The Global PropTech Confidence Index© is the experts' view on the future of the market.
2016 Q4 Summary FIndings
Overall, the Q4 2016 Investors’ Index was 8.2, up from 8.0 in Q2 2016, while the Q4 2016 Startups’ Index was 6.6, up from 5.4 in Q2 2016.
92% of PropTech investors expect to match or exceed the number of investments in 2017 compared to 2016, demonstrating confidence in the growing PropTech sector.
57% of investors expect to see more M&A activity in 2017, as recently seen in the VTS-Hightower merger, which many consider the tip of the PropTech M&A iceberg.
63% of startups are forecasting at least 2X revenues or more for 2017, compared to their 2016 numbers, demonstrating strong sales growth optimism.
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2016 Q2 SUMMARY FINDINGS
Investors are significantly more confident about the real estate tech market than entrepreneurs
Investors and startups both expect the market to get more competitive—except for finance & investment and consumer / broker tech
Investors are leaning in, but entrepreneurs (particularly on the West Coast) are very skeptical of funding availability and exit opportunities
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Special Thanks To:
Partners: Ryan Baxter, Carl Hum, Jamie McShane, and Mike Slattery at the Real Estate Board of New York
Report Contributors: Zach Aarons, Afrin Bhuiyan, Aaron Block, Italia Hernandez, Clelia Peters, Evan Pettit, Philip Russo, Sami Siddiqui, Clara Winder, Monika Wysocki