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Credit: Hightower Commercial real estate and investment firm CBRE Group, Inc. has selected Hightower as its preferred technology provider for leasing management. The multi-year agreement will enable CBRE sales professionals to enhance their productivity and client service delivery through powerful features such as centralized deal tracking, lease analysis, and automated client reporting, available online or via the Hightower mobile app. “We are excited to see the Hightower platform offer powerful new capabilities to our professionals, who have been looking for an end-to-end leasing management platform to assist them in closing transactions and providing differentiated customer service,” said Ed Schreyer, President, Americas, Agency Brokerage and Asset Service, CBRE. Founded in 2013, Hightower provides web-based software that helps commercial brokers and owners more effectively manage their leasing process – reaching prospects, converting prospects to tenants, and managing overall portfolio performance. The platform brings disparate data and activities onto a single interface that is intuitive, collaborative and accessible from any device. “CBRE is the most recognized firm in commercial real estate services and we couldn’t be more excited about this relationship,” said Brandon Weber, CEO of Hightower. “Many of the world’s most successful brokers are using Hightower to transform the way they manage their leasing business and differentiate from the competition.” Other posts by Mary Ellen McCandless NOTE:This is a summary of a post found on Real Street Tech | The Smart Place For CRE.Parts of it may be missing. View the full original article at:http://realstreettech.com/cbre-chooses-hightower-as-preferred-technology-provider/
There is a significant gap between large and small office buildings in achieving sustainability certification, according to the newest Green Building Adoption Index by CBRE Group, Inc. and Maastricht University.
Convenience and bin size are keys to establishing improved results of recycling in the workplace.
Together, CBRE and GWS will manage nearly five billion square feet of real estate and corporate facilities globally.
Prior to leading sustainability programs, Pogue oversaw service delivery for real estate properties totaling more than 250 million square feet.
This is the first comprehensive review of building energy rating and disclosure laws which are starting to be phased in this year and will have an enormous impact on American real estate, affecting four billion square feet of building space—nearly three times the current impact of the LEED rating system.