In an industry as dynamic and complex as commercial real estate, data is the cornerstone upon which successful strategies are built. Understanding market trends, customer behaviors, and industry standards is paramount for every commercial real estate broker aiming for success. With this in mind, we are thrilled to announce the launch the 2024 DNA of #CRE Survey in partnership with The Broker List.
The DNA of #CRE is the largest CRE industry survey aimed at capturing a snapshot of the commercial real estate broker practices as they stand today—and where it’s headed in the future. Whether you are focused on retail, office space, industrial properties, or multi-family assets, this survey covers it all. It's a platform to share your insights on everything from prospecting strategies to transaction hurdles, marketing efforts, and beyond.
Why Should You Participate?
Knowledge is power. By participating in this survey, you'll get free access to the survey results, giving you a leg up on your non-participating competition.
Ever wondered how you compare with other brokers in your domain? This survey will give you a benchmark, helping you understand where you excel and where there’s room for improvement.
How to Participate
The survey will take about 10 minutes of your time. Rest assured, your responses will be kept anonymous and will only be used for compiling the final report.
Click here to participate in the 2024 DNA of #CRE Survey.
Deadline and Results
We urge you to act fast! The deadline to complete the survey is December 31. 2023. Results will be analyzed, compiled, and published in early 2024.
The 2024 DNA of #CRE Survey is not just another industry survey; it's a collaborative effort to map the genome of the commercial real estate brokerage industry. By participating, you contribute to a richer, more comprehensive understanding of the field we are all passionate about. Let’s work together to shape the future of commercial real estate.
Your voice matters. Your experience matters. Be a part of this pivotal research and help define the DNA of commercial real estate.