Did you know that email subject lines play a big part in actually encouraging people to open, read, and engage your messages? We’ve discussed best practices for increasing your email click-through rate in the past, but let’s take some time to explore tips and strategies specifically for subject lines.
As a long-spanning result of the pandemic, the logistics industry is facing challenges right now. However, it’s also been a period of record growth and expansion for warehousing and the industrial sector.
While client outreach has certainly evolved to become digital-first, that doesn’t mean that traditional methods for contacting your sphere and staying top of mind have all become outdated.
After years of working from home, the workforce has been easing back into the office as markets reopen and pandemic restrictions are lifting across the globe.
By Jeffrey D. Fisher, Ph.D.
The National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (www.NCREIF.org) tracks the performance of over 10,000 investment-grade, income-producing properties with a market value of $897 billion. The properties are held in funds that are managed by investment management firms on behalf of their investors. The market value breakdown by property type is about 28% office, 27% apartment, 15% retail, 30% industrial and less than 1% hotel properties. The NPI includes property data covering over 100 CBSAs. The quarterly total return for the NPI was 5.33%% for the first quarter of 2022 and the rolling annual return for the past four quarters was 21.86% which is the highest since the first quarter of 1980 and the second highest in the 44-year history of the NPI.
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Email marketing is an essential tool for commercial real estate brokerages looking to connect with their spheres, expand their audience, and follow up with prospects and leads.
Now that the industry is transitioning into a hybrid work environment in an effort to boost resilience and flexibility, real estate team leaders are challenged with re-calibrating their back-end operations.
While you’re busy generating new leads and facilitating transactions , every real estate business needs its CRM to be in its best shape — all the time.
After a tough year facing continual pandemic-related stressors and disruptions, the commercial real estate industry is proving itself to be more resilient than ever. Despite the market closures and changes to business-as-usual, global real estate investment skyrocketed in 2021.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, it’s no secret that needs and plans significantly changed for a number of industries — commercial real estate included. The pandemic not only revolutionized the world of work for today, but also into the foreseeable future, as well. But what does this sudden shift in workplace operations mean for physical space, including office design, use, and overall demand?