If used correctly, Twitter can be an important way to share real estate news and trends while building one’s brand. Here are 10 accounts that get it.
— Bob Knakal (@BobKnakal) March 5, 2014
Robert Knakal, chairman of Massey Knakal Realty Services. Insight into the commercial market from one of the city’s top multi-family brokers.
National employment just 0.5% below pre-recession peak. But residential construction employment still 35% off housing-bubble peak. — Jed Kolko (@JedKolko) March 7, 2014
Jed Kolko, chief economist at Trulia. Tweets about the national real estate landscape and shares market trends and original research.
— Renée Fishman (@reneefishman) March 6, 2014
Renee Fishman, Halstead Property broker. Tweets on real estate trends. Has the highest Klout score among Halstead brokers.
Adrian Noriega, Core broker. Tweets on real estate news, new development, market trends.
— Stan Humphries (@StanHumphries) February 25, 2014
Stan Humphries, chief economist at Zillow. Tweets on housing market trends.
Real Capital Analytics. Tweets on commercial property investment trends, shares original market research.
— I. Dolly Lenz (@IDollyLenz) March 6, 2014
Dolly Lenz, super-broker. Tweets on national market trends and luxury real estate.
Vishaan Chakrabarti, partner SHoP Architects, real estate professor at Columbia University. Tweets on architecture, urban planning, affordable housing.
Those who doubt my claim that DOH has 19X more eatery inspectors than DOB has for buildings: See here http://t.co/rv1Rv7V0g2
— Steve Cuozzo (@stevecuozzo) March 9, 2014
Steve Cuozzo, real estate columnist for the New York Post. Tweets on New York commercial real estate news.
Kyle Kimball, president of New York City EDC. Tweets on city planning issues, startups and politics.