DENVER (September 10, 2019) — For the third year in a row, Apto, the industry-standard CRM and deal management software for commercial real estate brokers, has won a Real Estate Technology Award in the international competition sponsored by CREtech, the commercial real estate technology network. Also for the third year in a row, Apto has been named to the Denver Business Journal “Fast 50,” which ranks the fastest-growing private companies based in Denver.
Apto Wins International Real Estate Tech Award, Ranks Among Fastest-Growing Companies Based in Denver
Last year we published 6 commercial real estate podcasts you should be following. While these are still great ones to give a listen, we’ve rounded up four more that we think commercial real estate professionals would benefit from.
From interviews with commercial real estate brokers and tech executives on the state of the industry, to best practices for CRE investing, to useful and unique sales tactics, we hope there’s something on this list for everyone.
At the end of last year, we posted a list of ten commercial real estate conferences we thought brokers should check out in 2019.
Believe it or not, it's already September, meaning we've worked our way through a lot of that list. Did you make it to any of those events?
If not, don't worry—it's not too late! Below you'll find a list of nine commercial real estate conferences you can still attend this fall. Remember, events and conferences are a great way to network with a lot of people in a short amount of time, and brokers know that networking, prospecting, and nurturing relationships are crucial for success in commercial real estate.
As everyone knows, commercial real estate is all about relationships. Whether you’re trying to get a new client to sign, or checking in with an old one to see what they might need, it’s important to stand out from other brokers and stay top of mind.
We’re not here to say that golf isn’t a good way to show your clients that you want to go above and beyond to make them happy, but there are certainly other ways to do so while differentiating yourself from your competitors. We’ve rounded up a list of seven ways to woo your clients, besides cliché golf outings.
When you're talking about commercial real estate data, you could be talking about the address or square footage of a property, a listing, a client's phone number, assorted financial metrics, ownership details, the number of cold calls you made last week, or even a prospect's favorite football team.
It's the foundation of your business, and if you use it right, you have access to a world of intelligence and opportunities—and can provide thoughtful guidance to clients at a moment’s notice. It’s tempting to think of this data as yours and only yours—but what do you lose when you keep all of this data to yourself?
DENVER (August 14, 2019) — Apto, the industry-standard CRM and deal management software for commercial real estate brokers, is one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S., according to Inc. magazine.
The 2019 Inc. 5000, now accessible online, ranks Apto #2,019 in the nation based on three-year revenue growth of 199%. This is the fourth year in a row Apto has qualified for the Inc. rankings.
It’s hard to believe it’s already August. That means we’ve posted over seven months’ worth of best practices, product updates, and industry news to our commercial real estate blog so far this year. And, if we do say so ourselves, there are some really good articles we think you’d get value out of.
Since that’s a lot of content to sift through, we’ve rounded up the seven best Apto blog posts of 2019 that are worth a read.
Just because you’re on a summer vacation doesn’t mean you can’t brush up on your real estate skills. And, doing so doesn’t have to be work—it can be fun. Whether you’re at the airport waiting to board a flight somewhere special or in between property tours with a few minutes to spare, we’ve rounded up a list of ten addictive real estate video games you can play on your smartphone.
Commercial real estate professionals are spending more and more time on their smartphones and computers as technology’s role in commercial real estate continues to grow in importance. But we’re not here to tell you that you just need a CRM to stay competitive in today’s industry.
We’re here to get back to basics and talk website best practices. Your website is likely the first place a potential seller or interested tenant will go to find out more information about your brokerage and the services you offer. According to HubSpot, visitors spend 15 seconds or less on your website, meaning you only have so much time to grab their attention and hopefully convert them into a new client.
We’ve come up with a list of six tips for making your brokerage website better, using examples from real brokerages who are currently killing the website game.
It’s easy for me to sit here and say that it would behoove every commercial real estate broker to implement a CRM. CRMs not only provide a foundation for staying organized, but also help companies maintain the competitive edge in today’s rapidly changing industry. However, my opinion only means so much. What about the people that are out there every day, working long hours and trying to close deals? The ones who have seen the industry evolve and witnessed new top players emerge on the scene? What do they really think?
Below you’ll hear from five brokers around the country who possess a wealth of experience and provided their insights about modern technology and marketing strategies in today’s CRE industry.