KPIs or Key Performance Indicators are an effective way for commercial real estate investors to monitor their speed, accuracy, and adaptability when it comes to navigating through day-to-day tasks. Many CRE investors monitor the KPIs of their business by implementing different CRE technologies. These three metrics; speed, accuracy, and adaptability will ultimately help investors succeed in helping their own organizations make better and faster investment decisions.
A number of new and innovative commercial real estate technologies are helping a number of those involved in commercial real estate, but more recently they’ve been a great deal of help for the investor sector. How is CRE tech helping investors invest? Below are just a few ways that CRE technology is helping CRE investors:
CRE technology is helping CRE investors be more efficient and productive with their time. Ultimately allowing them to make faster and better informed decisions when it comes to investing in real estate. It’s essential that investors remain competitive in today’s market and in order to do so, they must be on their toes. Collaboration and communication within their teams and within their organization must be well organized and fluid in order to appropriately streamline the daily and important tasks involved with conducting real estate deals. CRE tech has allowed organizations to implement systems that allow for better organization and fluidity of tasks for each member of the team in order to keep the momentum of any deal flowing at an appropriate speed.
The ability of data to provide knowledge and influence our business decisions is incredible, especially within CRE where data is more important than ever. But the accuracy of this data may be even more important, any one can collect data, but insuring that the data itself is reliable and up-to-date is detrimental to any business decision. CRE technology is allowing investors the ability to collect and analyze data in real-time from a number of companies who are continuously collecting accurate data on millions of commercial properties around the world.
Being able to adapt and implement these new technologies is important for any organization and CRE should definitely learn and take note. Trying new things can be scary but our world is changing and technology is changing along with it. Being able to adapt and implement these new technologies is becoming much more easier for organizations to handle especially if done in small increments.Organizations should look for complementary systems that already work with their core technologies, but also never be too afraid to implement new ones as well.
To learn more about how CRE tech is helping CRE investors, check out Bizjournals.com article ” 3 Ways CRE Tech helps real estate investors meet their KPIs.”
Dalesmy Gonzalez is a graduate of Western Washington University where she studied Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing.
She specializes in optimizing digital marketing websites for commercial real estate brokers and connecting buyers, sellers, and investors across the US.