Real Estate Industry to Get Meta Fast

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Dallas, TX - Mar 17, 2017 - According to Futurist Jack Uldrich, nanoparticle-enhanced and “meta” construction materials, Big Data, virtual shopping malls, 3D Printing and structures connected to the Internet by thousands of sensors are just a few of the ways technology will alter real estate in coming years.

In addition to being a futurist, Jack Uldrich is a best-selling author and keynote speaker. He will be discussing how these trends, along with several other technological game changers, will affect the future of the industry for NAI Global on Monday, March 20 in Dallas, TX.

Everyone in the real estate industry, ranging from agents to designers to construction workers, will need to increase their awareness of the advances in technology because at the end of the day these technologies will radically impact their future.

Jack Uldrich, Urban Futurist

“Everyone in the industry, ranging from agents to designers to construction workers, will need to increase their awareness of the advances in technology because at the end of the day these technologies will radically impact their future,” says Uldrich.

As technologies like metamaterials become more affordable and accessible, Uldrich says they will, “quickly become more cost-efficient to manufacture.” He believes making the goods here in the US vs. manufacturing off-shore is also in the cards. 

Speaking both nationally and internationally, Uldrich’s recent clients in real estate and urban planning include the Oklahoma City Commercial Real Estate Council, the Urban Land Institute, Miami Downtown Council, Downtown Council of Minneapolis, The American Planning Association (association of urban planners), and The Institute of Transportation. 

Parties interested in learning more about him, his books, his daily blog or his speaking availability are encouraged to visit his website.

Source : Jack Uldrich & The School of Unlearning
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