Real estate platform with real estate advices from LiveIO

EU real estate tips? is a new real estate portal aimed at helping real estate agents and individuals to buy real estate properties in Europe. We will also discuss about a few real estate market tricks mixed with some analysis of 2019-2020 real estate market trends in EU.

There has been a growing hype about the introduction of AI in the real estate sector. But how will this be introduced? AI can be a powerful partner when it comes to improve building efficiency and safety. Companies like WeWork, and smart buildings like The Edge (see the video below), are already putting their cards on the table when it comes to analysing user behaviour in their shared office space to redesign the spaces, and to improve their services offer. For sure you already had the feeling of “God, I forgot to buy Carrie’s present and her birthday is in 3 days”, and then you though “I am buying something quickly online”. The customers expectations when buying, and towards the deliver date, pushed logistics business to take a giant leap that might face a few challenges. We’re going to see investments in network communications in the same way we may have looked at hard infrastructure investment in the past. PWC Report 2020.

Why are real estate investors still flocking to Europe? Just a few years ago, everyone was predicting the end of Europe, especially the end of continental Europe. But we have still seen ever-increasing property prices as investors flock to the markets; Berlin, Lisbon, Dublin, Rotterdam, and Zagreb are among the European cities experiencing high levels of growth. Real estate markets in Europe, however, whether commercial or residential, are actually very expensive. Considering that crises are high and property assets are trading at incredibly low property yields; this makes the underlying value of properties very high. So how is it possible that a continent experiencing modest economic growth with a still-low inflation – though improving, albeit slowly – continues to attract global investors? The answer is simple: it’s all linked to the monetary policy of the European Central Bank (ECB), and it has nothing to do with real estate. The ECB has a loose monetary policy of keeping interest rates artificially low; on 25 July 2019, it decided to keep them unchanged at 0.00%, 0.25% and -0.40% for as long as necessary. Investors, therefore, don’t see any other possibility than investing in real estate. Buying stocks can be too risky as they are volatile, and bonds are expensive considering yields are still hovering around very low levels. Read extra details Advertise Property Online.

Now let’s talk about a few real estate tips for agents: Marketing with flyers! Your social reach may be huge, but you won’t be able to reach people you don’t know. Flyers change that. Several key terms have been proven to increase sales, so you’ll definitely want them seen. Try the following: luxurious, captivating, impeccable, upgraded. You’ll soon see how powerful a tool language really is. Leverage social media: Post regularly to your Facebook business page and any other social media platform you use. Videos make the best marketing content. Upload a video showing off a spectacular property to get people interested; or make a video where you’re talking about your favorite listing and giving advice. Make sure to share, share and share some more. Videos, articles and listings all make great, smart content for your Facebook page.

Why Liveio? A complete marketplace to find and advertise property online. The idea behind Liveio was formed around a big gap in the market. We, the Swedish founders of the service, couldn’t find a smart and innovative platform around that gave the user the opportunity to browse and compare properties in different countries. There existed national alternatives, but not really an online plattform that were able to integrate real-estate markets in the whole of Europe. After a couple intense months of developing we can now proudly present the smoothest and most comprehensive way to buy, sell and rent property. Source: