Not all lending matchmaking services are equal. The number of platforms promising to hook up borrowers and lenders with ease is growing. Each lending marketplace focuses on different types of borrowers and lenders.
Ignorance is not bliss in the world of business. Owners know finding the right location is critical for success, but gathering essential data on area competition and local population demographics is a laborious process. Big businesses have it easy: they have teams and tools to run site analysis reports, are courted by major retail developments, and possess a well-known reputation to draw the community to the new location.
Commercial real estate investors turn to Hipercept for managing complex systems to better their portfolios. The company’s four available products focus on improving management through hard data analysis. Hipercept’s real estate investors find they better control their portfolio investments and minimize their risk thanks to the company’s tools.
Site 1001 turns buildings into smart facilities using a full-featured cloud-based management platform. The software is location aware and mobile accessible to help facility professionals work smarter. Site 1001 helps facility, property, and asset managers effectively manage their environments.
Real estate agents seeking a comprehensive back end platform use Zenergyst to speed up their processes from start to finish. Zenergyst is a cloud-based provider powering real estate transactions using a single system.
InnerSpace applies the power of GPS mapping technology indoors. The sensor builds 3D maps of interior spaces for better assessing foot traffic and location finding. The technology is ideal for commercial spaces, especially in office and retail, for use in property management and designing applications for customers. One InnerSpace product is a mobile application for embedding indoor positions.
Use smart intelligence to build real-time prospect lists with Capital Brain, a product recently launched by Monetarex. The data firm builds a relationship map in the middle-market commercial real estate industry to recommend the most probable buyers or investors to its members.
Create sleek, easy-to-edit property websites for your next marketing campaign using Koaware. The service offers a free demonstration where users can upload property photos and see how simple it is to create a modern and mobile-built website in minutes.
Brokerage and real estate firms have used Loft 47 to optimize their backdoor accounting processes. Now its integration with Dotloop, the leading platform for streamlining the buying and selling transactions, pushes efficiency to a new level.
Retailers and brands seeking to expand their international presence will benefit from the merger of temporary pop-up retail marketplaces Oui Open and Storefront. The merger means brands will be able to search for short-term retail space in Europe, Asia, and North America.
Residential and Commercial building managers will find CrowdComfort makes addressing building issues and keeping tenants happy easy. The product sprung from an innovation challenge asking, “what if people could use their smartphones to unlock inefficiencies in building and workplace management?” The answer is people could save time and money in tracking and fixing issues while boosting customer service.
Filling out multiple loan applications for a commercial real estate development is time-consuming. Dealing with mortgage brokers can be a hassle. PropertyGo simplifies the commercial real estate loan process by matching borrowers with banks and private lenders nationwide. The direct-to-lender service facilitates loan transactions for investment property deals ranging from $100,000 to $20 million.
With PieSync, you have the ability to sync data both two-way and in real-time between your connected cloud apps. As a prime example, if you use the CRM Follow Up Boss and maintain contacts in Google, you can use Mail Chimp for a successful drip email campaign. PieSync brings all of these apps together, allowing data to flow seamlessly in one, transparent tunnel.
To enable better communication and engagement between building managers, office workers, tenants, and local retailers, two Canada-based entrepreneurs, Kofi Gyekye and Clinton Robinson, developed Lane, a SaaS software platform.
A location analytics platform called PiinPoint launched in 2014. With this platform, developers, real estate brokers, and businesses can validate the success of different locations throughout North America. PiinPoint was founded in Canada with the goal to fundamentally change how people discover, validate, and grow locations without a great deal of work or stress.
Virtual reality is one of the best marketing tools used by professional real estate agents today. An agent can showcase a property so that even when a potential buyer is in a different city, state, or country, he or she has the opportunity to walk through every room of a commercial space as if there in person.
