We need your help! As Adventures in CRE (A.CRE) has grown and evolved over the years, so have the needs of our readers. The challenge for Michael and I as we contemplate what new content to create, is knowing what resources will be most beneficial to the majority of you. So, to help us better understand you and to know how A.CRE can best meet your needs, we’ve developed a short (2-3 minute) user insights survey that we hope you’d consider taking.

Please take the A.CRE User Insights Survey

Why take the survey?

We know you’re busy – we all are. But unless we understand why you came to A.CRE and what it is you’re looking, we won’t be able to create the content to help you solve the problem you have. Thus, by taking the survey you’re ultimately helping determine the direction A.CRE goes – in terms of content – in the coming years.

What questions are in the survey and can I remain anonymous?

Yes you can remain anonymous. The last question in the survey does give you the option to share your name and email address, as we may follow up with a few people personally to learn a little more about their situation. But sharing your name and/or email is entirely optional.

In terms of the questions.  The survey asks eight questions, largely revolving around what it is you do professionally in real estate and how Adventures in CRE can help in that regard. Examples of questions asked in the survey include “What primarily brought you to AdventuresinCRE.com?” and “What would you like to see more of on Adventures in CRE?”.

Again, the survey is short and simple, but we hope it will provide valuable insights into what you’re looking for out of A.CRE so as to maximize the value of the content we create.

Please take the A.CRE User Insights Survey

As always, if you have questions or comments about the survey please don’t hesitate to reach out to Michael or I. You can find our contact information here.

About the Author: Born and raised in the Northwest United States, Spencer Burton has over 15 years of real estate investment and development experience. In his current position, Spencer assesses new acquisition, development, and debt opportunities for a $45bn real estate fund. He resides in Dallas, TX.