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CCIM Institute Names Henry F. White, Jr., as Executive Vice President/CEO 

Contact R. J. Sirois, 312 321 4494 or rsirois@ccim.com CCIM Institute Names Henry F. White, Jr., as Executive Vice President CEO CHICAGO, October 1, 2010—Henry F. White, Jr., has been named executive vice president chief executive officer of the CCIM

CCIMREDEX and Proxio Partner to Exchange Commercial Property Listings Internationally 

CCIMREDEX AND PROXIO PARTNER TO EXCHANGE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY LISTINGS INTERNATIONALLY Chicago, IL (November 23, 2009) – CCIMREDEX, a commercial real estate technology benefit of the CCIM Institute, and Proxio, the international marketing and networking platform for real estate, announced a

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

CIRE Magazine’s Top Articles of 2011 

During the past year, Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine highlighted property market recovery trends, shared strategies for marketing your business and increasing your bottom line, and provided insight on how to use today’s technology to your advantage. Check out the

CCIM Designation Provides Advantages in Challenging Market 

CONTACT R. J. Sirois 312 321 4494rsirois@ccim.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CCIM DESIGNATION PROVIDES ADVANTAGES IN A CHALLENGING MARKET(CHICAGO) November 2009 —Despite the extremely challenging commercial real estate market, 624 real estate professionals in 2009 earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member

2021 Editorial Calendar 

The award-winning magazine of CCIM Institute, an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors, Commercial Investment Real Estate reports on the latest trends, current developments, and successful business strategies in the industry.

Advertising Opportunities 

To connect with an audience committed to commercial real estate, connect with CCIM Institute. CCIM Institute is the premier provider of commercial real estate education and the industry's best known and most highly respected membership organization. Its members hold or are ear

Call to Action Successes 

Thanks to thousands of CCIMs, CPM®s and REALTORS® who personally contacted their Senators via the NAR Action Center and CCIM's Call for Action, the United States Senate on March 10, 2005 passed The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act,

Buy and Hold Becomes Mantra for Commercial Real Estate 

With More Capital Available, Prices are Rising, Says CCIM, RERC CHICAGO, IL (November 22, 2010)—With more capital available from select sources and increased demand for less volatile investments, institutional level commercial property prices are on an upward trend, according to

Indoor Air Quality 


American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 

On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed H.R. 1, or the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The attached summary explains the provisions that pertain to commercial real estate. This summary was prepared by Legislative Staff of CCIM Institute

Banking Conglomerates Permanently Barred from Real Estate Activities 

On March 12, 2009, President Barack Obama signed the $410 billion 2009 omnibus appropriations bill. A provision of this legislation permanently prohibits banking regulators from publishing a rule defining real estate brokerage and management as financial activities and thus permissible

Disability Law 


New Study Looks at Off-Campus Student Housing 

Approximately 53.6 percent of rental income from off campus student housing properties is spent on total operating expenses, according to a new benchmarking survey from the National Multi Housing Council’s National Student Housing Council. Other top expense categories include total

Capitol Hill Visit Update: Credit Unions 

Lending options arenecessary to boost the commercial real estate industry.Of the viable solutions, raising the lending cap for credit unions would support mortgage market liquidity.Currently, credit unions are restricted by a lending cap of 12.25 percent of total assets. By

Energy Reform Legislation Approved by Congressional Committees 

On May 21, the House Energy and Commerce Committee approved H.R. 2454, the American Clean Energy Security Act by Chairman Henry Waxman (D CA) and Ed Markey (D MA). The legislation includes numerous provisions relating to more stringent renewable energy

Commercial Property Declines Show Signs of Easing 

RERC CCIM report points to positive trends heading into 2010 CHICAGO, December 8, 2009—Declines across the nation’s commercial real estate sectors appear to be easing slightly as 2010 approaches, according to the latest edition of the Investment Trends Quarterly

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Commercial Real Estate Sectors Remain Stable in 3Q11 

Commercial real estate fundamentals improved or stayed the same for major property sectors in 3Q11, according to the latest analysis from CB Richard Ellis Econometric Advisors. “While only the multifamily sector saw significant strengthening this quarter,net absorption remained positive in

License Reciprocity 


Civil Asset Forfeiture 


Cap Rates Down, Values Up in Net-Lease Retail 

A 10 percent decrease in new development among major drug store retailers has contributed to an 11 basis point decline in capitalization rates since 1Q11 for net lease single tenant investments, according to Boulder Group’s Sept. 2011 Net Lease Drug

CCIM TECH and Catylist Agree to Exchange Property Data for CCIM Institute Members 

CCIM TECH AND CATYLIST AGREE TO EXCHANGE PROPERTY DATA FOR CCIM INSTITUTE MEMBERS Chicago, IL (April 1, 2010) – CCIM TECH has entered into a data sharing agreement with Catylist to mutually exchange property information between Catylist and CCIMREDEX for

Congressional In-District Leave-behind 2019 
Commercial Real Estate Ranks Highest Among Investment Alternatives 

In 3Q11, commercial real estate ranked highest among investment alternatives, followed by cash, in CCIM Institute and Real Estate Research Corp.’s 4Q11 RERC CCIM Investment Trends Quarterly. “Despite the investment losses taken with commercial real estate during the past few