BoomTown is a powerful platform for both sales and marketing that is helping real estate brokerages and teams throughout the United States build strong and lasting relationships and grow their businesses. This SaaS company is fully dedicated to making the business of real estate simpler and more successful. For close to 10 years, this company has been the catalyst behind every stage of the journey that buyers and sellers experience. With this innovative sales and marketing solution, you will enjoy multiple benefits.
Prodigy Network works by connecting the global community with viable investment opportunities. With this platform, you can invest in institutional-quality real estate in major cities, including New York. The investment model of Prodigy Network is both disruptive and innovative. Because of this, the platform will help you identify large-scale and prime real estate assets that only large institutions or well-to-do investors previously had access to. Overall, this amazing product democratizes investments in real estate.
On any given day, literally thousands of appraisals are entrusted to Appraisal Flow. This management tool is powerful yet extremely easy to use. For order management, status tracking, and trends reporting, there is no tool that appraisers prefer most.
Thanks to CBRE Deal Flow, loan offerings from around the world are marketed, managed, and connected with property investors. This remarkable online marketplace is making a huge difference in the process of buying and selling real estate. In addition to its incredible features and functionality, this marketplace has become popular because it was built on a customized version of Real Capital Markets.
An increasing number of people working in larger cities want two things: safety and convenience. In response to this demand, an innovative app was developed that allows building occupants to control elevators and locks. The myPORT app has streamlined access control in office buildings.
One of the most efficient and effective ways of showing a property, whether residential, commercial, or industrial, is an interactive tour. This gives prospective buyers and renters the opportunity to view each room and space as if there in person. For you as the real estate professional, an interactive tour makes it easy to market people in another city, state, or even country, as well as those who simply cannot get away for an official showing.
Unfortunately, crime affects everyone, even real estate agents and brokers. Although many agencies now require two real estate agents to work together for open houses and showings, there are times when these professionals work alone. Because of ongoing risks, a number of companies have devised innovative technologies that enhance the safety and security of agents and brokers.
Little by little, states are making it legal for marijuana to be used for medicinal and recreational purposes. Interestingly, this has had an impact on not only people and businesses but also the real estate industry. A prime example is that commercial real estate tech startups are using green zones to map compliant marijuana properties.
Every once in a while, an amazing mobile app comes along that helps brokers be more effective. Designed specifically for real estate brokers in New York City, Falkon is revolutionizing the research and discovery process for properties. With this mobile-first app, data pertaining to virtually every freestanding property are available. This tool has enhanced the way that brokers research and canvass properties while on the move.
While the yearly Realtors Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo focuses heavily on political issues, the annual May Realtor Magazine is more interested how technological advancements affect the real estate world. In particular, real estate professionals have the opportunity to gain insight about free and affordable technology tools that can easily be integrated into their business.
Taking a modular approach to alleviating pain points for managing real estate, RE-Trax has become a popular cloud-based (SaaS) software platform solution. The process of managing real estate assets can be time-consuming, complex, inefficient, and challenging. Regardless if you want to improve processes as a longstanding brand or an emerging concept still in growth mode, this platform makes it easier to manage real estate with a simple yet highly intuitive solution.
As a free development pipeline tracking site, DevMap makes it possible to pinpoint locations quickly and efficiently. You can also access news pertaining to upcoming space for residential, commercial, and retail. Of the developments listed for various cities, virtually anyone can read, add, and edit information. Currently, there are more than 1,200 contributions and growing.
Citiesense LLC is a data-rich “City Map” that has proven to be highly beneficial for assisting cities with urban planning and development. People who use this web-based app have the ability to create custom and completely public maps, as well as share maps using analytical district dashboards and project pages. Leveraging current spatial data mapping technology, Citiesense LLC integrates easily with mapping platforms that are commonly used by private sector and government agencies.
Comfy, which is also known as Building Robotics, Inc., recently raised an impressive $12 million in Series B funding for an app that will save energy. The hope is that this innovative app will stop the thermostat war in office buildings once and for all.