We are living in a digital world where people expect what they want and when they want it. There is a sense of immediacy and urgency in every action, purchase, and communication. This has made a massive impact on so many industries such as retail, hospitality, technology.
However, in the real estate industry, buying homes, building commercial spaces, remains a long and frustrating process. But. mobile-based offerings are making it possible to have processes happen so much more quickly and efficiently.
According to Jeff Berman, general partner at Camber Creek, mobile applications are changing how real estate is managed, accessed, experienced, bought, and sold, giving individuals more control and visibility into their homes and offices.
The shift towards mobile offerings is accelerating the speed at which real estate transactions happen, the demands made by customers on property managers and owners, and the connectivity generally within the industry.
More than enough to capture my attention, so I invited Jeff onto the show to find out more. We discuss the advancements of technology and mobile-based offerings in real estate. We also explore how they have changed and impacted the industry and how things work.
Camber Creek is a VC firm that focuses solely on investing in technologies for real estate. Jeff spends his days studying and examining tech companies that are making waves in real estate or have the potential to and is based in New York City.
In addition to coordinating investments in numerous portfolio companies, Jeffrey is a current or past board member of Nestio, Bowery Valuations, Vedero (acquired by Murata), and SalesWarp. Jeffrey brings close to two decades of executive experience in the real estate industry. He also received a BA from New York University’s Stern School of Business.