Commercial Real Estate News for Thursday May 24

In Thursday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll give you a look at the NYC startup that’s shinning light on CRE, the Fannie-Freddie plan that has died out, and so much more.

This NYC Startup Brings New Insights to Commercial Real Estate

Real estate investments have taken off in recent decades, yet the process of accessing your commercial real estate data is still slow, fragmented and difficult to access. Taking a modern approach to CRE data, Real Factors is the platform that gives you access to all of your CRE data in a single place. 

Fannie-Freddie Overhaul Plan Is Dead for This Year, Senators Say

Republican Bob Corker of Tennessee and Democrat Mark Warner of Virginia commented on the status of the two companies Wednesday at a Senate Banking Committee.


10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (May 24, 2018)

Catch up on the latest in CRE today! 


 Technology-Supported Real Estate Is Finally Clicking For Managers

TLANTA, GA—Rapid technological change is coursing through all sectors of commercial real estate, disrupting traditional business models and practices. Dave Curry, senior regional manager, Franklin Street of Atlanta, gave his perspective on how the tech revolution continues to play out.


Deal brings two real estate firms together in Florence

Coldwell Banker McMillan and Associates said Wednesday that it had acquired Seaboard Properties, a local commercial property firm, in a deal that will bring residential and commercial property brokerage together in the same company.
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