by CoyDavidson on January 13, 2017

Real Estate Tech News, a complete resource for all things real estate tech, will be announcing winners for their third annual Real Estate Tech Awards (RETAS) throughout this week. The survey, which was open to the public, was a popular vote to determine the 2016 “Best in Class” real estate technology companies, leaders and sites in the following categories:

1. Best Overall Real Estate Tech Site
2. Best Real Estate Tech Mobile App
3. Top Real Estate Tech VC
4. Most Innovative Real Estate Tech Founder/ Entrepreneur
5. Most Influential Real Estate Tech Thought Leader

For the second time, I was honored in the “most influential real estate tech thought leader” category. Winners of the 2016 RETAS were determined based on the amount of votes received. This year’s survey received the highest number or participants since Real Estate Tech News has been conducting the awards, with several thousand votes received. Real Estate Tech News conducts the RETAS every year in an effort to spotlight the most innovative companies and professionals in the real estate tech sector. To view winners from previous years, click here.

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