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Consolidation in PropTech

In the below article, PropTech (aka property technology) CEOs, venture capitalists, and others in the space share what they foresee for the industry in 2023. Their answers ranged from a dip in investments to increased mergers, and more.  

Here are a few of our takeaways and what we see coming in 2023.

  1. Companies raising the most money are also the ones consolidating their operations. This is because there is little to no money available to fund negative cash-flow business. These companies are having to focus on streamlining their operations and becoming more efficient to stay afloat. 
  2. Simplicity is key. With so many proptech companies competing for a limited pool of funding, those that can offer solutions that are easy to use and provide quick and visible results are likely to be the ones that succeed.
  3. Data-driving decision making is more important than ever. With so much information available, it is crucial for companies to have access to accurate and up-to-date data in order to make informed decisions.

These predictions are what inspired us to create OS Deal View and OS Lend DB, which provide real estate professionals with easy-to-use tools for tracking and analyzing deals and loans. Our goal is to help our clients make faster and more informed decisions, and to help them stay ahead of the competition in the proptech space.

Want to know more about how you can position your company for success in 2023? Shoot me an email.

Charlie Coppola
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Proptech in 2023: Top Principals and Investors Sound Off

They foresee a dip in investment, more mergers and acquisitions — a lot more — and a continued focus on ESG

The questions asked in late October were: What makes you most excited about proptech in 2023? What real estate sector will proptech affect most? Will startup investment and M&A decrease or increase? And what keeps you up at night about proptech in the coming year?



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