A Technology Forum for Residential and Multifamily Real Estate
Real estate is undergoing many disruptions. This is manifest nowhere more broadly and with more transformational potential than in real estate technology.
An emerging class of well-funded proptech companies are creating applications that are beginning to transform building management and the occupant experience. And in the coming years, proptech will be essential for all stakeholders in residential and commercial real estate—including tenants, management and landlords.
Moreover, investment in the space continues to boom: In 2017 venture capitalists invested $12.6 billion in real estate technology, otherwise known as “proptech,” which is triple the amount invested in 2015*.
Against this backdrop of sweeping change and disruptive opportunity, IMN is delighted to announce the launch of its inaugural RealTECH Forum taking place June 17-18 in New York City. The event will give attendees critical insights into how proptech is shaping the future of real estate and how the industry is embracing it and harnessing its potential. After a day and a half of rich content and fantastic networking, you will leave New York having gained insight and access to the latest trends, new business opportunities, investment sources, new players and next-generation solutions at the intersection of real estate and tech.
IMN, with over 5000 registrations during the last year for our series of Single Family Rental, Middle Market Multifamily, Land & Homebuilding Private Equity, Residential Property Management and CFO & COO Forums, has the background and relationships to make this conference a success right out of the gate. Expect to hear from and network with senior-level technology, operational, finance and investment professionals.
Join us in June for a unique opportunity to hear commercial and residential real estate industry leaders share their visions of the market as they showcase the impressive technologies and innovative solutions that are shaking up the real estate industry.