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Market Trends 

Multifamily Holds Steady Amid Fears of Slowdown | Offices Near Transportation Hubs Draw Interest | Experts Think Industrial Is (Barely) Overpriced | Community Areas Gaining Space in Hotels | Hemp Market to Boom in Next 5 Years | New Jersey Tops List of Self-Storage Markets | Developments Aim to Mix City, Suburban | Mass Retailers in Store for Big Growth?

CCIM Candidate Spotlight: Meetu Bhatnagar 

CCIM Candidate Meetu Bhatnagar spoke with Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine to discuss her journey toward earning the CCIM designation.

Market Trends in Commercial Real Estate 

Office Renters Change Priorities in Wake of Pandemic | Recreational Real Estate on the Rise | Case Study: COVID-19's Impact on Eastern PA Big-Box Market | Hospitality Owners Have Reservations as Occupancy Drop | Seniors Housing Responds to Mounting Pressure from Pandemic | Mixed-Use Developments Can Keep It Local | Supply Chain Reacts to Social Distancing | Self-Storage Weathers Early COVID-19 Storm

A Mature Market 

Beth Mace, chief economist with the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care, discusses challenges and opportunities in housing for seniors.

CCIM Deal Makers 

Check out the biggest CCIM deals and deal makers in retail, office, multifamily, financing, hospitality, industrial, and land.

Retail Faces a Mixed Prognosis 

The COVID-19 pandemic has illuminated weaknesses, strengths, and areas of potential growth for retailers of all kinds.

CCIM Candidate Spotlight: Kaveh Albekord 

CCIM Candidate Kaveh Albekord spoke with Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine about his experience in a family-owned firm.

Loan Relief and Commercial Real Estate’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic 

What can lenders do to survive the next two, six, or 12 months? CCIM Institute spoke with two executives from national lending firms to understand how landlords — and to a lesser degree, tenants — can best prepare for possibly negotiating rent or mortgage relief.

The Coronavirus and CRE with CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway 

In this adapted excerpt of a special episode of the Commercial Investment Real Estate podcast series, CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway discusses the pandemic, how CRE practitioners can weather the storm, and how to future-proof new investments. 

CCIM Institute Announces 2021 Executive Management Team 

Posted on Nov. 23, 2020 | CCIM Institute, one of the largest commercial real estate networks in the world with members in more than 30 countries, announced its 2021 executive management team at the organization's Annual Governance Meetings held virtually Oct. 21-23 and 26-29. CCIM Institute confers the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation, commercial real estate's global standard for professional achievement.

CCIM Institute Joins IREM to Combat Coronavirus Outbreak 
Posted on Jan. 31, 2020 | CCIM Institute Joins IREM to Combat Coronavirus Outbreak
CCIM Institute Bestows Honorary CCIM Designations on Three Industry Leaders 


Posted on Apr. 26, 2020 | CCIM Institute, one of the largest commercial real estate networks in the world with members in more than 30 global markets, recently bestowed honorary CCIM designations on three industry leaders at the organization's midyear governance meetings on April 21: CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway, MAI, CRE; NAI Global President and CEO Jay Olshonsky, SIOR, FRICS; and Real Estate Advisor Junji Ono. CCIM Institute confers the Certified Commercial Investment Member designation, commercial real estate's global standard for professional achievement.


Delivering in the Clutch 
Warehousing is a bright spot in commercial real estate as the supply chain reacts to the pandemic and the industry prepares for an uncertain future.
Cashing In 

The sale-leaseback is an appealing option for companies looking to leverage owned real estate for cash, all without disrupting day-to-day operations.

Worldview: South Korea 
South Korea distinguished itself among Asia-Pacific countries as the only market to see deal volume increase compared to year-over-year numbers.
Down But Not Out 

WeWork’s stumble may slow short-term growth in coworking, but many see sustainable demand ahead for flexible office space. WeWork’s very public financial woes have created some bigger ripple effects across the coworking/flexible office space sector. 

Market Trends 

Coworking Instability Tempers Office Volume Up, Price Down in Land Deals | Restaurants Streamline Delivery-Only Service | Eat, Sleep, Play at Video-Game Hotel | Unlikely Candidates Top Cities with Biggest Rent Increases | An Academic Look at Mixed-Use Zoning | Industrial Remains Hot Despite Cooling Forecast | Miami Votes for 9-Month Ban on Self-Storage Construction

The Lease You Can Do 

Understanding the different perspectives of tenants and landlords is key to the lease modification process.

You're Not The Hero 

When it comes to building and sustaining your business, storytelling is a crucial aspect of successful prospecting. But in these narratives, you are not the hero. Rather, you want to position your potential new clients in the center of their stories, while you fulfill the role of an empathetic, authoritative, understanding guide capable of helping them achieve a happy ending.

Fall Into New Habits 
There’s so much change afoot these days, the least of which is the change of season. CCIM Institute can help you fall into new habits to ensure you safely navigate the current investment landscape and find new opportunities.
Streamlining Adoption for CRE Tech 

Properly introducing new CRE technology to your organization can improve buy-in, remove obstacles to implementation, and, ultimately, benefit the bottom line. 

All Is (Mostly) Well in Industrial with Reis 

Moody's Analytics Reis Chief Economist Victor Calanog, Phd, CRE, points out how the industrial sector remains a favorite among investors.

CCIM Candidate Spotlight: Vladimir Diaz 

CCIM Candidate Vladimir DIaz spoke with Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine to discuss how he is preparing for the exam in October.

Running the Routes 

Logistics is a primary challenge in industrial site selection that can be conquered by comparing demands on time and resources in Site To Do Business.

Worldview: Japan 

While the Japanese economy continues its modest growth, with a 0.4 percent bump in gross domestic product for 3Q2019, the real estate market took a step back in the latter half of last year. Tokyo proved to be a bright spot for Japan.