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3Q19 Commercial Real Estate Insights Report 
3Q19 Commercial Real Estate Insights Report
Extender Letter Section 179D 
Extender Letter Section 179D
2019 Commercial Investment Real Estate Media Kit 

2019 Commercial Investment Real Estate Media Kit

CCIM Live!: The T's in Technology 

What apps are commercial real estate pros using for business? Todd Clarke, CCIM, and Todd Kuhlmann, CCIM, discussed their favorites during The T's in Technology session at the CCIM Live conference in Denver.true472

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CCIM Live!: Real Estate Gifts: A New Market Niche 

W. Duncan Patterson, CCIM, shared insights on real estate gifting at CCIM Live in Denver. Learn how to help your clients explore available tax savings while evaluating the potential for family legacy, retirement income, and philanthropy through real property gifts.

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Data Security 

As more and more business keep and maintain personal information, the issue of data security gains more importance. This document summarizes legislation regarding data security and how this may affect CCIMmembers. true47214717

China’s Hospitality Sector Bounces Back 

With 1,260 hospitality projects in the pipeline in 1Q11, China is driving hotel development activity in the Asia Pacific region to levels last seen in 2Q08. According to a spring 2011 Lodging Econometrics report, China’s pipeline was the first to

Commercial Real Estate Insurance Rates Expected to Remain Favorable 

Commercial real estate insurance rates were flat to down for North American firms in 4Q10, according to Marsh’s North American Insurance Market Report 2011. Last year’s market drivers are expected to contribute to conditions in 2011 as well. “An abundance

Canada’s Hospitality Pipeline Picks Up 

The Canadian hospitality sector is looking up, according to Lodging Econometrics, and the market should see modest increases in development over the next year. Hospitality development fell sharply from its 2Q08 peak, when there were 32,549 rooms in the pipeline

More than just a designation(1) 
The CCIM Institute offers so much more than just the CCIM designation. The Ward Center for Real Estate Studies provides ongoing education and professional development opportunities outside of the designation curriculum. In addition, the CCIM Institute’s magazine, Commercial Investment Real
CCIM TECH Contracts With REI Wise to Provide Marketing Solutions for CCIM Institute Members 

CCIM TECH CONTRACTS WITH REI WISE TO PROVIDE MARKETING SOLUTIONS FOR CCIM INSTITUTE MEMBERS Chicago, IL (February 10, 2010) – CCIM TECH has contracted with REI Wise, a leader in online financial analysis and marketing software for commercial real estate,

Commercial Lien Laws 

Background In reaction to the problem of commercial brokers completing a commercial lease or sales transaction that is subject to a listing or commission agreement, only to receive a portion of the agreed upon fee, or sometimes no fee at

Construction Uptick Expected by 2012 

Commercial real estate construction activity finally will begin to pick up next year, according to a forecast update from the American Institute of Architects Consensus Construction Forecast panel. The report predicts a 6.4 percent increase in nonresidential spending in

Commercial Real Estate Coalition Formed on Carried Interest 

The CCIM Institute is in a coalition monitoring potential proposals on carried interest from the federal Deficit Reduction or Super Committee. No legislative proposals have been made public at this point. Although nothing is proposed, as a coalition we decided

Construction Expected to Pick Up by Year-End 

A sluggish residential housing market, an uncertain employment picture, and high debt levels are some of the factors that will keep 2011 non residential construction spending near 2010 levels. However, spending is likely to increase by year end, according to

Commercial Real Estate Professionals Await Impact Of New Energy Law 

The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 became law on December 19, 2007. The “High Performance Commercial Buildings” section is of the most interest to commercial real estate professionals. A Director of Commercial High Performance Green Buildings is

Dollar Chains Thrive in Weak Economy 

While most retailers continue to struggle with sluggish sales growth, dollar stores are flourishing, according to Dollar Days, a December 2011 Colliers International white paper. Dollar General, Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, and 99¢ Only Stores currently operate approximately 21,500 U.S.

Election Results from Midyear Meetings 

Elections for the following positions were held during the Midyear Business Meetings in New Orleans. Each position includes a brief description of the officer's role and the CCIMs who were elected to fill those roles. 2011 Treasurer Elect 2012 Treasurer

D.C. Leads the U.S. in LEED Space 

Recently completed Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified projects helped Washington, D.C., rank No. 1 on the U.S. Green Building Council’s list of most LEED certified space per capita. Ranked independently of the top 10 states, the nation’s capital

New Designees Pinned in Poland and Russia 

The CCIM designation was awarded to members in Poland and Russia following Comprehensive Exams in both countries in recent weeks. In Poland, 35 CCIMs were pinned on May 19. A week later, 45 members passed the Comp Exam in Russia

Cap Rates Drop in Big-Box Net Lease Sector 

The median capitalization rate for single net leased big box stores fell year over year by 16 basis points to 8.35 percent in 3Q11, according to The Boulder Group's Net Lease Big Box Report, but remain 60 bps above the