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  • New startup will allow taxis to compete with ride-share apps
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    New startup will allow taxis to compete with ride-share apps

     (NEW YORK, NY) – NYC taxis are making a comeback. Since the city has been introduced to ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Lyft, taxis have seen a dip in customers as well as more road traffic. As part of a two-year pilot program, a new smartphone app for yellow […]

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    Will real estate agents become obsolete?

    (NEW YORK, NY) — The rise of technology in the real estate industry questions the importance of real estate agents. Apps such as Zillow and Trulia give prospective homebuyers the ability to browse through listings at their own convenience without the help of an agent. Not only can homebuyers search […]

  • New York City’s role in the real estate technology revolution
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    New York City’s role in the real estate technology revolution

    (NEW YORK, NY) — New York City is a prime location for real estate tech companies. The potential for tech-driven innovation is beginning to disrupt the old patterns of the real estate industry. Firms and agents are constantly looking for new technology that will make them stand out. Why are tech […]