As international buyers continue to invest in the United States’ commercial real estate market, 3D Virtual Reality technology is easing the friction caused by time differences and travel expenses. These technologies are helping to speed up the process by offering unique experiences and perspective to international buyers looking to invest in American real estate.
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Returns for institutional real estate investors remained steady at about a 7% annual return through the first quarter of 2018. The total return was 1.70% in the first quarter, down slightly from 1.80% last quarter, but up slightly from the 1st quarter of 2017 as seen in the chart below. These are the national returns from the NCREIF Property Index (NPI). The NPI reflects investment performance for 7,553 commercial properties, totaling $567 billion of market value held by large institutional investors in the US.
It’s time to boost your spring business and get into gear as the months warm up. As the temperature gets warmer, your business has the potential to be on fire with these five ways to spring into spring with a strong lead flow.
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Few of us would argue with the idea that leads must be carefully managed and nurtured in order to make a sale. This is the lifeblood of CRE and many other industries. Still, with the masses of correspondence and data they deal with on a daily basis, brokers can find it challenging to address this aspect of their work as well as they would like.
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Technology is revolutionizing commercial real estate and changing the way commercial real estate brokers work. What are the top technology trends the real estate industry will want to keep its eye on?
As Millennials continue to flood the workforce, it’s only natural that their habits, wants and needs are changing the commercial real estate landscape. What do millennials look for in a real estate agent? Here are the four things today’s millennials want from their real estate agent.
We all know the real estate industry is slow to adopt new technology, but there are a few ways you can help your agents adopt to all of the new and exciting real estate technology available. There are processes you can implement to smooth the transition to the new technology. Check out these three ways you can help your agent adopt new real estate technology.