The T3 Tech Marketplace is a curated collection of real estate technology companies, organized into categories that align with the products and services each company offers. Real estate brokerages, agents and teams can find all of the product information they need to easily compare and select real estate technologies that will help them grow and streamline their businesses, all in one place. As a bonus, T3 Sixty’s Tech 500 badge identifies real estate’s leading tech products, from companies with happy customers, great support, forward-thinking product roadmaps, and innovative tools.
To make it easy for real estate professionals to find the technology they need, the T3 Tech Marketplace groups products into approximately 100 sub-categories, defined by how the products are actually used and where they fit into the consumer funnel. For example, selecting Agent Recruiting Platform below will bring you to a page where all of the products available to real estate professionals to help with agent recruiting are displayed. Each product category is displayed below with the number of products per category. Click on a category and use the filters to find products that match the features, integrations and characteristics you need. From within a category, select up to three products to do a side by side comparison. You can also click into individual products to contact the company directly and get more information.
Back office solutions are the proptech that most often power brokerage operations aspects of a real estate brokerage. Support staff, agents, and leadership are the direct beneficiaries of these tools. This category includes real estate tools that assist with integrations, ancillary services, and business planning.
Through its ongoing real estate industry research and thousands of brokerage consultations, T3 Sixty has developed a list of core technology solutions. These tools are the most necessary to operate a real estate brokerage well. The optimal solutions will vary based on a brokerage's operating profile, but the critical proprech needs do not. Below is a list of the recommended core technologies.