Xceligent Launches Its CRE Platform In South Florida

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Xceligent has launched its full suite of building data and market analytics products into the South Florida market.

The company’s flagship research product provides access to building data and market analytics for a total of more than 1.9 billion square feet of commercial space in Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, and Broward Counties, according to a release.

The expansion into South Florida is the most recent of several market launches for Xceligent, including Tampa-Sarasota, Orlando, and Charlotte, as it continues an aggressive national expansion. The company is currently building the research necessary to launch the New York Tri-State region and Houston.  Xceligent’s primary platform, supported by a team of proactive researchers, enables industry professionals to optimize their business operations by tapping into a trusted collection of listing intelligence, marketing tools, sales and lease comps, market trends, verified tenants and more.

“We are in the process of expanding our presence nationwide through an aggressive rollout of our full product suite in the largest markets,” Xceligent CEO Doug Curry said. “South Florida is one of the three largest CRE markets in the state – along with some of the nation’s most influential and innovative CRE professionals – and we believe that Xceligent will be instrumental in the market’s continued evolution.”

According to Curry, Xceligent is primed to fulfill a need in the South Florida marketplace, which desires a technological partner capable and willing to adapt its products to the evolving demands of commercial real estate professionals. For example, Xceligent is the first technology provider in the commercial real estate space to license its researched information to fellow technology companies and real estate organizations through an open-API platform.  Among the early subscribers to the South Florida database are a number of highly respected firms, including CBRE, Colliers International, JLL, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, Berger Commercial Realty, EWM Realty International – Alhambra, Fairchild Partners, Illustrated Properties, Infinity Commercial Real Estate, Michael Falk and Company, and more.

“For too long the industry has been dependent on a closed architecture, which means that users are limited in terms of accessing the latest innovations,” Curry said. “We’re looking to change that paradigm by introducing a next-generation platform that’s designed with an open architecture, enabling both users and organizations to seamlessly integrate Xceligent data with their own workflow tools.”

In order to ensure that its market information is meeting the varied needs of its users and is certified for accuracy, Xceligent has built a peer-nominated Advisory Board comprised of various key influencers throughout the South Florida commercial real estate industry.

“Xceligent has long been dedicated to serving as a partner not only to its users, but also to the broader CRE industry at-large, and South Florida is a market unlike any other,” said Danny Rice, Xceligent’s regional vice president of sales for Florida.  “We have been working closely with the Advisory Board to verify that Xceligent addresses the unique needs of the industry professionals who are based or invest here.”

In addition to Xceligent CDX, Xceligent offers a number of other products, including Xceligent Spaceful, a digital tour-book experience that combines modern, fast and intuitive interfaces with researched property and listing information; CommercialSearch, a free property-listing marketplace that enables investors, tenants and brokers to find and market commercial properties; Xceligent Direct, a tool that automates, updates and improves the search and marketing functions of corporate websites; and Xceligent Market Direct, a service that provides verified sale and lease listings for local community organizations to share on their websites.



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