If you’re anything like us, you’re always looking for ways to maximize your productivity and work more efficiently. Whether new to commercial real estate or a seasoned veteran, there is always room to improve your systems and processes for increased efficiency. One of the best things you can do is use customer relationship management software at work — but not just any CRM will do.
Leasing managers and agents, are you looking to streamline your commercial real estate workflows in 2023 and beyond to have a more productive and efficient year?
Want to get more done in less time, with less friction, and less stress? Your best bet for streamlining your commercial real estate workflow in the new year is to leverage RealNex.
RealNex was pleased to host another quarterly Commercial Real Estate Market Update with Dr. Jeffrey Fisher. During the session Dr. Fisher presented his perspective based on year-end 2022 data as reported by members of the National Council of Commercial Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries (NCREIF) with additional analysis from a host of market experts. In addition to his perspective the audience provided real time market insights through a series of polls.
The office sector went through many shifts in 2022. Now, the turn of the new year has invited many new trends that will shape the future of the office industry.
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?