All the lessons that we’re learning during COVID-19’s unprecedented circumstances won’t be long forgotten. The massive amounts of new data, analytics, and possibilities that are coming into play are set to transform the way grocery stores operate forever.
When nearly all of us are under some degree of stay-home orders, the in-person facet of real estate is going digital. As a result, real estate pros are harnessing the powers of PropTech to keep business flowing while still respecting social distancing best practices.
While no one knows how long the home-life will last, we’re all trying to make the most out of this situation. Adapting is key to keep business afloat during this unpredictable situation, and there are a few helpful strategies that CRE agents can employ to elevate their remote workflows.
And that’s why a property website should be unique and distinct for every property. The website—consider it the digital front door—welcomes each prospect in with a focus on the best attributes. Today’s tenants expect an experience just like shopping on Amazon, binge-watching a new Netflix series or reading the latest news headlines. And future tenants and investors want that same ease when looking for their next property.
Amazon is breathing new life into the American shopping module – and they’re using grocery stores to get it done. After purchasing Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion, the online e-commerce giant has big plans for this beloved grocery chain.
Across the country, the coronavirus outbreak is beginning to affect real estate decision-making with the greatest impact to commercial property markets likely to be in development, finance, hotel, retail and industrial sectors.
Providing tenants operational liberties and succeeding in limiting commercial waste is a precarious edge to walk. However, it’s not impossible. Here’s what CRE pros should keep in mind as they strive to create green assets while keeping tenants happy.
NAI Global is a top source for news, trends, and all the latest in the commercial real estate industry. As we’ve transitioned into 2020 and the new decade, let’s take a look at the most-read blogs to date!
The Monday afternoon General Session featured a panel discussion moderated by NAI Global President & CEO Jay Olshonsky, with panelists Scott Coombs, President of NAI Puget Sound Properties and Rob DesBrisay, Managing Partner of NAI Commercial Vancouver. The subject was near and dear to all attendees: Retaining Your Top Agents/Don’t Lose Them to the Competition.
This has an undeniable impact on commercial real estate - especially when it comes to the multifamily sector. The recent 2020 Apartment Resident Report conducted by the National Multifamily Council in partnership with Kingsley Associates is providing tons of insight into what contemporary renters are looking for this year.
Technology is reinventing the commercial real estate industry. It’s helping professionals in the business stay organized, optimize workflows, and streamline busy work - opening up more time to focus on what really matters.
The pressure is increasing for workspaces to be stylish, comfortable, productive, and all of the above. In 2020, the bar continues to rise and everyone working within CRE’s adapting office industry needs to be prepared.