You can’t be a CRE blogger and not talk about Amazon. They have single-handedly impacted not only the way the entire retail space operates, but the physical structures of commercial real estate, as well.
A lot of us are just getting used to working with the millennial generation, that collaborative, flexible, socially-conscious demographic that makes up the majority of the current workforce.
No offense, but no matter how big your data is, it might not be doing what it could be. In actuality, its massive size can really be a barrier to getting the most out of the information it contains.
When most of us hear the term “over-sharing,” we recall our sister posting 50 photos of her engagement ring or a colleague providing in-depth coverage of his vacation in the Poconos.
Big data, big deals, big markets…our business is full of imposing things. They obviously deserve some attention, but I’m here to tell you that the big things are not the most important.
Being on top of things in the tech world can give you an edge in pretty much any industry, and CRE is no exception.
We love how technology has transformed the way we do business and the way we're able to communicate with our clients.
With flexibility and mobility on the rise as a “must have” for the new generation of workers, it would be wise to consider the idea of coworking spaces, especially if you’re a start up!
It’s hard to believe we are in the last quarter of 2015! The year has been filled with new technology, studies, and trends that are changing the way we work in the commercial industry.