Farkas Subsidiary Implementing New Technology

In today’s real estate market, having a competitive edge is imperative. NAI Tampa, a member of the NAI Global network, has partnered with the marketing firm Buildout to help make their business dealings more effective.

Buildout created new online resources and apps for NAI. The new services allow NAI to automatically create and deliver documents upon request to a client. Since NAI has clients all across the globe, this helps with different time zones.

Along with website and digital upgrades, brokers are now implementing drones into their usual tools. The video captured by drones allows clients to see exactly how the property looks and what the surrounding area is like. They also allow for tours of a property.

While a drone tour is exciting, sometimes a client wants to feel like they are actually in the building. Another tool that commercial real estate agencies are now utilizing is virtual reality (VR). Firms are now beginning to use VR goggles to show clients what the property looks like and what it could look like if it were furnished. The possibilities are endless.

NAI Tampa still believes that classic methods such as email blasts and direct phone calls are the most effective. With so many new possibilities, it is no wonder that even firms with tried and true methods like NAI are making strives into new technology based ones.

As a subsidiary of C-III Capital Partners, NAI Global has been widely successful. With a variety of clients, NAI and C-III Capital Partners have been able to work together to bring their services to clients around the world.