How SharePoint Boosts Productivity for Real Estate Business

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posted by Ngoc Anh
on Apr 01, 2017

Here you are in the real estate business. Your properties consists of all locations owned or managed and all reports, documents, tasks and data related to this business. Your data spread across hundreds of spreadsheets which brings you a lot of different problems. Like the data entry time and errors; the difficulty of making extracting data to compile management reports. Your employees often find themselves in the position of retyping the same information into multiple systems. You start looking for a system that allows you to store, organize and share information inside the real estate sector easier than ever.

Let’s see how Sharepoint boosts productivity for your real estate business!

1. Take control of properties and document intelligence

Sharepoint Real Estate

SharePoint provides a cloud-based solution which allows users to create custom templates and site portals to pull data from multiple sources. Depending on the specific necessities of the real estate, SharePoint helps it easier. You can set up information related to new and existing properties, store tenant and vendor related information, capture critical conversations and emails to establish an audit trail. You no longer need to create multiple folders for each property or project that share similar documents and filing categories. Once configured and customized to the preferences of your organization, a property site is immediately automatically ready.


2. Promote organisational collaboration and unity

Sharepoint help organisational collaboration and unity

In addition to helping improve data management, SharePoint also fosters better collaboration in the workplace, which encourages communication and efficiency. With this powerful Microsoft platform, you and your coworkers can work together through interactive feeds, Community and Follow Sites. It even help to send documents down the electronic assembly line with workflows. You have the ability to access and share information both internally and externally among employees, partners and even customers. Then SharePoint help you improve decision making, enhance productivity and quickly respond to changing your real estate business needs.


3. Provide flexible, secure and remote access

Sharepoint flexible, secure, remote access

Navigating SharePoint is simple and designed to be user-friendly. Before it, assembling unstructured data from different sources for analysis was only possible for experienced technicians. Now that SharePoint makes sharing easy when any business user can pull data from numerous sources and create a spreadsheet in minutes. It can be used both internally and externally and the members of the real estate team can easily access their info from any devices in any moment. Futhermore, they can not only collaborate on one document, and rather than spend hours combining multiple edits from into the file. They can also access the document themselves and implement corrections directly. Moreover, SharePoint ensures the security by allowing users to limit permissions with just two clicks and the program also keeps track of who has requested access to a site. You will at least avoid the worst.


4. Cost effective

Sharepoint save time and cost effective

Nowadays, to achieve good levels of productivity and competitiveness is essential for any real estate, as its ability to reduce its costs. The constantly growing real estate marketplace requires users access to various apps and updates that keep their programs running quickly and efficiently. Therefore, SharePoint is an essential tool to save your business time and money in the long term.


Whether it is residential, commercial or industrial and for processes such as due diligence, acquisitions, property management, asset management, etc., SharePoint provides all the capabilities to help you increase productivity among your internal teams, customers and investors. It is definitely a crucial key to optimize your business’s productivity.

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