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Max Mobility 

Nowadays, it’s easy to find articles about apps that help you work more efficiently. However, a mobile CCIM needs a more specialized approach to operate in the commercial real estate world. But a few apps and low cost subscriptions could

Choosing a CRM 

Wouldn't it be nice to have a full time assistant who could remember all your clients' names, properties, and birthdays? Even better, what if the assistant was available 24 hours a day and never called in sick? For many commercial

Is Video Worth It? 

From shoes to cars to houses, industries are embracing product videos. They give consumers a chance to view before they buy. For businesses, videos provide an opportunity to control the marketing message, are easily shared, and provide details beyond pictures

It’s a Whole New Business 

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

Risky Business 

Employees rely on anytime-anywhere data access. As a result, using consumer file sharing applications at work is extremely prevalent. These apps deliver convenience, making them an easy choice for document access, information sharing, and collaboration. However, drawbacks exist. What is the potential cost to

Seeing Tech's Potential 

Building information modeling can streamline the design, development, and operation of properties of all types.

Introducing DealShare 

For years, CCIM designees have successfully shared their property haves and wants via the members only MailBridge email platform. This fall, MailBridge became DealShare, offering all CCIM members a more efficient, robust way to make connections and do business online.

Making the Move to Virtual Inspections 

Cost and time savings for off-site inspections are still dependent on the human element, even as interest grows during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Flier Right 

Once the cornerstone of commercial real estate marketing efforts, printed property fliers have since been overshadowed by listing services, emails, and other digital platforms. But given the wealth of marketing options, why haven’t fliers disappeared altogether? “If CBRE, Colliers, NAI,

Hang Out with Google+ 

Google+ received a lot of fanfare when it launched more than two years ago. Since then, however, Google’s social networking site hasn’t gotten nearly as much respect or ink as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or even Pinterest. And, understandably, many commercial

Resource Guide 

It’s hard to keep up with today’s constantly evolving technology. However, there are a number of products and resources that can help improve your day to day business practices. Commercial Investment Real Estate gathered a handful of products that are

Work Smarter 

This year, the commercial real estate industry will continue to face challenges. CCIM members are looking for information that will help them save time, cut costs, and enhance their productivity. In the current economic climate, for example, retail leasing specialists

Slimmed-Down Innovation 

The newly redesigned MacBook measures 13.1 milimeters deep, making it Apple’s thinnest laptop. The keyboard uses a new butterfly mechanism for typing that allows for a more stable response with keys that are 17 percent larger than previous versions. The