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
  • Investors with Unstabilized Deals Face Lending Challenges

    LOS ANGELES—In this EXCLUSIVE video interview, the FundWell’s Chinwe Onyeagoro talks to reporter Kelsi Maree Borland about the challenges in the lending market and how the Fundwell can help.

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  • Some Crowdfunders Operate Outside Regulations

    LOS ANGELES—On the crowdfunding panel at CCIM Thrive, the industry’s top crowdfunders discuss their highly regulated environment and the platforms that aren’t falling in line.

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  • Industry Moguls Remain Bullish

    LOS ANGELES—At CCIM Thrive, five CRE leaders and economists take and in depth look at employment, spending and the fed to give a robust depiction of the economy and how it affects the real estate world.

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  • CBD-Adjacent Markets See Higher Returns

    LOS ANGELES—In this EXCLUSIVE video interview, Gladstone Commercial’s Andrew White tells reporter Kelsi Maree Borland how the company is able to generate top returns in this competitive market.

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  • Infrastructure Repair Backlogs Harm City Growth

    LOS ANGELES—On the Urban Resurrection panel at CCIM Thrive, developers discuss the importance of quality infrastructure and transportation to urban development.

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  • Can CBDs Sustain So Much Growth?

    LOS ANGELES—Lockard Development’s David Wilson sits down with Kelsi Maree Borland for an EXCLUSIVE video interview about national urban growth and the infrastructure challenges developers face.

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  • CCIM THRIVE—In Pictures

    LOS ANGELES—Over 250 CRE experts joined together at the Westin Bonaventure to network with their peers and hear from experts at CCIM THRIVE here on October 21 and 22.

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  • Secondary Markets Offer Higher Yields

    LOS ANGELES—Experts on the Rise of the Secondary City panel at the CCIM Thrive conference talk about the good opportunities in secondary and tertiary markets and in which markets they are finding those deals.

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  • Education Wins in Niche Markets

    LOS ANGELES—At the CCIM Thrive conference, niche market experts, from net lease to student housing, say that the best way to break into to these flourishing markets is through education.

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  • 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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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