June 29, 2021
LDCRE is pleased to announce the adding of another great syndication partner to grow our Commercial Real Estate MarketPlace. RealNex is a highly regarded CRM and MarketPlace solution with a great reputation. This partnership allows RealNex’s clients to increase the market reach on their listings by syndicating their listings in RealNex to LDCRE and reaching LDCRE Investments’ investors.
LDCRE Investments functions as an extension of LDCRE, working 24/7 on to promote opportunities listed in LDCRE. Our registered investors are notified immediately when new listings are added that match their investment specifications. This brings more product to LDCRE Investments’ investor base.
Continue reading RealNex adds LDCRE as a Channel Syndication Partner
February 12, 2018
NAR recently compiled a list of third party commercial real estate technology
companies that offer commercial real estate listing services, email marketing, and research as third party tools for NAR’s commercial real estate members. The Lists can be viewed at: Commercial Data & Listing Sources (NAR)
- Listing Platform Services (LDCRE is listed)
- Research Property Data (LDCRE is listed)
- Marketing/Email Blast Services
- Commercial Information Exchange/Commercial MLS Providers (LDCRE is listed)
Continue reading LDCRE included in National Association of Realtors’ (NAR) published list of “Commercial Data & Listing Resources”
December 07, 2017
LDCRE’s global Commercial Real Estate listing syndication enables Coldwell Banker Commercial® and CENTURY 21® domestic and international offices, agents and listings to enhance local and global CRE marketing through news websites around the globe.
For more information on Coldwell Banker Commercial or CENTURY 21 Commercial, visit: cbcworldwide.com or https://commercial.century21.com
Search $100+ Billion in commercial Real Estate for Sale and 3+ Billion square feet for lease across 7,600 global cities and 29 countries on LDCRE.com.
May 10, 2016
The listing is solid, but the traction is light, sound familiar? Obviously, the main reason brokers post listings are to sell, or lease properties. Sometimes the listing side does not think about the buying side when they post a listing for lease or for sale. People want all the major specs on the offering before they look into it. If you are leaving out most of the specs (Price, Cap Rate, Location, a Picture), or have “Contact us for more information” posted, you are going to see interest drop of, as people tend to assume the worse and/or that it’s over priced.
Continue reading Let’s Talk About Why Your Listing isn’t seeing any Traction…