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This week’s most important property management news covers: Britain voting to leave the E.U., General Electric’s impact on CRE in Boston, unleashing your property teams, and #CRE on Twitter.
Let’s do this thing!
The votes are in, and it appears that the U.K. intends to leave the European Union. But some experts suggest that the move could in fact bring more CRE investors from across the pond to U.S. shores.
Unleashing Your Property Teams to Improve Tenant Satisfaction (Building Beat)
Tenant satisfaction is crucial to the long-term success of any CRE organization. Join Building Engines CEO, David Osborn, as he investigates how property managers can best unleash their teams to improve tenant relationships and their overall service experience.
For Boston Seaport, G.E. Was Just a Start (NY Times)
When the city of Boston captured the attention of General Electric, slated to relocate from their current Connecticut headquarters, it turned heads. But as The New York Times reports, G.E. isn’t the only company shipping up to Boston’s growing Seaport “Innovation District.”
TWEET THIS: #CRE IN 140 CHARACTERS (THEBROKERLIST)
- Social media has been transforming the way people communicate and do business, and it is now hitting the mainstream in CRE. Join RealMassive’s Erik Qualman, as he shares best practices for using Twitter to promote your CRE organization – all on TheBrokerList.
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