Technology is ‘learning’ to look at images of property and assess the value. Chief analytics architect at CoreLogic, Scott Matthews, explains what this means for the future of buying property and the humans in the process.
Teaching Machines To Understand Property
According to the latest data collected for CoreLogic’s preliminary commercial real estate auctions results, the national auction clearance lifted to 57.8% this reporting period having tracked below 50% for most of April.
A strata-titled, retail and commercial building on the city fringe has been put on the market through JLL Brisbane.