It would be an understatement to say that technological advancement has changed how we conduct business. Technology is rapidly transforming every aspect of our lives and, with its constant advancement, is increasing importance within the property market. 

Home automation

Automation of homes is becoming ever more sought-after by people seeking more convenience and information accessible to them. The latest homes come with advanced features like electronic video doorbells that can be controlled, remote-controlled curtains, and even automatic temperature settings along with lighting settings. Smart homes are where there’s an increase in demand for digital sensors to keep track of things like occupancy levels, air quality, and natural lighting levels. Scott Kohea believes that homeowners request LED lighting, sensors-based streetlights, and touchless doors in typical zones of buildings.

Security and safety

Security and safety are prioritized by integrating alarms for gas leaks, access to modern security systems, and monitoring of homes through smartphones.

Green building concepts

The millennials buying homes today are increasingly seeking to convert to eco-friendly building practices. A few tech-related fittings were available to help with this, including lighting, air purification control for thermostats system for monitoring greenhouses and sensors for humidity monitoring. Modern homes are also outfitted with energy-efficient technology and rainwater harvesting practices and management and are expected to reduce greenhouse emissions.

Blockchain technology

Blockchain technology’s future is bound to open new opportunities. Smart contracts can allow property owners to trade their properties like bitcoin or similar stocks on stock exchanges providing sellers and buyers the chance to communicate with one another. It is possible to increase the fractional ownership of the real estate, decreasing the barriers to real estate investment and allowing groups of individuals to invest their money into a bigger property. Users can significantly cut down on costs and time by integrating services such as maintenance rental, leasing, and maintenance on a single platform and eliminating intermediaries such as lawyers and brokers.

With more potential buyers searching for properties on the internet first, virtual tours of properties drone views, drone views, chat-based AI virtual interior design, digital staging, and better property management software are all taking off. Developers must include these features to make the home-buying experience more enjoyable and enjoyable. This can make house-hunting more accessible to everyone as consumers can look at homes and neighborhoods from the convenience of their own homes.


Although various software options offer many possibilities, they can lead to an over-saturated market and difficulties in deciding on the best technology. While many technology solutions are motivated by the need for efficiency, the market isn’t equipped to bring transparency and build trust. Although much effort must be put into creating a formal framework, there are huge opportunities for investors and businesses alike.