Tech Trends in 2017: MoveIn.Space

The California Real Estate magazine’s November/December issue (page 12) noted MoveIn.Space as one of the first 3 tech trends in 2017 poised to change the way you work.

Tech Trends in 2017: Innovative tech, sites, and apps poised to change the way you work

On page 12 of the magazine by California Association of Realtors, author Dave Johnson says,

Innovations like 3D and VR may be a great peek into the future, but tech is also solving problems as old as real estate itself. In the world of property management, for example, how does the landlord or tenant prove that “it was like that at move-in”? There’s the move-in report, of course, but it’s fraught with problems. It’s on paper, for starters. And it often lacks specificity and visual evidence like detailed photos. Here’s a problem begging for some sort of high-tech solution.


We want to thank REPlexus’s Josh (@RealEstateTek) for creating this opportunity and for representing MoveIn.Space.

NYC Real Estate Expo in New York NY, on September 29, 2016

Our artificial intelligence Natural Language Processing strategy was first presented to the public as part of this presentation at NYC Real Estate Expo 2016.

NYC Real Estate Expo 2016

NYC Real Estate Expo (#NYCREE) 2016, which focuses on brokers and property owners, had even more PropTech than last year.

At noon, [Josh Rosenthal (@RealEstateTek)] presented “Artificial Intelligence to Benefit Brokers & Agents”. This topic drew a large and interactive crowd to the technology room.

When people say, “how does MoveIn.Space make money?” The answer involves mining the (sanitized) content provided in the reports.