Tag: Real estate

Jun 25 2013

Honest Buildings secures £3.55m funding

I’ve been tracking the development of US-based start-up Honest Buildings – an online marketplace and discovery engine for building professionals – since I saw Nick Katz describe the service at the 2012 BE2Talks event in London in September 2012, and have just learned that the business has achieved another milestone: securing a $5.5m (£3.55m) Series …

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Apr 03 2013

Top 100 real estate blogs

I’m not sure if appearing in a ranking of top Tweeters, bloggers, Facebook users, etc makes the slightest difference (see my thoughts on PeerIndex for example), but this blog appears – at number 86 – in an infographic of the “Top 100 real estate blogs to follow in 2013”.   Tweet

Feb 27 2013

HonestBuildings.com ‘buildings network’ launches in UK

Honest Buildings, launched in the UK today, puts buildings at the heart of its connections, with their energy efficiency open to scrutiny, encouraging owners and suppliers to demonstrate their carbon reduction commitments. Honest Buildings, a US-based property network that connects decision makers to service providers for millions of commercial buildings, is expanding into the UK, and, through …

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Jul 19 2010

Revisiting Reorb

I first wrote about the commercial property and real estate social network Reorb in January, and I have tried to stay in touch with developments in its functionality and with its growth landmarks. According to its latest newsletter (July 2010), Reorb now features new sections on services, jobs and properties. These “enable you to list, …

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Feb 05 2010

The role of social media in commercial property

Being unable to attend Monday’s SMW Be2camp event (see post), which I had organised, meant I missed Remit Consulting‘s Bob Thompson’s talk about the RICS report, The role of social media in commercial property. However, as well as his presentation (here), he also forwarded me a link to the report and I have finally been …

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