A Household Commercial Real Estate Software

Thanks in advance for reading up on our new software and we hope to see you in our ranks soon! Completing the Version 2 REsheets Rollout, we’re taking this week to highlight what it means to own our analysis software. REsheets provides (2) in house template packages, our Famous REsheets Toolbelt and our Discounted Cash Flow Model Bundle. Here’s what …

Elegance and the $100 Analysis

REsheets is proud to offer the never before heard of: $100 Financial Analysis. Let that sink in, and then remember your first try is free. It’s part of a whole new movement here at REsheets, and the internet everywhere, to modernize access to information, and to keep your arms and legs in the process. So it’s your choice, a $100 …

An Exciting Update!

We know it’s still Summer, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get excited for the next phase in Commercial Real Estate. We’re proud to announce to our users that REsheets will undergo a complete update in the next couple of weeks. Expect exciting features and great offers. Thanks, as always, The REsheets Team

Summer Term Special

We’re fast approaching summer, and although most of us aren’t packing away for three months of responsibility-free leisure, we’re all entitled to our summer term schedule. REsheets would like to lend a hand by means of our summer term special: 20% off any product. That’s $40 off the REsheets Toolbelt. That’s $100 off the Apartment Cash Flow Model. That’s $250 off …

Simple Excel – Learning the Excel List

photo credit: terry We all know Excel has tricks. (don’t forgot the usual guide and homework!) Sometimes we forget just how useful they are. Today we’re focusing on the Excel list function, a relatively simple tool with database-saving application. It’s part of Excel’s data validation functions, and here’s how it works: The Excel list function creates a drop-down list of predetermined …

The Leprechaun of CRE’s Past

Here at REsheets, we have a secret. Every year, just around the start of March, we’re visited by a very well intentioned and thoroughly confused Leprechaun. Typically, faery tale creatures of similar types show up just before Christmas, and in well read Charles Dickens novels, but not the Leprechaun of CRE’s Past. Yesterday, as I was sitting in the REsheets’ …