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Building Engines Blog | Commercial Real Estate
Drawing in new tenants can be an arduous task. It doesn’t matter how much your property has to offer if you aren’t advertising those details effectively to potential clients.
Older buildings tend to be less efficient than their more modern counterparts. Aging materials, damage and outdated construction techniques lead to high energy consumption at properties built several decades ago. However, that doesn’t mean that the facilities can’t be upgraded to improve their efficiency and provide companies with significant savings.
As a provider of property management and tenant services software, we live and breathe data. We thrive on helping property management teams get a grasp of what to do with “all that information”. So we are very excited for the opportunity to educate the masses about how to turn all that information into useful data. […]
We hate to blow the horn every time we hear a story about the market getting better, but a new survey by the National Association of Realtors found that 58 percent of real estate professionals felt the commercial market would improve in 2014 is nothing to sneeze at. These results coincide with the returning confidence in other real […]
Always wondered what it would be like to mingle with the beautiful…er…powerful people? Observer Media just released released its 6th Annual list of The Power 100– which includes the profiles of real estate game changers in New York. The list includes major landlords, commercial and residential brokers, politicians, architects, financiers, hoteliers, bloggers and many more. […]
Working in commercial real estate can be tough, even dismal and dreary at times. Looking at pictures of precious baby animals is not. You have to juggle dealing with disconnected vendors, angry tenants, frustrated maintenance staff, and ornery engineers – and you don’t always hear what you want to. Inspired by postcards from “Grandma’s Dead: Breaking Bad News with Baby Animals,” we’ve decided to soften some of the difficult situations that arise in commercial real estate by blasting your eyes with cuteness.
As Seth Godin says, it’s not always one or the other.
In the case of Accounting System providers for the Commercial Real Estate market, the conversation is usually dominated by the big companies and products that many are familiar with.
According to an article in Buildings Magazine, Where America Goes to Work, the commercial real estate industry offers a significant contribution to the the U.S. economy.