BLDUP is THE website for commercial real estate and construction. The market has moved online, we are going national and need innovative, smart, people to join our growing team.
Leads without context is just another zoom info. That's exactly what BLDUP is not. BLDUP provides leads WITH context. What does that mean? It means that you get more than a name and a number. The leads you get for an LLC owner, developer, architect or general contractor contain a name, email, phone number and address but so much more than that.
We hear the same question all the time from residential brokers. How do I work with more developers? I want to crack the code with working with developers. If I want to work with more developers how do I do that? These are all great questions and I am going to try and help you get a great start.
This is a video for material suppliers showing a few tips to help drive sales with BLDUP. I used to work in this industry and used BLDUP as a tool to keep track of my pipeline and find new leads. These tips should be useful for all core and shell and interior finishings material suppliers. BLDUP is the only site that tracks projects from land acquisition through sales and leasing.
In this video post we are are going to talk about how to tag your company on projects so you get credit for the work you are doing. Everyone in the industry wants to be seen through the work they are doing. Until now the only way to do that was to promote your work on your website, which is rarely seen or tell people when you are speaking with them one on one. Hardly scalable.
Most of you are likely familiar with BLDUP’s newsletter, home page and project updates. But now let me introduce you to your new favorite bookmarked page, the BLDUP Documents tab.
Construction is now back underway in Boston on most projects including any and all housing. While unemployment is on the rise and the state’s re-opening plan is in flux condo prices in Boston did jump last month. According to the Greater Boston Association of Realtors, condo prices rose 7.9%, from $630,000 in April 2019 to $680,000 in April 2020. While the future of the market is still uncertain, developers with the right knowledge and experience may be able to find new opportunities within the Boston market. We’ve compiled a few tips to assist in navigating this unprecedented time.