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Startups have blown open the UK property market, offering everything from short-term stays to that big house sale, all at the swipe of a finger. Many operating in traditional companies are struggling to keep up and the sector is ripe for disruption.

Last month Tech City News and LendInvest held a round-table to look at the future of the property market . Confidence abounds, but what is clear is that there is still a lot to do if startups are going to manage to shake up the industry.

We spoke to some of proptech’s key players to get their thoughts on the future of sector. Here’s what they had to say.

 

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  • I completely agree with the comments about how technology can driven better customer experiences by automating and optimising long and stressful processes in the property sector – there’s huge opportunity for this! Also really good to hear that sentiment of working together and not being locked in soles, couldn’t agree more.

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