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Inspecting the interior of every property in your stock is a monumental task, right? Not necessarily.
We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Proptech Innovation Network (PIN), a community of property technology innovators in the UK.
Stock condition surveys in their current form can be costly and time-consuming and may not always provide the necessary information.
Spotr is entering the UK market to help housing providers comply with increased regulation from the British government.
The Paris Agreements are driving an unprecedented transformation of global real estate, driving an increasing need for accurate property intelligence
More and more housing associations are using innovative technologies such as AI. Let’s have a look at three of them and their business case.
How do you trust the digital twin to never be outdated? Together with housing associations, Spotr and Luxs found the solution to this problem.
In a data-driven industry like real estate insurance, blind spots in data come at a cost. AI is helping to detect risks and underinsured properties.
Where do you start if you want to improve the livability of your real estate portfolio? Analyze the livability of your entire portfolio in Spotr.
Result-oriented collaboration is no longer a luxury, but it is much needed in view of the major challenges housing associations face.
A huge blocker for banks to move forward in C&E compliance, is their lack of data.
Spotr's new light-weight aerial sensing technology takes building inspection to the next level.
By switching to digital building surveys, housing associations are saving over 70% of surveying time and substantial annual surveying costs.
How upward extension can help solve the housing shortage in urban areas.
New colleague at Spotr: Jeroen Hagen
When making well-founded strategic decisions about property maintenance, having sufficient data is indispensable.
The company raised from international investors Volta Ventures, InnovationQuarter and Concrete Ventures.