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Problem: crucial CRE data is kept behind closed doors CRE is known for its reluctance to share industry information. Although the common aim is to achieve greater transparency — because it helps investors...
Problem: Time-consuming pre-lease due diligence checks and a large number of parties in a CRE transaction Today, each CRE transaction goes through the hands and systems of numerous third parties....
Throughout this blog, we’ve been sharing insights as to why tech-enabled brokerages are going to become the future of the commercial real estate industry. Now, it seems high time to reveal more details on...
The commercial real estate (CRE) industry is en route to a major technological disruption — blockchain is expected to transform the CRE experience for brokers, landlords and tenants. In this post, let’s...
CRE property search is not set up for speed and efficiency Today, CRE search occurs almost entirely via an MLS or property portal. Using these shared databases,...
Growing global interest in CRE has triggered a large growth of real estate tech startups during 2008–2017 according to Deloitte: “… cumulative investments in these startups soared from $2.4 billion to $33.7...
Problem: a complicated decision-making process that is further obscured by the lack of data Given the state of existing systems, CRE management teams struggle to make educated decisions quickly. They lack...
Now is “the most exciting and interesting time to be involved in commercial real estate”, according to the CBRE Global Real Estate Market Outlook 2017. One good reason to join...
In the second part of our series on the issues common with CRE, this post explores some more industry problems that CRE professionals are struggling to address. Emerging technology like blockchain and artificial...
Now is “the most exciting and interesting time to be involved in commercial real estate”, according to the CBRE Global Real Estate Market Outlook 2017. The industry’s performance is steadily improving thanks to...