Commercial real estate (CRE) data solutions provider RealMassive is expanding its coverage to four new Texas metropolitan areas: Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth and San Antonio.
The addition of these new markets brings the current coverage on RealMassive's platform to over 750 million square feet, the company says in a press release. The company is on track to exceed 2 billion square feet of commercial property coverage by the end of the year.
In addition, the company plans to launch in San Francisco on Nov. 3. The rapid series of market launches is enabled through the company's partnerships with CRE firms augmented by hundreds of researchers spread all over the country, logistically coordinated through a cloud-based framework that was built and tested in the company's test market of Austin, Texas.
‘Our mission to give the industry control over their data is now a reality in all major metros in Texas,’ says Joshua McClure, CEO of RealMassive, in a release. ‘Launching multiple markets is a testament to the capability of our launch teams.’
‘RealMassive has changed the way we consume and manage data,’ addss Dick Anderson of HPI Real Estate Services and Investments, one of the largest full-service firms in Texas. ‘We've streamlined and strengthened our marketing efforts while greatly extending the reach of our listings. Their open platform enables us to distribute our availability to the market in real-time, which is a game changer.’
RealMassive's platform sports real-time market surveys that enable property owners, brokers and tenants to collaborate throughout the search process; real-time notification when spaces come off the market; custom marketing channels; and CRENow, a service that enables syndication to Twitter and other online channels.