Alex Silber

Inspiring Self-Improvement in Property Management

Inspiring Self-Improvement in Property Management

We talk a lot about improving tenant service delivery. But what we haven’t really discussed, or even mentioned, is self-improvement in property management. Aiming for the moon, and hitting a star type of stuff. And no, I’m not talking about a New Year’s resolution to hit the gym, or a promise to read a certain […]

The People Have Spoken! Here is the Top Content of 2015

The People Have Spoken! Here is the Top Content of 2015

In 2015 we created a LOT of content centered on Property Management, from definitive guides to podcasts, and infographics covering the CRE Tech landscape – all of it designed to help you improve your service delivery, and tenant satisfaction. So it seems only fitting that we share the Top Content of 2015, as determined from […]

ENHANCE: Extended Suite Work Orders

ENHANCE: Extended Suite Work Orders

You asked for it, so we built it. As we reported in our recent ‘Product Bytes’ post, it is now possible to select an exact location within a building when submitting a self-reported work order.   Let’s see what adding a suite location looks like Meet Janet. Janet is a property manager at the 999 Peachtree […]

Setting the Table for CRE Tech Acceptance

Setting the Table for CRE Tech Acceptance

In the most recent entry in our ‘CRE Tech Talks’ podcast series, Scott Sidman (SVP here at Building Engines) spoke with Brandon Sedloff, the SVP of Corporate Relations at the Urban Land Institute, on the nature of creating meaningful CRE conversations. The podcast touched on a number of great talking points (pun intended), from the […]

Why Some Property Managers Always ‘Wing it,’ and What to Do About It

Why Some Property Managers Always ‘Wing it,’ and What to Do About It

Making decisions can be a nerve-wracking experience for any property manager. The constant pressure to meet (and exceed) tenant expectations, while also addressing the requirements of property executives can be a lot to handle. So why do some property managers almost always ‘wing it’ when it comes to making critical decisions? Some might answer that […]

CRE Tech Talks #8: Creating Meaningful Tech Conversations

CRE Tech Talks #8: Creating Meaningful Tech Conversations

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 Brandon Sedloff, SVP, Corporate Relations at the […]

The New Look, Work Order Cancellations, and Suite Availability

The New Look, Work Order Cancellations, and Suite Availability

Hello, and welcome to Product Bytes, where we announce the latest functional updates to the Building Engines platform. These can be small in nature, or include the addition of completely new features, brought about by user suggestions, usability trends, and our internal product development team. In this update, we’ll briefly cover the: Continued transition to […]

Service Delivery & Exceeding Tenant Expectations

Service Delivery & Exceeding Tenant Expectations

Your tenants demand, and deserve the best, and it is up to you to make sure that your team is delivering. Unfortunately there are certain realities that can make that job difficult, including the need to cut costs, reduce workloads, and back up your actions with data. So how can you, the property manager, possibly […]

The Building Engines Team Gets Spooky

The Building Engines Team Gets Spooky

It’s Halloween time, and for the Building Engines team that means it is time to dress up, have some good food, and take a quick break! (Before getting right back to work, of course!) Here are some of our favorite office costumes:

5 Things Successful Property Managers Do Every Day

5 Things Successful Property Managers Do Every Day

Whether you are a longtime property manager, or new to the job, chances are good that you have picked up a few habits – some good, and some bad. But how can you tell which habits are which, or that you even have them at all? Simple: Always be willing to listen, evaluate, and adapt. […]