On-Demand Webinar - Getting Out of Excel: Leveraging Technology to Reduce Risk, Increase Accuracy, and Provide Transparency

Watch the video for an expert panel discussion about leveraging technology to reduce spreadsheet risk, increase accuracy, provide transparency, and enable scalability.

On-Demand Webinar - How to Capitalize on Market Opportunities & Exceed Investor Expectations

Fill out the form for an expert panel discussion about leveraging technology to address emerging trends and to exceed investor expectations.

On-Demand Webinar - Identifying and Managing CRE Investment Opportunities

From opportunity zones to crowdfunding to off-market deals, there are more opportunities now than ever before to invest in commercial real estate. And leveraging data and technology can really help to differentiate your firm in these scenarios.

On-Demand Webinar - Opportunity Zones: The What, Why, & How for CRE Professionals

The US economy relies on a handful of major cities to drive new business and growth, while economically distressed communities continue to see declines in local businesses. Opportunity zones were developed to address some of these disparities and ultimately create a new asset class.

On-Demand Panel - How Greater Transparency Leads to More Efficient CRE Markets

Over 60% of investors cite degree of transparency as being an important consideration for their investment – they need on-demand, real-time insights into how their money is performing and where it’s going. While the idea of ‘transparency’ is certainly a hot topic now, what role will this concept play as the CRE landscape continues to evolve?

On-Demand Webinar - How to Adapt to Shifting Investor Expectations in the CRE Industry

The commercial real estate industry looks different now than it did just a few years ago. As the market continues to evolve, so do investor expectations and behaviors. Investors are seeking – and even demanding – more engagement, improved communication, and better access to pertinent information regarding their investments.

On-Demand Webinar - CRE Tech Best Practices: Unlocking Back-Office Efficiencies

The commercial real estate industry has historically been a slow adopter of new technology, lagging behind other sectors. However, the pace of innovation is accelerating, and new technologies are disrupting the industry, fueled by demand from forward-thinking CRE professionals.

On-Demand Webinar - Managing Private Investments

Investors and their advisors are increasing their attention to private investments. Many economists look at today’s financial markets and speculate that a correction is coming and that the bull market will soon slow, or has already substantially begun to correct, as to US and international equities.

On-Demand Webinar - How to Access & Deploy Capital Efficiently in CRE

Fill out the form to hear a discussion with industry leaders about how to efficiently access and deploy capital for commercial real estate in 2019.
On-Demand Webinar – Transformation within CRE: CFO, Technology, and Leadership

On-Demand Webinar – Transformation within CRE: CFO, Technology, and Leadership

The speed of innovation and disruption in commercial real estate is accelerating. This pace of change and its effects on the industry are transforming how we navigate the marketplace, form strategies, and otherwise conduct business.
Commercial Real Estate Outlook: The Convergence of Capital, Regulation, and Technology

On-Demand Webinar - Commercial Real Estate Outlook: The Convergence of Capital, Regulation, and Technology

The commercial real estate industry looks different now than it did just a few years ago. With new challenges, opportunities, and investor expectations, the market continues to evolve, and it’s doing so at an accelerating rate.
Where Are We in the CRE Cycle?

On-Demand Webinar - Where Are We in the CRE Cycle?

As much as we would like it to, the commercial real estate market won’t always go up. The CRE market is cyclical, but where exactly are we in the cycle? How will it affect different locations and asset classes? And what does that mean for CRE owners and investors?