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AI, VR and Voice technology- The Future Of Real Estate & Cash Flow Real Estate With Lane Kawaoka

AI, VR and Voice technology- The Future Of Real Estate & Cash Flow Real Estate With Lane Kawaoka

Our world is getting more digital each and every day. In today’s continuation of our Future of Real Estate and Lending series Joe talks about the 3 main components that are sure to become part of real estate transactions. Artificial intelligence, voice technology and virtual reality are working their way into mainstream technology and Joe is here to explain how realtors and lenders alike will need to adapt and meet consumer needs.

There’s a difference between cash flow investing and appreciation investing. Saying Aloha from Hawaii is Simple Passive Cash Flow’s Lane Kawaoka, a full time engineer who been investing in real estate since he accidentally became a landlord. Lane believes real estate just makes sense for beginning investors because a growing population can’t simply be solved using technology. Click HERE to learn about Lane and how you can start investing in real estate.



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