High performing Real Estate professionals hate open-plan offices and now there is proof they reduce productivity

It has been one of the pillars of early real estate office design and workplace theory: that open offices, with fewer walls, doors, and spatial boundaries, would encourage interaction and collaboration between competing commission salespersons. A central tenet of the co-working phenomenon was the assumption that the mingling with other real estate salespersons would expose them to a bounty of new transactions. With that in mind, many brokerages have taken the bait to tear down office walls, dismantle cubicles…
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