The real estate industry has entered a brand-new world.
Over the past 18 months, the industry has undergone radically new and unusual challenges, original and unforeseen opportunities, sharply shifting demand fluctuations and different places and methods of working.
To help you prosper amid these remarkable dynamic conditions, AvidXchange has called on the incisive and diverse expertise of three real estate experts who work in distinctly different segments: finance and accounting, technology and automation and commercial capital.
These experts have lived through this radical real estate reconfiguration. Since the pandemic began, their job responsibilities have changed and the opportunities they’re pursuing are different. In fundamental and strategic ways, they’re re-imagining their real estate businesses.
Our experts include:
Matthew Cleary, VP of Accounting Operations, Douglas Elliman Property Management
Matthew Cleary and his accounting department at Douglas Elliman Property Management took the pandemic in stride and evolved into a more skilled and efficient unit by embracing new technology and roles. Learn how Cleary embraced his ever-changing job description over the last 12-plus months and helped lead his team to the other side of COVID-19 better than ever.
Brian Thayer , VP of Real Estate Sales, AvidXchange
The pandemic hit the real estate business, and the entire world, hard and fast. The industry had little time to react and, in many cases, adopted high-powered, second-layer tech overnight to keep operations running smoothly. Thayer walks us through recent and upcoming tech trends poised to determine the health of the real estate industry.
John Azar , Founder and Managing Partner, Peak 15 Capital
As it turns out, social distancing wasn’t all that bad. As a matter of fact, people now permanently want more space between other, at home and at the office. How will housing complexes and workplaces respond? Azar explains this newfound appreciation of space is rocking both the residential and commercial real estate space.