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Tools to help professionals stay productive during a pandemic

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Tools to Help Professional Stay Productive during a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has required all professionals to change their daily routines and workflow patterns. The real estate business has certainly been impacted, and below are some tools to help professionals stay productive during a pandemic.

Video Conferencing

Zoom has been a great video call platform that has proven to be reliable and effective. It is very easy to participate and host a call, where participates can join via their mobile phone, office phone, computer, or tablet.

Virtual Tour

Through HD video, HD photos, aerial photos, and Matterport 3d technology, we are able to offer virtual tours that help clients better understand a property while exercising social distancing.

Industry Collaboration

I have found that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought our industry closer as collaboration and information sharing has never been more important. Here in Bozeman, we have had a great turnout on our Bozeman Commercial Real Estate Group (BCOM) via Zoom calls where we discuss market insights, new listings, and ways the industry is affected by the coronavirus.

Learning

This public health crisis has proven that yesterday’s news is too little, too late. I have found that it is crucial to stay current through reading articles, keeping up to speed with news, listening to Podcasts and learning from what real estate professionals have done in other markets that are considered to be a hotspot of COVID-19.

Keep in Touch

As always, please feel free to give Michael Reams a call or send him an email to discuss how your real estate interests are being impacted by the novel coronavirus.

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Michael Reams

Michael is a commercial real estate broker with Gene Cook Real Estate. Specializing in the sale and leasing of income properties and owner user properties, he offers superior real estate brokerage and consulting services in the Gallatin Valley and the State of Montana. As a CCIM, Michael applies a strategic analysis approach to each transaction through market and competitive analysis, location and site analysis, political and legal analysis, and financial analysis including discounted cash flow analysis. He is committed to helping his clients understand the performance of commercial real estate investments. Michael’s business is based on quality relationships. He is an active member in the brokerage community and maintains a large professional network with other brokers, lenders, appraisers, title and escrow officers, land use consultants, attorneys, and developers. With strategic analysis, a commitment to helping his clients achieve their investment goals, and access to a large professional network, you will have exceptional representation for your next real estate transaction when working with Michael. Michael earned his BA degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Professional Associations: CCIM, Rotary International, Association of Realtors, Big Sky MLS, LoopNet Premium Members, CoStar Group Members