Millennials are quickly growing to become a dominant force in the workplace as well as in terms of consumer behavior and drivers of societal norms. So it only makes sense to take their values and needs into consideration when giving thought to commercial real estate technology.
HOUSTON-January 9, 2018-RealNex, a commercial real estate technology company, today announced the launch of its all new MarketPlace. The new public portal offers a free alternative to list and search a growing nationwide portfolio of property offerings. Built upon the 25-year legacy of PropertyLine and the innovative technology of Buzz Target, the MarketPlace launches with 250,000 listings across North America, totaling $450 billion for sale and 4.7 billion sf for lease.
Commercial real estate is an industry with inherent complications. Each product is unique, with its own strengths and weaknesses, and every deal requires multiple contributors -- builders, agents, brokers, lenders, and buyers and more. Of course, this is all before government obstacles such as permits and taxes. Keeping this in mind, here are four ways to improve your profits by simplifying your processes.
Working in the commercial real estate industry probably means you are constantly prospecting and looking for new leads. Whether you are prospecting through networking events, social media or other means, one prospecting tool that might get overlooked is your very own CRM. Let’s dig into how to prospect that particular goldmine:
In today’s workplace, company culture is a big factor – not only in attracting great talent, but also in retaining it. This is no different in a brokerage where culture can be a big asset in attracting and retaining top producers. Even more important, however, is the recognition that company culture can be used to develop top producers.
Our mission at RealNex is to provide you with solutions that can help to streamline and improve your business’s productivity. To this end, we are concerned with every step of the implementation process – from the back-end operations all the way to adoption. We’ve found that a significant factor in implementation of any CRM is to proactively plan for a successful rollout. With research showing that sales teams that use a CRM can increase customer satisfaction by 66%, it is imperative that your rollout is executed properly to ensure all users are on board.
It seems as if there is a continual stream of blog posts and articles about how technology is changing and shaping our lives. The CRE industry is no exception. Withing the industry technology functions as a series of ripples that continue to move ever faster and stronger as they pulse from the center, altering the way we work and attract business. Certainly, technological advancements in the last decade have impacted CRE by making information and transactions more accessible and faster-paced.