11 #CRE Twitter Accounts You Need to Follow
Insights? Check. Trends? Check. Breaking news? Check. Twitter's a great way to stay in the loop on all things real estate. Here are 11 #CRE accounts you should follow.
1. Bjarke Ingels
Twitter handle: @BjarkeIngels
Danish starchitect Bjarke constantly updates his Twitter feed with Instagram pics and all the latest on his works.
2. Joe Stampone
Twitter handle: @JoeStampone1
Joe is VP of Investments at Atlas Real Estate and shares everything you need to know about his trade, from his book lists to informative articles.
3. Donald Trump
Twitter handle: @realDonaldTrump
What real estate Twitter account list would be complete without Trump himself? Follow for his real estate and presidential news but stay for his funny shout-outs.
4. Coy Davidson
Twitter handle: @CoyDavidsonCRE
As SVP of Colliers International, Coy often tweets about the latest trends in real estate and development.
5. Jeff Vinzani
Twitter handle: @vinzani
Jeff loves #CRE and always shares stories on the latest on markets in the industry.
6. Adrian Noriega
Twitter handle: @1adriannoriega
Broker Adrian frequently appears on HGTV's Selling New York and will keep you updated on all of the city's happenings (which is quite a bit).
7. Dolly Lenz
Twitter handle: @IDollyLenz
Dolly is an industry veteran and shares big sales and big tips via her Twitter feed.
8. Vishaan Chakrabarti
Twitter handle: @VishaanNYC
Architecture professor Vishaan tweets about beautiful buildings and industry news.
9. Rob Speyer
Twitter handle: @robspeyer
Follow the CEO of Tishman Speyer to see what one of the biggest players in the industry is up to, and also his thoughts on NYC's development scene.
10. Jay Rickey
Twitter handle: @JayRickey
16 years in the industry means you've got quite the curated Twitter feed of relevant and interesting news from all the top sources.
11. Robert Pliska
Twitter handle: @rpliska
Robert is the owner and managing director of Sperry Van Ness. He tweets trends in the industry and motivational quotes to get you through your workweek.