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July.Aug.17

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Slow Fuse

Investors and lenders are proceeding cautiously amid forecasts for slower growth ahead.

Many sports analogies are being thrown out to describe how close the U.S. commercial real estate market is to its cyclical peak. Regardless of whether fans are keeping score based on quarters, innings, or overtime, time is still left on the clock. 

It is no wonder that the maturity of the market cycle is garnering plenty of attention. The U.S. commercial real estate market is now eight years into its current economic expansion, which is lengthy by historical standards. 

“I don't see a lot of risks to the cycle in 2017,” says Ryan Severino, chief economist at JLL in the New York City metro area. “I don't even see all that much in 2018. I think we have at least a couple of years before we start to have that question about is the clock ticking or not."

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Level Playing Field

CCIM Institute develops technology to level the playing field between big and small companies.

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Ahead of the Curve

Amid constant change, commercial real estate professionals are adapting and thriving.

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Lenders Move Full-Speed Ahead

Lenders continue to provide aggressive financing for commercial properties.

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Multi-Service Properties Trend

Flexibility and adaptability make multi-service properties the highest and best use of space.

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Brand Recognition

President's Desk

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Shifting Landscape

Changes in transportation are poised to transform commercial real estate.

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Global Promoter

Q&A with Catherine Li, CCIM

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Savvy Gifting

A case study about how donating property to the CCIM Foundation gives back to those involved.

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Technology Rules

Automatic data capture will solve the problems with multifamily data.

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Queen’s Gambit

Develop the right strategic moves to keep clients on track to close transactions.

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Raising the Bar

CCIM instructor leads transformation of New Mexico’s mandatory CE program.

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Market Trends

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Regional Outlook

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International Beat

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Deal Makers

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Is Bigger Better?

CCIM Connections with James Huang

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Myth or Reality?

Despite predictions, massive adoption of driverless vehicles will take many years.

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