With the launch of our new Professional software, we’re making the power of our Backshop enterprise CRE platform available to individuals and small groups.
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I just returned from Santa Monica, CA where I attended the CREFC West Coast Summit to get an update on the market. The main takeaway: The low rate, high value environment will likely stay for a while, but investors are weary because the cycle is so old.
I’m leaving Miami after attending the annual CREFC Investor Conference. The conference, now in its 25th year, is usually the best place to find out what people are thinking and get a prediction for the year. We had great weather, and a friend of mine hosted me on a nice-sized boat to cruise around Miami […]
In 2018 we significantly improved our Backshop commercial real estate software. Here are some highlights:
Last week we spread the word and met some new people at #CREtech in Los Angeles. While we are well known in CRE debt circles, we are not yet well known on the equity side of the business — and these events are attended by equity players.
We’re proud to announce three new enhancements to your CMBS.com account.
I always pause to remember and honor the victims of 9/11, and I try to reflect and celebrate the spirit of camaraderie and selflessness that grew in the country after the attacks. I’ll be posting later in the week from Los Angeles, where we’ll be exhibiting at the CREtech conference. But for now, in the […]
We’re excited to announce our first college securitization analysis contest. Model your chosen securitization using our data and tools — and win $2,500.
I usually talk about CRE issues here, but I have a 4th of July story that’s too good not to share.
The release of our Marketplace is a huge step in completing our vision to bring commercial real estate online. Model and market your deals using the same data backbone the big enterprises use — with the convenience of the Web and the confidence of standardized data.