Investor Perspectives – How to Solve the Real Estate Problem: Growth in the Real Estate Segment

Investor Perspectives – How to Solve the Real Estate Problem: Growth in the Real Estate Segment

October 19, 2021 by investor

This is Investor Perspectives. I’m the host of Investor Connect, Hall T Martin, where we connect startups and investors for funding.

In our new Investor Perspectives series entitled “How to Solve the Real Estate Problem”, you’ll hear about growth in the real estate space.

As the COVID pandemic passes, we emerge into a new world. The real estate space is now undergoing tremendous change as we shift to a new normal way of life. Work from home and the shift to working from anywhere is changing the real estate market. We have investors and startup founders describe the changes coming up.

Our guests are:

Chi Hathiramani, Chief Investment Officer, Casoro Group, 01:17
Brent Bowers, CEO, The Land Sharks,  05:34
Lauren Hardy, Founder, TMF Real Estate, 07:31
Wade Micoley, Founder and CEO, RealtyHive,  10:16

We hope you enjoy the show.

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