Big data reveals Korean real estate secrets & find your next deal with Naver Land

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Description

It's a brave new world when it comes to real estate investing. Crowdfunding, drones, 3-D modeling, "smart" buildings. These are just a few examples of how technology is revolutionizing how we invest. But perhaps the biggest changes have come in the area of data. With advanced computing, an investor now has an overwhelming amount of information to sift through before making a decision.

This month, members of the Seoul Real Estate Investing Meetup are invited to hear two people who are at the forefront of this “big data” revolution in Korean real estate: Mike De'Shazer and his wife, Jeein.

Together, they founded KorEstate (http://www.korestate.com), a real estate tech company that has been amassing millions of data points regarding the Korean rental and purchase market.

During their presentation, they plan to reveal some of the latest trend data that can help you invest smarter.

Also, and in keeping with the theme of technological tools that are revolutionizing investing, we will have a special workshop on using Naver Land to find real estate deals. So, bring your laptop if you want some hands on participation.

If you’re serious about investing in real estate and you want to equip yourself with the latest tools and data to outclass, out-think, and out-strategize the competition, then you won’t want to miss out!

Date/time

Saturday, July 23 from 2 PM to 4 PM

Venue

10K City Hall

Location

JEI Building 2nd Floor, 16, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul (Google Map) / 서울특별시 중구 을지로 16 재능교육빌딩 2층 (Naver Map)

Directions

Get off at Euljiro 1-ga subway station (을지로입구역) and go out of exit 8. Walk straight for about 3 to 4 minutes and follow the road round to the left and past Hotel President. 10K City Hall is just past Hotel President and overlooking Seoul Plaza.

Participation fee

10,000 won (includes a coffee or tea from the on-site coffee shop, mugnpot: http://mugnpot.com/)