The future of the land brokerage industry


Aaron Graham | AZBigMedia

As virtually all businesses are now having to quickly pivot to meet the expectations of their consumers amid the coronavirus pandemic, how extremely relevant a glimpse into the rapidly changing land brokerage industry is today, which has been impacted by technological advancements and changing consumer behavior. 

Technology’s Disruption of the Land Brokerage Industry, and the Coronavirus Pandemic Acting as a Catalyst

Even prior to COVID-19, the impact technology was making on both our personal lives and businesses was palpable. We knew technology had forever changed us: how we receive our news and information, communicate, shop, bank, receive our education, get entertained, and now, visit with our doctors. But we didn’t fully understand how quickly the benefits of technology would shift from being a convenience to becoming an absolute necessity, overnight. Our world came to a screeching halt a few months ago, and it’s clear the innovative, forward-thinking businesses aren’t the ones having to stop their dribble to pivot; they are going straight to the hoop for the score. Technology has taken over, whether we want it to or not.


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