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CCIM Connections Podcast

The name says it all. CCIM Connections Podcast, the companion to The CCIM Institute's quarterly magazine, features leading industry personalities tackling the topics that matter most to commercial real estate professionals today. You'll hear their stories, their insights, and their best practices to inspire, motivate, and make a tangible difference in how you do business. 

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Most Recent Podcasts


Vision 100: Revolutionizing CCIM Presence in Canada with Steve Da Cruz, CCIM

n this podcast, we uncover the bold Vision 100 initiative spearheaded by The CCIM Institute's Canadian chapters. With a laser-focused mission to double the number of CCIM Designees by 2025, this movement is set to redefine commercial real estate expertise nationwide. Hear from Steve Da Cruz, CCIM, as he discusses how Vision 100 aims to assert CCIMs as indispensable leaders in Canada's real estate landscape. Explore the strategic steps, from education advocacy to community outreach, driving this monumental shift towards excellence and impact.


The Office Revival: Unveiling Trends, Perspectives, and the New Normal With Evelyn Ward, CCIM


Evelyn Ward, CCIM is Senior Vice President for Agency Leasing and Land Services with Transwestern in Houston. With nearly 20 years of commercial brokerage experience, Evelyn focuses on agency leasing for office, as well as tenant and owner/user representation throughout the greater Houston area. Ward’s expertise lies in market knowledge, negotiations, marketing, and finding the best solution for her clients based on their goals and individual needs. She earned her CCIM Designation in 2011 and is a senior instructor for the CCIM Institute for CI 103 Designation courses. In this episode, we dive into the dynamic world of office space leasing and tenant and owner-user representation. Ward uncovers strategies, insights, and her views on vacancies and where she believes office is heading in the future.