MARKET OUTLOOK,REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
Cherre | November 10, 2022
Cherre, the leading data integration and insights platform, today announced a new partnership with Clear Capital, a national real estate valuation technology company. The partnership will allow Cherre customers to leverage Clear Capital’s expansive property analytics alongside other internal systems and application data, enabling customers to conduct more accurate modeling and better risk assessments, and identify investment opportunities more efficiently and at a lower cost.
As market demand for property investment continues, the need for timely, accurate, ready-to-use property information has become even more pronounced. By partnering, mutual customers will have seamless access to Clear Capital's complete set of property information and analytics, including insights from a wide range of residential properties and 93% of all listings in the U.S., updated daily. Additionally, Clear Capital opens the door to insights on properties that are often unattainable, thus removing the barrier to transaction information in non-disclosure states.
Erlind Dine, head of data partnerships at Cherre, said Clear Capital’s hard-to-source property insights will help provide additional value to Cherre customers. By combining Clear Capital’s comprehensive property analytics with data sources within Cherre, we’re able to make the most up to date, extensive datasets available to our customers.
“Both Clear Capital and Cherre are devoted to granting our customers the highest-quality analytics, By providing seamless integration between various platforms, customers are guaranteed accurate and robust underwriting tools that drive smarter, data-driven decisions for acquisitions and property management."
-James Marshall, director of real estate analytics products at Clear Capital
Clear Capital's data engineering and machine learning capabilities lead the valuation space, with unique approaches to sourcing, aggregating, and analyzing U.S. residential real estate to provide insight on property value with accompanying contextual data.
Cherre specializes in the ingestion, standardization, resolution, integration, and delivery of real estate data from internal, third party, and public data sources. Cherre’s growing Connections Marketplace allows customers to seamlessly connect new data sets, providing a holistic portfolio view contextualized and benchmarked against market-wide intelligence.
Cherre is the leader in real estate data and insight. They connect decision makers to accurate property and market information, and help them make faster, smarter decisions. By providing a unique “single source of truth,” Cherre empowers customers to evaluate opportunities and trends faster and more accurately, while saving millions of dollars in manual data collection and analytics costs. Cherre launched in 2016 and is headquartered in New York City.
About Clear Capital
Clear Capital is a national real estate valuation technology company with a simple purpose: to build confidence in real estate decisions to strengthen communities and improve lives. Our goal is to provide customers with a complete understanding of every U.S. property through our field valuation services and analytics tools, and improve their workflows with our platform technologies. Our commitment to excellence – wherever it leads, whatever it takes® – is embodied by our team members across four brands (Clear Capital, Clario, CubiCasa, and REO Network) and has remained steadfast in this pursuit since our first order in 2001.
REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY,MORTGAGE AND LENDING
3650 REIT | January 04, 2023
3650 REIT, a national commercial real estate lender with a $13.1 billion loan portfolio for relationship borrowers, has announced the launch of its new Transitional Lending platform. The main goal of the new platform is to make transitional loans for borrowers who want to do recapitalization or certain other transactions.
With the platform launch, 3650 will now be able to provide borrowers with a complete range of financing options across the property life cycle in a market where banks and other alternative lenders are pulling back.
The Transitional Lending platform is a new addition to 3650's existing Bridge and Event Driven (BED) and Stable Cash Flow platforms. It offers flexible loan structures for cash-flowing or newly built projects with a clear path to stabilization. About $500 million in transitional loans are expected to be made through the new platform in 2023.
3650 REIT said that in today's uncertain capital markets, the company must give borrowers various loan options to cover the wide range of deals being made. This new platform is an important and exciting step forward to help the growth process.
In this real estate cycle, transitional lending fills borrowers' financing gaps. Those who take these loans will also get customized short-term financing options and business plans for each property. 3650, which has the infrastructure and staff to fund these projects, will book its first loan on the new platform in 2023.
In terms of loans originating via its BED and Stable Cash Flow platforms, 3650 had $1.66 billion by the end of 2022.
About 3650 REIT
3650 REIT is a commercial lender that makes portfolio loans and takes care of them for relationship borrowers all over the country. Because of its unique way of investing, national scale, vertically integrated platform, and status as a rated special servicer, it can offer customized financing options, high-touch service, and reliable results that are centered on the customer. Meanwhile, 3650 REIT manages its portfolio efficiently by retaining investment risk.
REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY,REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
JLL | November 22, 2022
JLL Technologies (JLLT), the technology division of JLL, today announced the launch of the Strategic Technology Program, which provides assessment, strategic planning, goal setting and performance measurement services for real estate technologies.
The launch of the program is in response to increasing demand for technology solutions to help commercial real estate (CRE) managers adhere to sustainable business objectives. These services are particularly relevant now as businesses implement long-term hybrid work models and ambitious sustainability targets stemming from the pandemic.
According to JLL research, 44% of large and mid-size organizations rely on external partners and service firms to accelerate their real estate technology implementation. Among JLL's enterprise clients, demand for technology management services has increased by over 50% year-over-year. As demand has increased, JLL has invested in its technology services.
The Strategic Technology Program helps real estate leaders better manage and operate their real estate technology for optimal outcomes. Real estate leaders can use the program's technology assessment, management and measurement offerings to align their technology portfolio to their building systems and data, sustainability, and facility management objectives.
The offering helps companies in the following areas:
Building – Tools that tune buildings and workspaces to drive for optimal performance, inform sustainability objectives, and enable real estate services teams to interact with building and enterprise systems.
Workplace – Enterprise technology solutions that help maximize employee efficiency and enhance their workday experience.
Sustainability – Platforms that measure and improve energy use, water use and waste to help companies reach their net zero carbon goals.
Data & Analytics – Governance, integration, reporting and modeling that leverage data and analytics platforms to achieve financial, operational and experiential breakthroughs that power insight-driven real estate decision.
"More and more, organizations are coming to us to help them demystify the ever-expanding and increasingly complex real estate technology landscape, and ultimately use that technology to help them navigate the changing world of the workplace, Hybrid work requires technology to be successful. This offering is a great example of how we combine expertise across technology and technology services to enable our customers to select, deploy and adopt technology and accelerate their return on investment."
-Sharad Rastogi, president, JLLT
JLLT houses decades of talent from all corners of CRE – developers, technologists, brokers and more. Together with other business lines in JLL, it delivers a comprehensive portfolio of purpose-built software platforms, apps, hardware and technology services. It also offers innovations from venture-backed companies. JLLT's objective is to meet and exceed the industry's demands for transactional, operational, experiential and data-driven excellence.
JLLT is our strategic real estate technology partner, They are an extension of our internal team and a trusted delivery and thought partner. They help us drive innovation, transformation, and adoption through an actionable and measurable technology roadmap and tightly aligned business outcomes, both of which are supported by efficiently utilized people resources and technology resources,said Kathy Jones, Associate Vice President for Facilities Engineering and Planning, Rice University.
JLLT is recognized as a leading Workplace Systems Integrator by Verdantix Research and has helped thousands of clients deploy and manage technology in more than 130 countries globally, representing over 250,000 properties and more than 14 billion square feet of space.
JLL (NYSE: JLL) is a leading professional services firm that specializes in real estate and investment management. JLL shapes the future of real estate for a better world by using the most advanced technology to create rewarding opportunities, amazing spaces and sustainable real estate solutions for our clients, our people and our communities. JLL is a Fortune 500 company with annual revenue of $19.4 billion, operations in over 80 countries and a global workforce of more than 102,000 as of September 30, 2022. JLL is the brand name, and a registered trademark, of Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated.