This week on GetConnected AT WORK, our hosts, Mike Agerbo and Chris Pereira, speak with Ricardo Ameerali, Vancouver’s Real Estate Therapist to discuss the ways in which technology has changed residential real estate. Historically, the real estate industry has been known to be slow to adopt new technology trends but with the move to put the MLS online, the way we search for real estate in Canada changed drastically. But what about other areas of residential real estate–how has technology reshaped the industry? And how does this affect the experience of buyers and sellers? Most importantly, what can we expect for the future of residential real estate?
Discussing everything from marketing to negotiation to document signing, Ricardo gives us an inside look at the way residential real estate has been affected by technology and the emergency of innovative PropTech, or property technology.
About Ricardo Ameerali
Vancouver’s Real Estate Therapist, Ricardo takes a holistic approach to his clients’ real estate needs. Taking the time to understand each client’s history, level of experience with real estate, personality type, timeline, family situation and vision for the future, Ricardo helps clients develop a practical plan for achieving their real estate goals
Whether a client intends to buy or sell a home, buy cash flowing property, fix and flip properties or sell a large portfolio of properties, Ricardo combines the right tools and resources to help them reach their goals and exceed their expectations. With experience in every aspect of residential real estate from being a landlord, to being an investor, and working as an AirBNB specialist, Ricardo draws on a wide breadth of real estate experience.
Combining his love for people with his passion for real estate, Ricardo is committed to helping his clients reach their real estate goals. To see what Ricard is currently working on, find him at ricardoameerali.comricardoameerali.com and onInstagram