If you’re active in the commercial real estate industry, you likely have a technology stack.
Everyone has their eyes on the multifamily market activity as we move into the new year. Here’s a list of four of the biggest multifamily trends we’re watching in 2022 and into 2023.
As we move forward in our digital-first world, many professional presentations are now being powered by technology.
We're in the era of social media, but not every trend translates to business. However, we have our eyes on a few key social media trends that are specifically beneficial for commercial real estate professionals.
We've been hearing about the supply chain issues since the pandemic first introduced major interruptions to production, transportation, and consumer demand — but what's going on with the situation now? Mainly, how is this affecting the commercial real estate industry?
Q2 2022 Market Cycle Monitor Reports
All commercial real estate markets tracked by Glenn Mueller, Ph.D, were in expansion mode nationally at the end of Q2 2022. Dr. Mueller reported his findings during the October 6, 2022 RealNex Webinar Series Session, hosted by RealNex CEO Jeffrey Finn. Dr. Mueller’s Real Estate Market Cycle Monitor has been tracking each primary commercial real estate sector since 1990. It monitors the supply and demand fundamentals of each sector in the top 54 markets nationally. The study analyzes how supply and demand drives occupancy, rental growth and income growth and then plots each market along a continuum from Recovery, Expansion to Hyper Supply and Recession.
Topics: RealNex Webinar Series
Being consistent with your brand messaging is one of the most important business-building tips to hone in 2022.
When you are building out your company’s arsenal of technologies, there are two approaches you can abide by — either opting for all-in-one software, or by purchasing technologies one at a time.
The future of work has been dominating recent commercial real estate conversations since the workforce was able to get back into the office after working remotely throughout the most severe point of the pandemic.
Sustainability has been a major topic of discussion throughout the past few years, but it’s become top of mind for the commercial real estate industry in 2022.