The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) doesn’t just impact phones, factories, and fuels. The disruptive changes to the way we work, travel, and access information will have a deep impact on real estate markets as well. Three panelists, leaders from the industry and the academe, will introduce you to the future of real estate by demonstrating how it will be profoundly influenced by autonomous vehicles, property technology, and sustainable processes.
Disruption is sometimes called “creative destruction”. Industries that have once felt stable and untouchable are suddenly rocked by an idea or a technology that threatens it to its core. The automobile destroyed the horse and equestrian transportation industry. Ridesharing, in turn, appears to be forever changing how the next generation uses and purchases automobiles. So what “traditional industries” still remain? What is untouchable by disruption? What does it feel like to be the company wrecking this “creative destruction”? In this talk you will hear from a nationally recognized Johnny Hanna, CEO of Homie– a new startup technology platform disrupting the real estate industry. Hanna will share his own path towards disruption as well as share key insights for creating, making, and growing a disruptive technology.
Johnny Hanna is CEO and Co-Founder of Homie. Homie’s mission is to eliminate the 6% real estate commission. Homie offers a technology enabled team approach to help home sellers save $10,000 on average and rebates home buyers up to $5,000. Prior to Homie, Johnny was President and Co-Founder of Entrata, a real estate software company, where he helped the company grow to over $100 million in annual revenue. Johnny and his wife, Paige, have 6 boys, 1 little girl, and two puppies. Johnny graduated from BYU-Idaho as part of its first graduating class.