30 Sep #058: Michael Armstrong & Justin Hodgson | Kay & Burton
Trench Talk Podcast: Michael Armstrong & Justin Hodgson
The Kay & Burton name has been synonymous with luxury property in the Melbourne market, connecting buyers from around the globe with premium Melbourne and Mornington Peninsula real estate, for more than 80 years.
This is a conversation about the changes within the property sector and an insight into the future of property as the first mainstream signs of the industry adopting technology and embracing digital solutions emerge.
There’s no doubt, many efficiencies can be harnessed in the property sector using technology, but how to think about and when to move on different options has become very important. As we have seen, being to slow or to fast can be disastrous.
During this chat, we covered:
- both the good and the bad of real estate disruption
- technology strategies
- offline v online marketing, including social media
- customer experience
- opening new offices
- using WeChat to sell property
- analysing data to track property maintenance and artificial intelligence to drive decisions like buying, selling and renovating
- the Kay and Burton brand, and, as always,
- much more
You can learn more about Kay & Burton and find both Michael and Justin at kayburton.com.au.
If you do enjoy this episode, you may also like to go back to episode #004 of the Trench Talk Podcast which features Kay and Burton Managing Director Ross Savas and his own journey building a career in the real estate industry.
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