Paris-based business partners Robin Rivaton and Vincent Pavanello are investing in real estate technology startups in New York City and Paris and they wrote a book on the topic. The French businessmen co-authored a new book focused on innovation and properties, “Make Real Estate Great Again“. The message of the book is aimed to transform real estate and push innovative ideas in the industry.
The book title may seem very similar to a political catch phrase used during the 2016 election, but Pavanello insists that the name was chosen to get the industry’s attention of those inside and outside of the real estate industry.
“Our main goal is to change real estate and make it more fitting and less expensive to meet people’s needs, ” Pavanello said. “The book is an in-depth analysis of the real estate industry. We conducted more than 100 interviews while creating it.”
In addition to writing “Make Real Estate Great Again” Rivaton and Pavanello want to help entrepreneurs with the same passion for real estate and technology.
“We’re creating a new real estate capital fund to help startups in the United States and Europe create more Realestech products, the intersection of real estate and technology. Our goal is to help startups enter new clients and enter new markets. We’ve already secured about 35 million. Our goal is to raise 60 million for our capital fund. ”
The business partners want to use the money it raises to help US-based real estate technology businesses enter the Paris Market and Paris-based real estate tech startups enter the US Market through New York City.
The book “Make Real Estate Great Again” covers PropTech, Real Estech and Construction Tech. The authors discuss greener construction, the collision of technology with traditional real estate and how processes in real estate and construction can thrive using modernized techniques to keep with a changing industry.
The book also covers the evolution of management roles that have a big impact on business. Relationships between the tenant and management in a changing society are also a topic mentioned in the book. The authors discuss some tenants need to be mobile and how management has to become more flexible with leasing terms in order to secure renters of diverse lifestyle types.
To learn more about Rivaton, Pavanello and “Make Real Estate Great Again” visit Realestech.EU