As we continue to return to the office after the COVID-induced lockdown, technology will undoubtedly be at the heart of every workplace. From enhanced communication to faster processes, companies are looking to make the workplace safer and deliver a better product to their customers.
Sustainability is a growing movement in many industries today, including commercial real estate. Every day, more and more commercial building owners are actively committing to sustainable and environmentally friendly remodels, in order to help them protect the environment while also saving money, increasing property value, and attracting investors.
The world was thrown for a loop when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and the real estate industry was no exception. Between people losing their jobs and a huge number of companies shifting to a remote model of working, the year in lockdown had a tremendous impact on the commercial real estate market in the United States.
The days of employees sitting at their desk in an office from 9 to 5 are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Today’s workforce is more often working from home, working from a coworking shared space, or working on the go. What we’re seeing is a huge shift from the traditional model of working to a new approach, referred to as the on-demand workforce, lending to more inclusion and diversity in the workforce.
This may come as a surprise to traditionally-minded agents, but this isn’t an area to compromise on. CRM software has changed so much over the last decade. The chances are that it isn’t what you think it is anymore.
We live in a tech-savvy world and businesses rely heavily on technology to move their business forward. Specifically, Commercial Real Estate agents and property managers alike have turned to digital services to increase efficiency while improving customer service and engagement. RealNex, a CRE software, is an intuitive program strategically designed to be an all-in-one solution for property managers. As a result, RealNex is the only software you will ever need.
The RealNex Webinar Series hosted by CEO Jeffrey Finn continued on Thursday August 26 with the Mid-Year 2021 CRE Market Update featuring Dr. Jeffrey Fisher. Dr. Fisher highlighted the continued strength of the overall market lead by record performance in the industrial sector, and the white-hot residential sector fueled by the growing institutional appetite for single-family rentals. The industrial market achieved its highest quarterly returns ever and the overall market realized the best quarter in over a decade
Nowadays, the real estate industry keeps pace with technology’s rapid evolution. This business eagerly explores the ways that the newest technologies can be adopted to streamline real estate workflows.