Did you know that Quarem has been publishing blog posts about commercial real estate since May 2016? Many of our posts throughout the years have been informative and educational. Others are commentaries on CRE news and challenges. We also have posts that focus on the different features of Quarem.
But which posts are the most important and popular? Whether you’re new to our blog or you’d simply enjoy a trip down memory lane, here are five posts you need to read.
This post is the heart of the Quarem blog. Published in October of 2018, the post deals with the fascinating subject of lease administration. Specifically, it covers why lease administration is so misunderstood and how it can have the most powerful impact on CRE pros. It continues to be one of our most popular articles today.
This three-part series is a great starting point for those in the beginning stages of their research of CRE technology. Written with the perspective of helping a mid-sized company ready for advancement, the first part of this series delves into common issues experienced and how technology can help.
One of our more unique posts, this article covers a topic that not many people consider in conjunction with their real estate: natural disasters. If you live in an area that’s prone to natural disasters (hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, etc.), this post will give you preparation tips for your physical assets, documents, technology and what to do after the disaster strikes.
This is one of our newer posts, but I think it provides some really helpful guidance for our potential clients. If you’ve been considering a lease administration software, this post will help you determine whether you really need it and the features you should focus on if you do.
A classic post that is still very relevant today, this checklist covers everything you need to think about to maintain your FASB compliancy in light of the recent update to FASB leasing standards. This post covers what changed, as well as steps for preparation, transition and implementation.
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