Prop Tech for Real Estate Professionals

Technology that changes the use of real estate



In each monthly discussion, real estate executives are introduced to new business models that are transforming how real estate is used. As technology continues to innovate and become a larger part of all parts of our lives, new business models are emerging that are affecting the use and demand on real estate space. We can live, work, and shop anywhere thereby diminishing the influence of “exclusivity” and “need to be” locations. Technology is reducing the friction in the marketing and leasing processes forever altering the discovery, information sharing, revenue, and valuations of properties as real estate demand becomes hospitality based.


PadSplit is a marketplace technology company that helps to solve the affordable housing crisis, one room at a time. Through its shared-housing model, the company aligns incentives between cities, nonprofits, and property owners to spur cost-effective housing creation without public subsidy, all while providing safe and affordable workforce housing. Headquartered in Atlanta, PadSplit operates in several cities throughout the United States, including Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Jacksonville, Richmond, New Orleans, Tampa and Indianapolis. For more information about the company or how to become a member or property owner, visit

with Frank Furman

Frank Furman is the Chief Growth Officer at PadSplit. Prior to PadSplit, he worked as a Category Director at Georgia Pacific and as an Engagement Manager for McKinsey & Company in London and Atlanta. A former infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps, he commanded at the platoon and company levels and served two tours in Afghanistan. He has a B.S in Aeronautical Engineering from the United States Naval Academy and an M.S. in Applied Physics from Johns Hopkins University. He and his wife Caelyn live in Atlanta, and have three children, Rudyard, Byron, and Winniefred.

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Nov 02 2021


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm