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2013 Capitol Hill Visit Day

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Posted December 19th 2012

2013 Capitol Hill Visit: April 10

Join CCIM Institute and IREM for the eleventh annual Capitol Hill Visit on April 10, 2013 in Washington, D.C. This event gives CCIMs an opportunity to meet with U.S. Representatives and Senators to lobby on important industry issues. The Capitol Hill Visit is a joint venture with IREM, a sister organization, that shares our interests in commercial real estate. This partnership naturally becomes one of the largest national lobbying efforts to represent your interests.

IMPORTANT DATES

  • April 2, 2013 — Webinar Federal Issues Briefing 2:00-3:00pm CST (rescheduled from March 27)
  • April 9, 2013 — Member Orientation and regional caucus 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. EDT
  • April 10, 2013 — Capitol Hill Visit Day (contact your Capitol Hill Coordinator)

Register Here

You will be directed to the Insitute of Real Estate Management's website to register.

Briefing Papers Here

Prepare and review the 2013 Capitol Hill Visit issues using the briefing papers to understand and guide your research on carried interest, internet sales tax fairness and lead paint in commercial buildings.

CHAPTER RESOURCES

  1. $500 Chapter Reimbursment Procedure
  2. Information Packet for Capitol Hill Coordinators and CCIM Chapters

For Capitol Hill Chapter Coordinators:
The Top 10 Things You Need to Know (First-Time Attendees see video below)

FIRST-TIME ATTENDEES
The Top 10 Things You Need to Know

NOTE: Legislative Liaison Adriann Murawski (not Murowski) may be contacted at amurawski@ccim.com.

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The next Capitol Hill Visit is April 9, 2014. CCIM and IREM members will lobby their federal congressional representatives, visit with lawmakers and make sure their voices are heard on issues that impact commercial real estate. Read more.

Briefing papers

Briefing papers explain how national and state laws and regulations could affect your business. Written and researched by CCIM’s legislative staff, briefing papers provide background information on key issues and are updated as new developments arise. Find our briefing papers here.

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CCIM Institute members may opt-in to receive U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) updates, which are delivered by Real Estate ISAC. Our affiliation with Real Estate ISAC also gives members online access to terrorism-related bulletins, providing real estate managers with the most current guidelines and updates pertaining to building security. Read More about the US Homeland Security updates