 2017, Barcelona, Spain Montjuïc – Fira Barcelona.

  7. SIMA: Madrid Real Estate Exhibition. October 27-29, 2017, Madrid, Spain IFEMA Feria de Madrid.

  8. A Place in the Sun Live: Overseas Property Fair. October 28-29, 2017, Glasgow, United Kingdom Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre SECC.

  9. Emlak: Istanbul Real Estate Fair. November 23-26, 2017, Istanbul, Turkey CNR Expo.

  10. B.I.G. Bauen. Immobilien. Garten: Building, Real Estate and Garden Exhibition. January 31-February 04, 2018, Hanover, Germany Hanover Exhibition Center.

As you can see I didn’t add any fair from America. In my next article, I will share with you all the events in the USA and South America.

However, one event that you must go is Hacker Connect. An event by and for the real estate technology community where you could discuss and debate the future of the Real Estate Industry.

Ruben Lozano Growth Hacker & Inbound Marketer

Written by Ruben Lozano

Ruben Lozano is an Online Marketing Specialist at Printsome and Inbound Marketing Manager at RoomAgree. His specialties include Growth Hacking and Inbound Marketing. When not at work, Ruben can be found playing basketball or in Starbucks drinking mocha and at least 3 books in his Kaft backpack.

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Opportunity in the Owner-Occupiers market for Estate Agents

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An untapped opportunity for Local Estate Agents is to reposition themselves to ‘Manage property for Owner-Occupiers’

The High St business model is changing and fees declining in most cases, the race to the bottom can be halted.

Why do households, with no or little experience or interest in property management liaise with builders, plumbers, gardeners etc… for the day to day management of their own homes?

Me included and others I have spoken to, would happily pay a monthly transaction fee to have our own homes managed by a 3rd party to ease this household administrative burden, IF, they were competent, trustworthy, using technology and unobtrusive to the family.

To achieve this new market space, the Agent will need to professionalise, skill-up, educate themselves on property management and shrug off the sector’s reputation, sometimes earned through poor practise, some which may not be illegal though driven by short-termism. A valuable bit of advice for Agents is to keep in mind, that Buyers and even Tenants could be a paying customer one day to an Agency as a Landlord or Vendor.

‘High St Agents’ are perfectly positioned to occupy this new space, as local property management experts armed with their trade contacts as their traditional agency market declines, through disruption online or as their service becomes a commodity product.

Additionally, as and when the ‘Managed Owner-Occupier’ is ready to Sell or Let, the incumbent Agent are in a perfect position to build upon that relationship with relevant property management history.

An Agent, with a ‘new experience brand’ or an existing residential business, could create this new space similar to the way Airbnb has innovated a new multi-billion business within the traditional tourism sector.

Is there somebody out there ready for this opportunity? Only time will tell.