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Weekly Building Beat: The 80's, Comebacks, and CRE Merger Mania

You’ve got a lot going on. We get it. It isn’t easy to find the time to scour the internet for the latest property management and co...

Aug 26 by Alex Silber
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Weekly Building Beat: The 80's, Comebacks, and CRE Merger Mania

Weekly Building Beat: The 80’s, Comebacks, and CRE Merger Mania

You’ve got a lot going on. We get it. It isn’t easy to find the time to scour the internet for the latest property management and commercial real estate news when you’ve got a job to do. With ‘The Weekly Building Beat,’ you won’t have to waste time searching. We hand-select the best industry content […]

Love it or Hate it: Millennials are Changing CRE

Love it or Hate it: Millennials are Changing CRE

I have a confession to make – I am a millennial. This fact may be scary to some, but I promise that anything you’re thinking I’ve heard before. There are countless articles and video segments calling out “lazy and entitled millennials,” saying that we’re to blame for ruining pretty much everything. The Olympics, the wine […]

Weekly Building Beat: Securing Property Data in #CRE, Office Amenities, and Liability

Weekly Building Beat: Securing Property Data in #CRE, Office Amenities, and Liability

You’ve got a lot going on. We get it. It isn’t easy to find the time to scour the internet for the latest property management and commercial real estate news when you’ve got a job to do. With ‘The Weekly Building Beat,’ you won’t have to waste time searching. We hand-select the best industry content […]

Why It's Important to "Lock Down" Your Property Data

Why It’s Important to “Lock Down” Your Property Data

Commercial real estate (CRE) organizations are known for their relative hesitation when it comes to moving to adopt new technologies, and changes in process. To put it simply, the consensus has been: “Why change what already works?” And it makes sense. Many folks have been trained that it is safer to keep your competitive, trade-secret cards […]

BOMA 2016 Recap: Insight, Education, Conversation, and a Boat Cruise

BOMA 2016 Recap: Insight, Education, Conversation, and a Boat Cruise

In reflecting on our 14th BOMA Conference attended (where does the time go?) , it was interesting to think back to our first show (Chicago 2002?) and how much has changed as well as how much has stayed the same. For you Francophiles out there, that’s – plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. Although […]

Weekly Building Beat: Millenials, Too Much Stuff, and #CRETech

Weekly Building Beat: Millenials, Too Much Stuff, and #CRETech

You’ve got a lot going on. We get it. It isn’t easy to find the time to scour the internet for the latest property management and commercial real estate news when you’ve got a job to do. With ‘The Weekly Building Beat,’ you won’t have to waste time searching. We hand-select the best industry content […]

The CRE Owner's Guide to Working with Startups

The CRE Owner’s Guide to Working with Startups

Startups are booming right now, and as an underserved market in the commercial real estate (CRE) space, there’s more competition now than ever for renting out smaller, more flexible office spaces. And while coworking spaces are the hot new thing, providing an attractive alternative to traditional offices, remote working is also becoming more standard for […]

CRE Tech Talks #12: The Digital Economy and How Tenants Evaluate Office Space

CRE Tech Talks #12: The Digital Economy and How Tenants Evaluate Office Space

Technology is changing the business of commercial real estate. This show is about helping CRE Executives improve their tech IQ, so they can make informed decisions that will help their organization innovate, grow and stay competitive.  In our latest podcast, Building Engines SVP Scott Sidman is joined by Arie Barendrecht, CEO of WiredScore. In this […]

Weekly Building Beat: Brexit, G.E., and #CRE on Twitter

Weekly Building Beat: Brexit, G.E., and #CRE on Twitter

You’ve got a lot going on. We get it. It isn’t easy to find the time to scour the internet for the latest property management and commercial real estate news when you’ve got a job to do. With ‘The Weekly Building Beat,’ you won’t have to waste time searching. We hand-select the best industry content […]

Unleashing Your Property Teams to Improve Tenant Satisfaction

Unleashing Your Property Teams to Improve Tenant Satisfaction

“Team” does not mean “you”. Not to butcher the obvious, but it’s also not just a group of “yous”. Like music, “Team” requires more than a single note – like happiness, more than a single laugh. Team is a group condition carefully nurtured over time through soft stuff like trust and responsibility, and hard stuff […]

The Power of CREative Praise

The Power of CREative Praise

Carrots and Sticks I distinctly remember the big smile on one of my employees faces the first time I handed him a performance based bonus check. We had had a mandate to complete a large project by the end of the month, and while we were making progress toward our goal, I was starting to […]

The Best Way to Manage Demanding Tenants

The Best Way to Manage Demanding Tenants

Property managers and operators operate live in a demanding world. Striving for operational and financial success means balancing the complex needs of building ownership, vendors, and most importantly – tenants. Strong tenant relationships and efficiently managed tenant demands are an anchor for long-term property operations success. Service obligations to tenants in medical, retail, and commercial […]

Weekly Building Beat: RECon, CRE Mergers, and the IoT

Weekly Building Beat: RECon, CRE Mergers, and the IoT

You’ve got a lot going on. We get it. It isn’t easy to find the time to scour the internet for the latest property management and commercial real estate news when you’ve got a job to do. With ‘The Weekly Building Beat,’ you won’t have to waste time searching. We hand-select the best industry content […]

Property Management Incidents You NEVER Want to See, and How to Avoid Them

Property Management Incidents You NEVER Want to See, and How to Avoid Them

Tell me if you’ve had a morning like this… My morning was going great. I just sat down in the management office of my building with a nice cup of coffee, just the way I like it, from my favorite coffee shop. Traffic was light coming in, with no horn honking or accidents to delay […]