CCIM:

The Real Estate Standard for Professional Achievement

About This Thought Leader

The CCIM Institute was established in 1954 to give commercial real estate practitioners a previously unrealized opportunity to further their business practices through focused education and networking opportunities. Today, with the addition of advanced technology tools, CCIM is the global leader in commercial and investment real estate education and services. And the coveted CCIM designation, recognized as a hallmark of professional competency, affords members an undisputed competitive advantage. Belonging to CCIM means being part of an ethical and knowledgeable network that fosters lasting relationships based on mutual respect. Our membership represents diversity in culture, gender, and age from all disciplines in the commercial real estate industry. For more information, visit www.ccim.com
  • Learning to THRIVE in Interesting Times

    LOS ANGELES—As cliches go, “May you live in interesting times” is used more than is actually appropriate. But consider: bonds are wrapped in uncertainty, sources of credit are expanding beyond the traditional vendors, a disruptive lending model is gaining traction, all the while a migration is occuring back to urban cores that’s pushing even the value of secondary markets to investment-worthy.

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  • A Niche Moves From Marginal to Mainstream

    NEW YORK CITY-What causes a niche market to get the attention of a broad base of investors? For student housing, it was a four-step process that evolved over years, says Vesper Holdings’ Doug Kligman.

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  • The Rise of the CBD

    MIAMI—Forget the hills. It’s the cities that are alive—-and not all of the new construction revolves around transit-oriented development.

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  • What’s the Appeal of a Secondary City?

    LOS ANGELES--Andrew White, CCIM, of Gladstone Commercial explains why he’s drawn out of town and into markets less traveled.

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  • The In-Crowd: A Crowdfunding Primer

    LOS ANGELES—Realty Mogul’s Elizabeth Braman thinks CRE investing has changed forever. In this exclusive interview, weeks away from her appearance at CCIM Thrive, she explains why.

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  • Few Weeds in the Lending Landscape

    LOS ANGELES—Experts see a continuation of the uber-favorable capital environment for the foreseeable future, with only a few red flags on the horizon.

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  • US Economy: Prettiest Pig in the Trough

    LOS ANGELES-As long as jobs keep coming, real estate spaces will continue to fill up, no matter how slowly it happens. Dr. Mark Dotzour explains in this Q&A.

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  • RealShare ORANGE COUNTY - In Pictures

    IRVINE, CA - Over 700 real estate professionals met at the Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center to network and listen to experts discuss the latest in office and multifamily, as well as the overall state of CRE in the industry. Scroll though the images below to see select highlights from the show.

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  • What’s Boosting Central Florida’s Rental Market?

    ORLANDO—Praedium Group's Mark Lippmann and Dana Baines tell GlobeSt.com's Jennifer LeClaire what's behind the boom in Central Florida's multifamily market.

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  • CCIM: Industrial Activity Picks Up in Q2

    CHICAGO—Most of the CCIM members surveyed by the organization reported experiencing greater deal flow for industrial properties.

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About CCIM

The CCIM Institute was established in 1954 to give commercial real estate practitioners a previously unrealized opportunity to further their business practices through focused education and networking opportunities. Today, with the addition of advanced technology tools, CCIM is the global leader in commercial and investment real estate education and services. And the coveted CCIM designation, recognized as a hallmark of professional competency, affords members an undisputed competitive advantage. Belonging to CCIM means being part of an ethical and knowledgeable network that fosters lasting relationships based on mutual respect. Our membership represents diversity in culture, gender, and age from all disciplines in the commercial real estate industry. For more information, visit www.ccim.com