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Environmental Asset Services, Inc. (“EASI”), is subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, providing specialized environmental expertise pertinent to the development, ownership and management of commercial real estate.

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The Beach Company

Founded in 1945, The Beach Company’s diverse real estate interests include residential and resort properties, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial parks, land and marinas across the Southeast. This assorted portfolio has allowed The Beach Company to build landmark, award-winning properties, premier apartment communities and notable developments.

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What is BIM and How Is It Changing the World of CRE?

Article | April 11, 2020

The construction industry has been slow to evolve, especially in the realm of commercial real estate (CRE). In many ways, the construction process is not dissimilar from how it was when the first skyscrapers were built. However, as technology begins to change various parts of the industry, especially how all stakeholders communicate, building information modeling (BIM) is playing a larger role. BIM stands for building information modeling, and it's essentially a way to create as detailed a model of a potential building as possible so that architects, developers, and construction managers can collaborate and answer questions before and during the construction process. The benefit of this is that all parties can share information and potentially avoid costly mistakes.

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7 Reasons FLIPPING LAND Is Better Than Every Other Real Estate Strategy

Article | April 11, 2020

Flipping vacant land is one of the most overlooked and misunderstood ways to make money in real estate. It’s also one of the best. I know this is a bold statement but when it comes to investing in real estate, I’ve been around the block. I’ve worked for BiggerPockets, been involved in hundreds of house wholesaling transactions and interviewed some of the greatest minds real estate has to offer. I also work full time for an incredible community at REtipster.com and, naturally, I’m always on the hunt for the next best thing in real estate, so our audience can benefit from it. I’ve seen most of what’s out there there is simply nothing better than flipping vacant

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How Will the Role of Real Estate Agents Change in 20 Years?

Article | April 11, 2020

Real estate is changing. Between iBuyers, new technologies, and the instant gratification economy, the traditional real estate industry of slow-moving mechanics and inefficiencies isn’t going to survive unless something changes, and fast. We’re already seeing companies like Carvana removing the necessity for someone to go to a salesman or car dealership to purchase a vehicle. So, why couldn’t Zillow or another major player do this with real estate? But most importantly, how could these changes affect the job market for the 1.3 million real estate agents in the United States? This isn’t a common belief but it’s certainly an interesting idea. When companies within an industry or even massive empires throughout history are faced with adversity and conflict, one of their first instincts is to centralize and consolidate their power. They need to control their fate and the only way to do that is by taking charge and directing its employees and assets to overcome the competition. As we know, real estate agents operate as 1099 independent contractors. They simply “hang their license” under a brokerage. At the end of the day, it’s their own individual business.

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How REALTORS® Can Take Advantage Of 2020 Marketing Trends

Article | April 11, 2020

Word-of-mouth is great, but it’s often not enough to generate the leads you need in your real estate business, especially if you’re just starting out.But rather than waffle around trying all the available online marketing strategies, we’re condensing the research down for you.Here are the best of the best 2020 marketing trends that you can put to use today.

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The Beach Company

Founded in 1945, The Beach Company’s diverse real estate interests include residential and resort properties, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial parks, land and marinas across the Southeast. This assorted portfolio has allowed The Beach Company to build landmark, award-winning properties, premier apartment communities and notable developments.

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