The glaring changes that have taken place over the past six years are becoming ever more apparent every day within real estate as the industry continues its path of recovery.
One of the biggest changes that’s taken place is the shift from the desktop to mobile devices; no secret there of course, as tablet sales are growing 52 percent faster than PC sales ever did.
With that has come the giant mobile advertising opportunity, which continues to grow and which experts view as largely untapped.
As the market continues its recovery, everyone who works within it is forced to re-evaluate and adapt to the shifts that have occurred in both technology and consumer behavior due to the advances in technology,
Consumers have gone mobile, brokerages are changing how their offices are set up and designed, real estate agents operating in local markets not only need to be mobile, but need to engage consumers via mobile.
Mobile advertising and the gap between time and money spent on mobile will close over the coming years and the stats show will close quickly.
Via: Consumer Change Brings Beneficial Ad Opportunities for Agents
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