- 7 Tech Trends That Will Change Your Business
Business computing choices are becoming more complex — from cloud computing and software as a service to ascertaining the best security measures and managing by exception. These technologies are changing the way you do business on a daily basis. In
- Making the Move to Virtual Inspections
Cost and time savings for off-site inspections are still dependent on the human element, even as interest grows during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Disruption Ahead!
Who will be the Uber of commercial real estate?
Every new generation demands and creates new ways of living, working, and doing business. Millennials, who will comprise 70 percent of the workforce by 2030, want to break free of the cubicle, and prefer an open, flexible work culture that allows them to work an
- Adapt or Die
Four tech experts weigh in on innovation and its impact on all sectors of commercial real estate.
Amazon isn't just an online book retailer, just as IBM was never solely about keyboards and microchips. These companies leveraged innovation to become global giants that changed everyday life for billions. W
- STDB: The Next Generation
For more than 15 years, STDB, the Site To Do Business, has been providing CCIM members with access to some of the most advanced technology tools in the commercial real estate industry. Working closely with Esri and Xceligent, STDB has
- 2012’s Top Technology
Robert Rein, CCIM, associate vice president at NAI REOC Austin in Austin, Texas, started with the iPad. After his BlackBerry died a little over a year ago, he completed his Apple conversion with the iPhone. “Everyone is looking for a
- Seeing Tech's Potential
Building information modeling can streamline the design, development, and operation of properties of all types.
- Functional Fliers
Despite recent technological innovations, property fliers continue to be an integral part of commercial real estate marketing programs. “Flier preparation is how I become really knowledgeable about the property,” says Hugh J. Wade, CCIM, of Spire Commercial in Anchorage, Alaska,
- Cultural Revolution
Driverless vehicles are coming, and coming fast. Many of the world’s largest and most prestigious corporations are investing billions in the technology, and it's going to change the commercial real estate landscape.
- Tools to Go Solo
After working in commercial real estate for 13 years, Chad Grout, CCIM, principal broker at Urban Grout Commercial Real Estate, in Nashville, Tenn., started his own business in 2011. He was driven not only by the challenge and opportunity of
- Tech Checks Into Multifamily
Technology can help the multifamily sector continue its strong performance as the U.S. emerges from the pandemic.
- Commercial Real Estate Apps
Apple’s App Store recently surpassed 25 billion app downloads. How many of those were for commercial real estate? Not many, especially when compared to the number of residential real estate apps. But in commercial real estate, an industry where hustle