commercial real estate
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS OF CONNECTICUT (CT ABC) PRESENTS 2020 EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION AWARD WINNERS AN ADDED VALUE BONUS
Trumbull, Connecticut, December 7, 2020: The leadership of Associated Builders and Contractors of Connecticut (CT ABC) has partnered with CRE Collaborative to bring new business to its members via the CRECo.ai platform and its technology enablement training.
No one knows where the famous phrase originated or who coined it, but references to it date back to the Chicago Tribune Classifieds in 1926, and it was already a familiar expression back then.
To a real estate professional, "Location, Location, Location," is the one thing that cannot change.
CRE Collaborative to offer a new CRE Technology Enablement program for National and Regional Real Estate Associations across the US and Canada.
CRE Collaborative and Zip Analyser provide instant hyper-local market indicators on over 37,000,000 properties to help Commercial Real Estate Professionals prosper during the current COVID-19 market upheavals.
Yesterday I had a zoom call with 80+ female Realtors, mostly commercial but 30 residential. We all met on Linked In.
Amid this COVID-19 world, filled with social distancing (i.e. minimizing contact with people), how does an industry built on relationships thrive or even hope to survive?
Social distancing is defined as "Avoiding public transportation whenever possible, limiting nonessential travel, working from home, and skipping social gatherings — and not going to networking events crowded bars or sporting events."
Commercial Real Estate–CRE Tech is evolving at an astonishing rate. What CRE broker or brokerage has time to determine which group of these new technologies will make their work easier and focused on closing deals faster? CRE Collaborative is here to bring you that expertise.
CRE Collaborative’s platform (CRECo.ai) aggregates commercial real estate data in one integrated database. Its efficient, easy-to-use portal, enables quick access to all relevant industry data & technology: