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Hotel Reservations 

It’s a sign of the new normal that North Dakota has been the top market in hotel performance for the past two quarters, according to Marcus & Millichap. It scored 114.0 compared to the U.S. average of 104.2, when measuring

Stepping on the Gas 

Considering the fast-paced change faced by commercial real estate professionals in 2022, Leslie G. Callahan III, CCIM, CCIM Institute’s 2022 president, aims to offer steady, sturdy leadership in bringing the organization through what hopes to be the waning COVID-19 pandemic.

Out of Gas 

Gas prices increased 20 percent during the first half of 2012. Lower oil prices decreased the pump price earlier this summer, but in late July, prices started climbing once again. Paradoxically, one of the businesses most negatively impacted by higher

Property Casualty Insurance 

Foreign Capital Buys Offices In 2014, foreign capital was particularly focused on office assets, purchasing $17 billion of U.S. office properties, according to CBRE. That amount represents 45 percent of last year’s foreign investment in U.S. commercial real estate. More

Raising the Bar 

Clients across the commercial real estate industry recognize the value of using a CCIM. As clients consider selling or purchasing in primary, secondary, and tertiary markets, they call on CCIMs because they need advanced skills to make complex real estate decisions. As the year draws to an end, remember to r

Technology Free Fall 

Editor’s note This article, which originally appeared in Commercial Investment Real Estate, July August 1996, is one of the most popular articles downloaded from the CIRE archive. Here is a condensed version of the original article. Make better occupancy decisions

PartnerShip Perks 

Foreign Capital Buys Offices In 2014, foreign capital was particularly focused on office assets, purchasing $17 billion of U.S. office properties, according to CBRE. That amount represents 45 percent of last year’s foreign investment in U.S. commercial real estate. More

Las Vegas Leader 

Although residential overstock and dependence on the broader U.S. economy keep Las Vegas’ commercial real estate recovery at bay, some major office and industrial tenants are placing their bets in the still challenged market. What’s the upside? “Las Vegas is

Industrial Stacks Up 

It didn’t take long for Jeff Castell, CCIM, SIOR, to find a buyer for his client’s 704,000 square foot distribution center in Franklin, Ind., earlier this year. A principal at Cassidy Turley in Indianapolis, Castell knew the property’s 32 foot

In the Works in Washington 

With an infrastructure bill finally signed into law, what does 2022 bring for commercial real estate-related legislation?

CCIM Members’ Favorite iPad Accessories 

CCIM members favorite iPad accessories — cases and chargers — are a good indication of how much their tablets are used. These accessories keep their iPads charged, protected, and integrated with other devices. Here are the accessories CCIM members said

Creative Portfolios 

Foreign Capital Buys Offices In 2014, foreign capital was particularly focused on office assets, purchasing $17 billion of U.S. office properties, according to CBRE. That amount represents 45 percent of last year’s foreign investment in U.S. commercial real estate. More

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Tangible Property Regs 

Avoid demolishing your depreciable tax basis. 6442451015 6442451016 Having climbed back from the lows of the Great Recession, the commercial real estate market has rebounded in recent years; some would say there are signs that top-tier markets are overheating. In response, commercial real estate profess

Regional Outlook 

East D.C.’s Big Deal The next fast food trend coming your way conveyor belt sushi. London based Yo Sushi opened its first U.S. franchise location in Washington, D.C.’s Union Station, with two more D.C. locations planned for this year. The

Multifamily Matters 

The multifamily market has seen growing interest, leading up to and during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Better Than Average 

Retailers that are back in expansion mode are bumping up against a big obstacle — a lack of inventory when it comes to good real estate locations. The limited supply of new retail construction has been a huge help to

CCIMs’ Big Fat Deals 

The office sector dominated this year’s largest member transactions. 29397 The year 2015 was a standout for CCIM members with 54 percent indicating a year-over-year uptick in transactions in CCIM Institute's 3Q 2015 Quarterly Market Trends Report. Almost one-third of the 267 deals reported to Commercial In

CCIMs’ Biggest Deals of 2021 

In a bounce-back year for CRE, these deal-makers share keys to closing the largest transactions of last year. 

1231 Assets 

Foreign Capital Buys Offices In 2014, foreign capital was particularly focused on office assets, purchasing $17 billion of U.S. office properties, according to CBRE. That amount represents 45 percent of last year’s foreign investment in U.S. commercial real estate. More

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International Beat 

Foreign Capital Buys Offices In 2014, foreign capital was particularly focused on office assets, purchasing $17 billion of U.S. office properties, according to CBRE. That amount represents 45 percent of last year’s foreign investment in U.S. commercial real estate. More

Digital Assets 

29408 As technology has progressed, establishing digital accounts for individuals and their businesses has grown immensely. These digital assets are often archived and need to be taken into consideration for estate planning or business succession planning. Differentiating between digital accounts and d

Education Focus 

While the CCIM Institute is recognized as one of the preeminent commercial real estate networks in the world, “education is the true foundation of our organization,” says 2015 Institute President Mark Macek, CCIM, president and owner of Macek Companies, in

Advance CCIM Education Through Giving 
Advance CCIM Education Through Giving Consider donating contributions to the CCIM Foundation to advance commercial real estate education and research. This organization gives scholarships to those earning the CCIM designation through CCIM chapters nationwide.