TRD’s YouTube channel: The place to watch all things real estate

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Aug.August 17, 2021 04:30 PM

Subscribe to The Real Deal's YouTube channel for unparalleled, comprehensive multimedia coverage on all things real estate

The Real Deal‘s YouTube channel shares the same goal as our newsroom: To bring you the most interesting, newsy and insightful content on all things real estate.

Here’s a sample of what you can expect if you subscribe:

— A look at what lies ahead for coworking firms as the corporate world renegotiates its relationship with the office.

 

— Origin stories of real estate billionaires like Jay Paul and the gilded game of musical chairs that is celebrity real estate.

 

— Our “TRD Explains” series where we demystify the more technical sectors of the industry, such as the process of demolishing a building (and believe us, it is a process) and how digital assets known as NFTs are changing the game for both residential and commercial real estate.

 

— Some fast facts on San Francisco’s iconic TransAmerica Building, an icon of the skyline that is on the cusp of a major transformation

 

That, and so much more. Smash that Subscribe button, as the youths say, and click the notification bell so you can stay posted on new uploads throughout the week. We’ll see you in the comments section!


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