We know you are getting all your Atlanta commercial real estate news @hartmansimons. However, check out our top four twitter recommendations for #cre thought leaders located around the country.
Location: Houston, Texas
Bio: #CRE Professional with Colliers International. Tenant Representation and Corporate Real Estate Strategy, Longhorn, New Media & Economics junkie
Recent tweet: 9 Business Trends That Aren't Going Away http://ht.ly/5PpLs
Why should you follow Coy Davidson?Coy Davidson, senior vice president at Colliers International, tweets about his expertise in tenant representation and corporate real estate services. His twitter account often shares the newest post from his blog, The Tenant Advisor. We can always count on Coy to share rich content that just makes us feel smarter.
Location: San Diego, Calif.
Bio: Commercial Real Estate, ICSC, CMBS, Strategy, Leadership, Shopping Center Management, Retail
Why should you follow Michael?Michael is a great resource for cre news. Not only does he aggregate top articles on current events, his twitter feed features articles that help followers understand how these stories affect the cre industry. When we asked Michael via direct message why he uses twitter he said, “I want to democratize #cre & related intel. Wish I had these resources as a new #cre pro. Want to help community find info.” Thanks, Michal…we think you are doing a great job!
Location: Indianapolis, In.
Bio: Broker/Owner Commercial Real Estate
Why should you follow Duke Long? If you like lists, you need to follow Duke. Check out The List to 10 “Things” Commercial Real Estate Needs for 2011 and BOMA 2011 Summary: The List. His twitter account highlights some of the top stories (and lists) on his blog dukelong.com-ramblings of a commercial real estate broker. From real estate trends to cre sources, Duke has you covered.
Location: New York, N.Y.
Bio: Serving the Global Retail Real Estate Industry
Why should you follow International Council of Shopping Centers?If your work is affected by retail real estate, we can’t think of a good reason why you wouldn’t follow ICSC. Unlike many organizational twitter accounts, ICSC does more than tweet about its upcoming conferences. It shares the latest retail news and research. The organization is truly a thought leader in the social media space. It recently launched The ICSC Social Media Pavilion at RECon 2011 and due to the positive response, the initiative will launch at several other regional events. Attendees learn how social technologies are applied in retail real estate and shopping centers.
Now its time for you to stop reading and get tweeting! Check out these tweeters and make sure you follow @hartmansimons.com. Happy Friday!