Top CRE People to Follow on Twitter

Whether you have a new Twitter account or an old account that you haven't really made use of, it's important to know the right people to follow. Twitter can actually be a great resource for fantastic ideas for your own business while also finding reliable information resources. In a time in which the commercial real estate industry is continually changing with constant new trends, industry developments, interest rate updates, and more, it is vital that you stay on top of the latest CRE news. Following the right people on Twitter can help you to do that.

Barbi Reuter-@barbireuter

Ms. Reuter, Chief Operating Officer at Cushman & Wakefield, is among the most active CRE indivdiuals on social media. She has developed a reputation for her insightful blog posts related to innovative strategies for utilizing the latest real estate tech. Barbi has also ranked number on Duke Long's list of the Top Ten Most Influential Commercial Real Estate People on the Internet for the last two years.

Coy Davidson-@CoyDavidsonCRE

Based in Houston, Coy Davidson is recognized as one of the most influential people in CRE. Specializing in advising corporate entities, Davidson is also known as The Tenant Advisor and is employed as a senior VP at Colliers. With more than 23,000 Twitter followers, Coy is easily one of the most popular CRE people on Twitter.

Carla Guerrera-@carlaguerrera

Named as a Top 40 Under 40 by Urban Land Institute, Carla is definitely one of the top people to follow on Twitter in order to stay in touch with what is taking place with the commercial real estate industry. A senior planner at Stantec, Carla's tweets regarding sustainable solutions in the urban development sector should not be missed.

James Roberts-@KF_JamesRoberts

A chief economist with Knight Frank, James Roberts is a great CRE professional to follow on Twitter to stay on top of economic and financial news as it relates to the commercial real estate industry.

Duke Long-@dukelong

If you're looking for a no-holds-barred look at what is going on in the world of commercial real estate, Duke Long's tweets should not be missed. One of the most prolific individuals on Twitter, Long provides excellent insight in technology and commercial real estate.

Ted Tye-@tyeguy44

When it comes to commercial real estate, Ted is one of the most knowledgeable people around. A managing partner at National Development, he has spearheaded numerous award-winning projects on the East Coast.

Nela Richardson-@NelaRichardson

To stay on top of the latest real estate trends, you need to check out Nela's tweets. A chief economist at Redfin, she manages to deliver the latest industry updates in a concise, yet meaningful manner.

Mark Heschmeyer-@mheschmeyer

An editor at CoStar News, Heschmeyer is responsible for publishing a lively Twitter feed that will keep you updated on everything you need to know about CRE.

Josh Riley-@SocialCRE

To receive a continual stream of exclusive commercial real estate trends, news, and industry reports, you need to follow Riley's all business Twitter feed.

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