What is VTS?

VTS is a prominent leasing and asset management platform for the commercial real estate industry. Landlords and property managers may improve portfolio performance, streamline the lease and asset management processes, and help real estate brokers find the right tenants, close transactions faster, and streamline the renewal process. It cuts down on costly downtime, and brokers can manage their deals through a pipeline that connects renters with vacant and available premises more quickly. It fosters tenant-landlord connections by allowing collaboration across teams and workforces, as well as connecting landlords to their clients.

Key benefits of VTS

  • Rise Buildings: Engage residents through a unified, all-in-one real estate platform that emphasizes their needs. Boost staff efficiency, improve tenant satisfaction and improve net operating income.
  • Asset and Investment Data: With the support of CRE data professionals, provides real-estate agents with in-demand industry data such as verified real-time data, tenant demand, bulletproof investment insights, portfolio performance, and personalized insights and recommendations.
  • Online Leasing: Provides a 360-degree picture of insights and portfolio activities, as well as secure access to important information, proactive warnings, and more – at any time and from any location. Access tenant data, the productivity and progress of the leasing team, risk and opportunity statistics, and real-time pipeline and portfolio details.
  • Client Advisory Services: A team of industry specialists gives insight into the creation of processes and ensures that business outcomes are effective. An experienced advisory team, strategic goal setting, industry benchmarking, portfolio insight advisory, and more are all available.
  • Technology and Data Partners: Provides certified platform and consultancy partners who employ important data resources to assist clients in making informed, data-driven decisions. APIs are used to combine third-party data, VTS data output, ERP trends, and budget data.