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Can Proptech be Seen as a Threat to Property Managers?

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2017 was undoubtedly proptech's breakthrough year, and 2018 promises to be an even bigger year for it. In the 2017 Fixflo Report, more agents than ever said that they were using some sort of digital solution to help manage their properties, and we fully expect that number to increase this year.

However, there are still property managers who are concerned about the effect that property technology and digital solutions might have on their jobs. Could it make them obsolete? It's a question that has plagued workers since time immemorial - new technological developments can always make people uncertain about their positions if those developments can be applied to the industries they work in.

Digital solutions can be difficult to accept if they're seen as a threat, but they might equally be seen as opportunities for driving really beneficial change throughout industries and organisations. We've therefore decided to ask whether proptech represents a threat to property managers in our latest eBook. You might think it a question with an obvious answer considering that it's us asking it, but it's far from clear-cut.

You can download the eBook for free by clicking on the link below - if you have anything to add to the debate, please get in touch, we'd love to hear from you!

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Ben Gallizzi

Written by Ben Gallizzi

Ben is the Content and Social Media Manager for Fixflo.

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