November 05, 2018
Utilizing technology is a great way to improve your workflows and the level of service you can provide for your clients. Whether you are generating content for marketing purposes, generating leads, or just managing your business activities, here are 5 great tools to help you make more commercial real estate deals.
- Microsoft OneDrive
OneDrive integrates with Microsoft Office, so users can easily access Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents anywhere through the cloud. The system allows users to simultaneously edit documents and create and share folders. Need to share property photos that are too big for email? Share a link to the folder using OneDrive! It is a great way for you to manage your property content between your smartphone and your computer. Continue reading Top apps for Commercial Real Estate Agents
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”
February 27, 2017
LDCRE is pleased to announce its listing syndication partnership with Buildout! Buildout is a Commercial Real Estate marketing and document creation platform designed to unburden commercial real estate brokers of much of the administrative work that goes into creating marketing materials and listing properties on the broker’s website, as well as on third party websites. This partnership enables Buildout clients to easily post their listings and updates on LDCRE’s Free Commercial Real Estate Listing Distribution Platform via Buildout.
LD: What career path did you want to take when you were in college?
VR: I wasn’t a career-oriented kid. I wanted to hang out and play in a band. I studied physics in college because I liked physics, not because I thought it would get me a job. Continue reading Spotlight Interview: Vishu Ramanathan/ CEO, Buildout Inc.
February 20, 2017
Buildout and LDCRE’s partnership enables Buildout clients to increase their local and global market reach via LDCRE’s commercial real estate listing platform and listing distribution network of 500 News Websites throughout the world, growing to 2,000 News Websites over the next 24 months. This partnership allows commercial real estate professionals to increase the local and global market reach on their respective listings, while increasing the ease and accessibility of accurate commercial real estate listings to parties all over the world.
Continue reading Buildout and LDCRE (Leavitt Digital) Forge Strategic Syndication Partnership
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…
September 01, 2015
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?