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Kathleen Stubbs and Jeff Gray

Property Edge - 18 Nov 2020


Kathleen Stubbs, Jeff Gray, Oriel Morrison, Ben Gaze

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With banks, including ANZ, revising previously bearish house price forecasts, this week on Property Edge Oriel and Ben discuss whether 2021 could be the “annus mirabilis” the world has been holding its breath for.

Moving on to commercial real estate, Kathleen Stubbs, CIO of JLL Australia & New Zealand joins our dynamic duo and tells us that Canberra is bucking the vacancy rate trend, with government services taking up some of the space there. Having joined JLL in February, Kathleen oversaw the smooth transition to working from home and with a workforce now acutely aware of well being and health, she tackles the most elusive of questions on behalf of JLL’s clients, that of what next?

For PropTechNow this week, Shaneal Sharma tells us about hardware/software solution for key management, KeyWhere. Describing the offering as a CRM for keys, Shaneal suggests those of you in the property management space might like to take a look at this!

And finally tonight, Jeff Gray from Propic joins to tell us how big data and artificial intelligence are being used to solve two major problems in real estate, those being customer experience and the scaling of valuable data. With a UK pilot customer already in tow and plans for the US underway, Propic looks set for success at home here in Australia and internationally.

Catch Property Edge with Oriel Morrison and Ben Gaze, each Wednesday at 7pm AEDT.

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18 November, 2020