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For 50 years, CCIM Institute has been a leader in CRE education.
Major CRE sectors enter 2022 with optimism of varying degrees, ranging from robust recovery to continued record-setting performance.
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The multifamily market has seen growing interest, leading up to and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As retailers find their footing in 2022, opportunities abound in a sector that faced plenty of challenges during the pandemic.
Amid steadily increasing occupancy and rents, self-storage is primed for continued growth in the next year.
Considering the growing demand for industrial real estate, golf courses are popular targets for conversion to warehouse and distribution centers.
Selling a rental property allowed one CRE professional to establish cash flow via a charitable remainder trust.
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As commercial real estate continues to navigate pandemic conditions, a recent study reveals changing priorities in building management.
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