CCIM Feature

Who Ruled the Vendor Runway?

Who Ruled the Vendor Runway? At last month’s CCIM Live! conference, 11 exhibitors strutted their stuff on the Vendor Runway. Each exhibitor had eight minutes to explain how their product or service could help CCIMs close deals in style. The following companies demonstrated the value of their services, but in the end only one had the top design. View all of the Vendor Runway exhibitor presentations and judge for yourself.

Winner

Real Estate Assistant — A Microsoft Outlook/Office-compatible commercial-property and contact-tracking system.

Other Exhibitors

Catylist — Commercial information exchanges for real estate associations.

Cole Real Estate Investments — Commercial real estate investment management firm focused on net-leased properties.

ESRI — GIS mapping software, data, and industry expertise for improved site selection and land acquisition.

HP Calculators — Financial calculators such as the HP 12C, which calculates loan payments, net present value, internal rate of return, and more.

LoopNet — An online commercial real estate listing service that also offers apps for mobile devices.

NewDirt — An online preference-matching platform that allows brokers to market land sites to potential buyers.

ProspectNow — A nationwide database of six million commercial building owners and a contact management system.

Re/Max — Commercial real estate brokerage services.

REI Wise — Financial analysis, integrated marketing, and transaction management tools.

RICS — The RICS Global Commercial Property Survey tracks changes in sentiment among property professionals working in more than 45 countries.

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