Archive for the ‘Mobility’ Category

The rise of the Millennial Generation: How does real estate adapt?

This week I was fortunate enough to speak at the Business of Real Estate event on the Gold Coast. It was a great couple of days involving some industry heavyweights, with a lot of thought-provoking material covered. Like many of the posts on Curran Insights, my topic area was looking to the future of our industry, in particular the make up of the future real estate agent. I thought I’d share a few of the key points from my presentation. What’s the biggest factor driving the future agent? Some people probably think technology. While regular readers will know I’m an unabashed fan... View article »
Posted in Mobility, Real estate commentary, Recruitment on 15th September, 2016

Glenn Curran presents at ‘Business of Real Estate’

This week I presented at the Business of Real Estate event on the Gold Coast. This event brings together industry leaders to talk about the future of real estate and the key trends and challenges we face. I spoke about the future real estate agent: what do they look like and how do we need to adapt our business to attract the best talent. I’ve attached a PDF copy here for those of you interested, I’ll also be writing further on the themes raised here over the next few weeks. Download a copy of my presentation here. View article »
Posted in Mobility, Real estate commentary, Recruitment, Technology on 15th September, 2016

3 ways mobility is changing real estate

I read an article recently in The Australian about how everything around us is speeding up. Everything seems faster and more competitive than ever before: we work more, sleep less, and are constantly connected to the wider world. While I’ll leave it to others to comment on the changes to society in general, the “constantly connected” theme works well with me as technology, and mobile technology in particular, has and will continue to revolutionise real estate. It’s hardly surprising: Australian’s are addicted to their mobile devices. Over 80% of Australians own at least one smartphone. These stats aren't new but... View article »