Brokers and shopping center developers who want to save time and close deals (faster) trust SiteSeer to help them do their jobs better! One of our most exciting features for our real estate clients is Retail Match, which works in tandem with Void Analysis. Not familiar with Retail Match? Here are some FAQs about this powerful SiteSeer feature and how it works:
Topics: Recruiting Shopping Center Tenants, Real Estate Analytics Tool, Void Analysis, Landlord Rep Brokers & Owners Industry, Tenant Rep Brokers & Developers Industry, Analyzing Retail Sites, Retail Match, Commercial Real Estate Analysis Software, Match Score
For as much as we all hear about the tumultuous retail landscape, there are plenty of positive signs:
SiteSeer is easy to use and highly powerful for those seeking to make smarter site selection and market decisions, but it goes without saying that it’s not easy to learn new software. That’s why your subscription to SiteSeer comes with thorough onboarding—no matter which plan you subscribe to—as well as training. Any time you need help putting SiteSeer to work, our dedicated support team is here to answer your questions via phone or email.
It's been an interesting time for retail businesses (and commercial brokers and real estate developers).
The world of retail real estate has had a few turbulent years, but as anyone leasing space or developing retail shopping centers knows, that’s nothing new.
As you've heard before, mobile phone data gives valuable intelligence about the quantity and types of visitors that are frequenting your business and other retail or chain businesses, shopper behaviors and travel patterns, and much more.
Franchise businesses appeal to people for many reasons. Entrepreneurial types can bypass some of the challenges of getting a business concept past the planning stages and instead go with a proven concept that has been successful already many times overs. With the advantages of brand recognition, support from the franchise organization with everything from employee training to lease negotiation and minimized risk, it’s an option that makes a lot of sense to a lot of business people.
Topics: Franchise & Services Industry
Students in Duke University’s Master of Engineering Management program recently completed a project using SiteSeer’s mapping and other tools.
As 2022 comes to a close and SiteSeer clients are looking toward and planning for 2023, we wanted to revisit a topic we’ve discussed on the blog in years past: which retail categories grew and shrunk (physical stores/locations) during the year (to date). To refresh your memory, we first analyzed data on store openings and closures for 2020, and then again for 2021 (or more accurately, January-October 2021).