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Homebuyers now need to spend up to 140 years paying off a home – Htag
Member NewsHomebuyers now need to spend up to 140 years paying off a home – HtagREAD MOREProptech Association Australia announces finalists in 2023 Proptech AwardsProptech Association Australia is delighted to…
Proptech Association Australia announces finalists in 2023 Proptech Awards
Proptech Association Australia is delighted to announce the finalists in the 2023 Proptech Awards, the only nationally coordinated awards for Australia’s booming property technology sector.   “We received 153 entries in…
Last chance to enter!
You asked and we listened! Many of you said you needed a little more time to complete your Proptech Awards entry, so we’ve pushed the deadline to Friday, May 12, at…
System to fix bottlenecks in development planning
Former PEXA C-suite executive John Zak has joined proptech scaleup LARKI to help fix planning bottlenecks using digital collaboration. LARKI, which is focused on 3D and AI technology for architectural…
Property-buying platform expands to Queensland
Families will be able to buy a home in Queensland with a deposit of just $10,000 thanks to a new partnership between property-buying platform Coposit and builder Catapult Homes. Catapult…
DisplaySweet develops game-changing showroom for developer
Australian integrated property developer Aqualand has set a new benchmark in property marketing thanks to its collaboration with proptech DisplaySweet. The showroom in Aqualand’s latest project, the $1 billion mixed-use…
AI automates 20,000 conversations for independent agency
Proptech Rental Heroes has worked with independently owned real estate agency, Little Real Estate, to implement AI technology called “Alex” across their 12 offices.    Rental Heroes co-founder Ben Burton said…
Coposit helps buyers break deposit barrier
Sydney proptech Coposit has cracked the deposit-saving barrier with its pilot project after buyers used the platform to secure apartments in the new $56 million The George project by Civic…
$3.75m seed round as Downsizer goes after Baby Boomers
Sydney-based startup Downsizer has raised $3.75 million seed capital to accelerate the growth of its SaaS platform operating at the intersections of fintech, proptech and insurtech. The round was led…
PlanRadar appointed to $786m Tasmanian infrastructure project
PlanRadar has been appointed key software vendor for engineering inspections and reports on Tasmania’s largest transport infrastructure project. The $786 million project to connect Bridgewater and Granton with a 1km…
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