Commercial Real Estate Information
Can’t think of a reason to follow commercial real estate agents on Twitter because you’re in residential real estate? Let’s talk it over. First, in case you don’t know, most commercial real estate professionals have spent time earning their CCIM which is an extremely tough, rigorous program. Many CCIMs are analytical and often work in very fast paced, professional environments and while some are interactive on Twitter, most are not and that can be a turnoff to the gregarious residential Realtor.
The lack of interactivity isn’t a bad thing though because CCIMs are tweeting about local (and sometimes national) commercial real estate trends. Find a CCIM that is in your city and you’ll learn that they are a great resource for learning news like what new shopping center is coming to the subdivision you specialize in, it’s a good way to know what’s coming down the pipeline before permits are even applied for.
Stats and information absorption and dissemination is in their DNA as their job requires them to be extremely well informed. Below is a list of 10 commercial real estate professionals that you can learn from, but we encourage you to find one locally and learn from them– it will help you know your environment better and therefore, help you be a better Realtor.
10 Commercial Pros:
To simultaneously view bios or follow all 10 of those listed below, click here.
Mike King, commercial broker out of Coeur d’Alene, ID compiled a list of 75 commercial real estate industry professionals to follow and read that you should check out.
Who do you learn from in the commercial real estate world?