Promote Listings in Real-Time on Leavitt Digital via your own Website: LDCRE Launches API

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LDCRE recently launched its API (Application Program Interface) allowing Commercial Real Estate brokerage firms to connect their inventory directly from their listing platform to Leavitt Digital’s listing platform. This enables CRE brokerage firms to market their listings for FREE on the largest open network, listing platform while saving hundreds of hours of data implementation and data management. Adding, editing, or deleting listings on a company’s website will have the same impact on Leavitt Digital.

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How does the CRE Market know you’re awesome?

Your Company is closing deals (acquisitions, dispositions, development, sales, leasing, finance, etc.), but how does anyone other than the 20 people that saw your LinkedIn post, or Twitter post know that your company is doing a great job?

Nobody likes braggers, but people always like seeing transaction news, market insights, and educated market forecasting.  LDCRE Commercial Real Estate News syndicates its articles to 500 news websites throughout the globe, helping our network increase its local and global market reach (for free). Become a contributing author and syndicate Commercial Real Estate News articles via LDCRE News around the globe.  Continue reading How does the CRE Market know you’re awesome?

What’s the Deal with LDCRE’s Free Commercial Real Estate Listing & Search Platform?

We’ve all used paid listing/ search platforms for CRE in the past. Some of us have paid to list and/or paid to search, while others used the free platform that allow for viewing of all the ugly duckling assets that have been shopped for 60 days that no one wants to buy.

This has been the system ever since Black’s Guide closed their doors.  Do you remember Black’s Guide? It may seem like a million years ago, but Black’s Guide closed their doors on July 9, 2010. At one point almost every person in commercial real estate had at least one Black’s Guide asset/ broker directory on the corner of their desk.

The fall of Black’s Guide, was much more than just a company closing its doors; it showed that the CRE industry was ready to embrace technology (to some degree). The fall of Black’s Guide can be attributed to a handful of CRE listing platforms Continue reading What’s the Deal with LDCRE’s Free Commercial Real Estate Listing & Search Platform?

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