AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwired - Dec 13, 2013) - Today, RealMassive, Inc. launched the first marketplace for real-time commercial real estate information, empowering commercial real estate professionals with immediate, transparent access to the property data they need to optimize and accelerate deal flow. Unlike other real estate data providers, RealMassive delivers real-time and accurate data on available spaces through a cloud-based marketing platform that is available to anyone looking for commercial real estate. RealMassive makes it easy for those leasing or seeking space to find one another and conduct transactions of all sizes in an efficient manner. Even the challenging "shadow" spaces, often ignored by brokers but in high demand by tenants, become efficient and profitable transactions.
RealMassive's official launch took place this morning at the W Hotel in Austin, Texas. During the brunch, the company provided exclusive and early access to more than 80 commercial real estate partners as well as key city officials, members of the Downtown Austin Alliance and the press. Co-founders Joshua McClure and Craig Hancock were joined onstage by lead investors Dick Anderson (founder of HPI), Hank Seale (founder of Q2 ebanking), and Brett Hurt (founder of Bazaarvoice). The leaders highlighted RealMassive's vision to deliver on the opportunity to drive value to commercial real estate professionals throughout the value chain.
Designed to streamline the process for finding and leasing commercial real estate for both property owners and tenants, RealMassive is fueled by regionally specific, validated and dynamic property data. Through a modern and easy-to-use interface, building owners will be able to streamline their marketing efforts across multiple platforms while gaining critical insight into the performance of their buildings and spaces. Tenant reps using RealMassive are able to offer a higher class of service and a vastly improved search experience for their clients by utilizing the extensive collaboration toolset designed throughout the site. The science and analytics behind RealMassive offers CRE professionals the opportunity to go beyond the data, to see beyond the data and to move beyond the data, resulting in greater market insight and more efficient deal flow.
According to investor and long time CRE professional Dick Anderson, "This is a sea change for an $11 trillion market formerly managed with static data tables filled with stale and incorrect information. Access to real-time commercial real estate data will fundamentally redefine the way commercial real estate leasing is marketed and transacted. We are fortunate the launch takes place in Austin as we are about to show the world how one of the best markets becomes one of the most efficient markets."
"The launch of RealMassive marks the next evolution of commercial real estate," says co-founder Joshua McClure. "Never again will access to data impede deal flow or transaction success."
"By democratizing commercial real estate data and providing it in real time, RealMassive leverages the full power of the Internet to bring supply and demand for leasing spaces together," added Craig Hancock, co-founder of RealMassive. "We offer professionals a fundamentally different business model with a new approach to customer engagement."
Said lead investor and long time technologist Hank Seale, "Customer satisfaction and industry sales data supports the need for consolidated, accurate and easy-to-access commercial real estate information. Making real estate information accessible is the best way to provide those seeking space with the ultimate customer experience. The technology is there to make it happen."
RealMassive lists available space for lease in Austin and will soon roll out in San Antonio, followed by the rest of Texas and beyond. The company currently employs 10 full time team members in their Austin, Texas headquarters and is advised by a world-class board. The company is currently hiring. For more information about RealMassive, visit www.realmassive.com and follow us on Twitter @realmassive.