GEM Preview

The GEM is a community of the world’s most innovative and diverse real estate creatives, doers, and pioneers.

Latest articles

Blueprinting Proptech: Foxy AI

Blueprinting Proptech: Foxy AI

[Editor’s Note: The GEM is a real estate tech think-tank comprised of 500+ founders, executives, VCs, and practitioners. Our mission is to attract the 1,500 most forward-thinking, and diverse, innovators. Below is a sample of one of the in-depth startup briefings from our Blueprinting Proptech…

Read Article »
Geek Estate July Monthly Radar 2022

Geek Estate July Monthly Radar 2022

Members of the GEM (“Geek Estate Mastermind”) have access to original strategic analysis, a weekly digest to stay in the proptech know, private highly curated events, and a private forum complete with over 220 long-form essays in the archives. Below is a wrap-up for the…

Read Article »
Imminentness of Mortgage Infrastructure and Customer Adoption

Imminentness of Mortgage Infrastructure and Customer Adoption

[Editor’s Note: Below is the full text of our 216th Weekly Transmission, originally delivered direct to the inbox of more than 500 GEM members on June 15th, 2022.] The 30-year fixed mortgage rate is approaching 6%, no doubt catching the immediate attention of both the millions…

Read Article »
Competing for the American Dream in a Rigged System

Competing for the American Dream in a Rigged System

[Editor’s Note: Below is the full text of Part I of our 214th Weekly Transmission, originally delivered direct to the inbox of more than 500 GEM members on June 2nd, 2022. Some links included below are to members-only articles.] Imagine sitting down to play a…

Read Article »
Untapped Real Estate in an Agent’s Pocket

Untapped Real Estate in an Agent’s Pocket

[Editor’s Note: Below is the full text of our 209th Weekly Transmission, originally delivered direct to the inbox of more than 500 GEM members on April 7th, 2022. Some links included below are to members-only articles.] Many are drawn to the real estate agent profession…

Read Article »
The Topic No One Will Touch with a Ten Foot Pole

The Topic No One Will Touch with a Ten Foot Pole

[Editor’s Note: Below is the full text of our 200th Weekly Transmission, originally delivered direct to inbox of more than 500 GEM members on January 27th, 2022. Some links included below are to members-only articles.] For our 200th Transmission (wow…that’s a lot), I thought I’d…

Read Article »
State of the GEM 2022

State of the GEM 2022

[Editor’s Note: Below, maintaining the tradition started a year ago, we report transparently on the makeup of the GEM and touch on what we’re focused on for 2022. Since it was originally published as an article for members, many links included are to prior members-only articles,…

Read Article »
Blueprinting Proptech: PadSplit

Blueprinting Proptech: PadSplit

[Editor’s Note: The GEM is a real estate tech think-tank comprised of 500+ founders, executives, VCs, and practitioners. Our mission is to attract the 1,500 most forward-thinking, and diverse, innovators. Below is a sample of one of the in-depth startup briefings from our Blueprinting Proptech…

Read Article »
Announcing Blueprinting Proptech, a structured methodology to analyze early-stage proptech companies

Announcing Blueprinting Proptech, a structured methodology to analyze early-stage proptech companies

The GEM exists to serve as an exclusive, objective lens into the trends, companies, people, and ideas shaping real estate technology. We do that through thought-provoking written analysis—like our first GEM series kicked off by Greg Fischer that dissected a range of players in the small landlord property management software…

Read Article »
Looking Forward to 2022: Climate Takes Center Court

Looking Forward to 2022: Climate Takes Center Court

[Editor’s Note: We publish a Weekly Transmission for GEM members, a series of long-form articles covering the spectrum from shipping container co-living spaces to the battle for listing acquisition in the first iBuyer world war. Below, we look forward to 2022 with a range of predictions…

Read Article »

Supported by