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12 Ways Real Estate Developers Can Focus On Customer Experience First
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12 Ways Real Estate Developers Can Focus On Customer Experience First

The real estate industry has gone through a rollercoaster in recent months. The last year has been as unpredictable as it has been worrying to many developers. To deal with consumers’ changing attitudes, real estate companies have had to adjust how they interact with clients. A company that’s currently still focused only on making as…

Strategy And Consistency: Keys To Success In Real Estate Marketing
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Strategy And Consistency: Keys To Success In Real Estate Marketing

Owner and Qualifying Broker at Rhino Realty Property Management and Rhino Realty B&B, entrepreneur, investor, advisor, author and speaker. getty Marketing real estate isn’t an exact science, and for that reason, it can be perplexing. Consistency is the key to successful marketing outcomes. You can’t know what method will be the most effective for you if you…

Five Things To Consider When Choosing AI-Driven Proptech For Your Multifamily Operation
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Five Things To Consider When Choosing AI-Driven Proptech For Your Multifamily Operation

Elik Jaeger President & CEO at SuiteSpot Technology, frictionless facilities management PropTech for multifamily operators.  getty Many multifamily operators are still making important decisions about property operations, maintenance, budgeting and more with little to no real-time data because they simply don’t have it available. Instead, they try to make sense of an unorganized “data dump” for…

As Competition For Top Real Estate Talent Heats Up, Employers Aren’t The Only Ones Being Hyper-Selective
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As Competition For Top Real Estate Talent Heats Up, Employers Aren’t The Only Ones Being Hyper-Selective

Oli Farago, Co-Founder and CEO of Coyote Software. getty The talent war brewing in the commercial real estate industry remains competitive, with employers parsing through a limited pool of top professionals who possess highly sought-after skills and experiences. Surprisingly, the pandemic has not eased this tug-of-war. In fact, remote working mandates have hastened the hunt for…

Two Keys To A Win/Win/Win Approach To Commercial Real Estate
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Two Keys To A Win/Win/Win Approach To Commercial Real Estate

Chris Sands, Founder and CEO, Sands Investment Group (SIG). getty In commercial real estate sales, a common philosophy is the “win-win or no deal” approach. This suggests that both parties in a transaction should aim for a mutually beneficial outcome or walk away from the deal altogether. This brings both parties’ needs into consideration while anticipating…

How Real Estate Can Help You Achieve A Lasting Legacy
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How Real Estate Can Help You Achieve A Lasting Legacy

Don is CEO of DLP Real Estate Capital, a leader in single/multi-family RE brokerage, investment/asset/property mgt., construction, lending. getty It’s one thing to dream about striking it rich, but quite another to steadily create and grow your wealth through hard work and discipline over many years. So, why do so many — even the very successful…

Big Tech, Low Taxes, Plenty Of Sunshine: Seizing Opportunity In Florida’s Growing Real Estate Market
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Big Tech, Low Taxes, Plenty Of Sunshine: Seizing Opportunity In Florida’s Growing Real Estate Market

Piquet Realty Founder and President. Skydiver, Ironman Triathlete, JiuJitsu Fighter and Race Car Driver on the weekends. getty The frigid temperatures in the Northeast are no longer the only driving factor in why entrepreneurs, businesses and snowbirds are eyeing South Florida as a private paradise. Partial lockdowns and restrictions across the U.S. have inspired many to…