Jay Olshonsky has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of NAI Global since December 2012. NAI Global is one of the largest commercial real estate firms, with over $20 billion in annual transaction volume, more than 375 offices, over 1.15 billion square feet of property managed and 6,000 professionals serving customers in over 36 countries. NAI Global is part of Reonomy’s corporate partnership program, with partner discounts for NAI members across the U.S.
“Partnering with Reonomy is an exciting development – we’re able to support our brokers with game-changing, innovative technology that’s easy to use.”
Finding a cutting-edge technology tool to better enable NAI brokers to win more business.
As the President & CEO of NAI Global, Jay is always looking for ways to build upon the impressive reputation for professionalism and excellence the network already has. With over 300 offices across the United States, NAI offices in tertiary markets often find they don’t have the data coverage they require from other data providers. Jay was looking for a prospecting tool with true national coverage that he could provide to his network to fill in the gaps for their property and owner databases.
“I’m constantly keeping an eye out for the best tools in the industry to recommend to our members. Partnering with Reonomy is an exciting development – we’re able to support our brokers with game-changing, innovative technology that’s easy to use, and help ensure that their offices have greater access to the CRE data they need.”
A time-saving data source which helps brokers unlock new opportunities.
With Reonomy, NAI offices now have unparalleled access to over 52 million commercial properties, across every county and MSA.
In addition to helping NAI network members discover new opportunities they might not otherwise have access to with Reonomy, NAI members can cut down on the time spent on research they have to do. Jay has made sure that the brokers within his network have the best tools available to them to ensure the deal cycle happens as fast as possible.