Reimagining The Home Buying And Selling Experience

This report provides a high-level overview of how the home buying experience is changing, highlighting key trends related to the experience of buying and selling. It is supported by best-in-class examples from the real estate sector and beyond, in order to provide inspiration and showcase the opportunity for innovation within the home buying experience with new approaches for keeping buyers engaged throughout the sales funnel.

Published November 2019

This 10-page report includes:

  • 9 thought starters to help create a future-forward buyer experience
  • 7 trends that outline how retailers are transforming the home buying and selling experience by offering elevated services and benefits
  • 14 trend-supporting exemplary case studies
  • Industry stats and insights to support further research

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