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      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, various financial stats, ownership details, the number of cold calls you made last week, or even a prospect's favorite football team.

      You should have systems to organize this data and put it to work for you, because only once it's organized can it help you work more efficiently. Maybe you want to figure out your conversion rate from cold calls to meetings to deals, or perhaps you want to find more market insights and better serve your clients. Or maybe you just want to automate your more tedious tasks so you have time to focus on relationships.

      But first, you need to find that data. You should have your own system with your own market and network information—and preferably in a CRM, not just Excel.

      That's where this ebook comes in. We've laid out 52 of the most popular commercial real estate data sources, broken down by:

      • Lease/sales transactions
      • Ownership info
      • Mortgage/financial data
      • Property data
      • Listings/availabilities
      • Short-term/coworking space
      • Demographics
      • Geolocation
      • Broker databases

      Note that some of the companies are listed in more than one category, and while this is not an exhaustive list of all data companies, we've selected the most popular in their respective categories.

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