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2016 was a big year for the CRE industry, with plenty of technological advancements paving the way for even bigger developments in 2017. Our team at ProspectNow strives to stay on top of the trends in CRE, sharing new developments in our blog throughout the year.
These posts are a great resource for all things commercial real estate, including new trends in CRETech. In case you missed any of our blog posts from the last year, here are the highlights of our most viewed posts in 2016.
Building a rapport with prospective clients is one of the most important steps you can take towards sealing the deal. This can take time, but certain strategies can help to speed up the process.
Over the last 5 years, the CRE industry has undergone a rapid series of technological innovations. These innovations have solved long standing issues in the CRE market, but they have also raised the bar when it comes to running a successful CRE brokerage. It is vital to stay on top of emerging market trends and new technologies in order to compete in the current CRE market.
While nobody enjoys prospecting, it is a necessary part of building up your business. It is important to be as prepared as possible before you begin prospecting, and making sure you know which questions to ask and when can be the difference between success and failure.
Selling CRE requires an ongoing balance between taking action and patiently waiting. Staying on top of your always changing list of properties, prospects, and transactions can be challenging, but making sure that every phone call or email has and end goal can help to cut down on time wasted during the sale process.
One of the most time consuming parts of selling commercial real estate is prospecting. Identifying potential clients is a crucial part of the sale process, but minimizing the number of dead ends you follow can help to save time and increase productivity.
Prospecting is time consuming, but knowing everything you can about your prospective buyers before you even pick up the phone can help to save time and money.
Every real estate agent wants to increase their productivity and efficiency, so it is important to explore all the tools at your disposal. These tools include a growing number of smartphone apps that can help you stay organized and keep your priorities straight.
Keeping your email list up to date is a vital part of networking. Email marketing will frequently produce the highest rate of return when you analyze the costs and benefits of all your marketing strategies, so it is important to make sure you have up to date email information for all of your contacts while continuing to expand your email list.
Twitter is quickly becoming an invaluable tool for any real estate broker. Having a strong online presence is vital to building and maintaining relationships and connecting via twitter is a quick and easy way to accomplish this.