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Volume VII, Number 2 - May 2002 

Volume VII, Number 2 May 2002 2002 Capitol Hill Visit Conference Banks in Real Estate Bankruptcy Reform Act Terrorism Reinsurance Energy Tax Credits Telecommunication – Battles in the States Supreme Court Decision on Property Rights Brownfields Update Toxic Mold 2002

CCIM & IREM Success Series 2007 — Best Practices: The Intersection of Real Estate and Technology (Part 2 of 2) 

Explore technology innovation and its effect on the commercial real estate industry. Listen as Darlene Pope from Realcomm shares successful case studies of intelligent buildings, resulting in tenant satisfaction and retention, reduced operating costs and increased profitability, and better marketability.true472

U.S. Senate Passed Energy Bill That Does Not Include Tax Incentives 

On June 21, 2007, the U.S. Senate voted 65 to 27 on comprehensive energy legislation that aims to raise fuel economy standards and promote a major expansion of renewable fuels and energy efficiency. The tax component of the bill that

Benefits of Attending Success Series 2009 

Now in its fourth year, the CCIM & IREM Success Series has evolved into an annual industry destination for commercial real estate professionals from all sectors of the industry. This year’s Success Series takes place October 16 17 in Honolulu,

New Commercial Real Estate Loan Rules Aim to Help Banks Restore Lending 

On October 31, 2009, the FDIC introduced new guidelines to bank examiners that could reduce the number of bank write offs of non performing commercial real estate loans. The new regulations would allow financial institutions to work with commercial real

New Guidance on “Reasonable Modifications” under the Fair Housing Act 

On March 5, 2008, the Departments of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Justice (DOJ) released guidance reinforcing the right of persons with disabilities to make “reasonable modifications” to their dwellings if a structural change to their dwelling or to

Volume X1 Number 2 June 2006 

Volume XI, Number 2 June 2006 CCIM Institute’s 2006 Congressional Visit Program Debate of Mixing of Banking and Commerce Continues Extension of Real Estate Tax Provisions Still Pending Small Business Health Plans Fails in Senate Attempt – Fight Not Over

Tax Relief Bill Passes House and Senate 

On May 11, 2006, the US Senate passed the Tax Relief Extension Reconciliation Act, H.R. 4297, by a vote of 54 to 44. The day prior the House approved the bill by a vote of 224 to 185. H.R. 4297

Volume XII, Number 1 - February 2007 

Volume XII, Number 1 February 2007 Are You Ready To Head To The Hill? CCIM Institute Capitol Hill Visit Day, April 25, 2007 Tax Cut Extenders Pass in Final Hours of 109th Congress Health Insurance Still on Congressional Agenda Minimum

Volume VI, Number 3 - July 2001 Supplement 

Volume VI, Number 3 Supplement How the Privacy Provisions of the Gramm Leach Bliley Act Affect Your Business The Act's Implementing Regulations Brokers and Property Managers Appraisers Other Activities What Disclosures Need to Be Made Type of Disclosure Form Conclusion

Demographics for Market Decisions 

Robert G. Welch, Synergos Technologies Business decisions should not only be based on demographic information, but the right demographic information. Welch discussed characteristics that identified growing markets and found 11 markets with 40% of their population growth happening in the

Todd Clarke Discusses Multifamily Investment and Generation Y 

In this podcast, Todd Clarke, CCIM, discusses multifamily investment in secondary markets and how owners and developers can attract Generation Y renters. He shares more of his thoughts in the article "Apartment Hunters," which appears in the November December issue

Foreign Investment Tax Reform May Spur Investment 

In testimony before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures, Real Estate Roundtable Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey DeBoer advocated for the repeal of the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act (FIRPTA), calling it a "discriminatory tax"

Industrial Demand Continues to Rise in 3Q11 

Demand for industrial space eclipsed 20 million square feet for the third consecutive quarter, according to Cassidy Turley’s 3Q11 U.S. Industrial Report. Vacancy dropped 10 basis points quarter over quarter and is down 70 bps from its peak of 9.9

New Law Includes 9/11 Commission Report Recommendations 

On August 16, 2007, President Bush signed into law the “Implementing Recommendations of 9 11 Commission Act of 2007” (H.R. 1), which includes a provision that requires the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) by spring, 2008, to set up

Net Lease Cap Rates Decline in 1Q11 

As net lease retail supply increased in first quarter 2011, the sector saw capitalization rates decline by 17 basis points over the same period, according to The Boulder Group’s 1Q11 Net Lease Market Report. Nationwide, net lease office cap rates

Volume XIII, Number 2 - July 2008 

In this bulletin TIC Security Update Small Business Health Plans Update IRS Identifies Cell Phones as “Listed Property” Identity Theft Rules Establishes by FTC and Federal Banking Agencies 2008 CCIM Institute and IREM Capitol Hill Visit Day a Success House

Tenants-In-Common Interests by NAR 

A tenancy in common is a form of ownership for holding title to real estate with more than one party. The following document further describes the tenancy in common and how it can help those in the real estate industry

U.S. Hotel Transaction Volume Rises 

Year over year hospitality sector sales prices accelerated for the sixth consecutive quarter in 1Q11, according to Lodging Econometrics. The overall average sales price reached a record high of $125,946 per room, a 30 percent YOY increase from $97,084 per

Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL) Receives Legislator of the Year Award 

U.S. Representative Jeff Miller (R FL) was awarded the CCIM Institute and IREM “Legislator of the Year” award during the 2011 Capitol Hill Visit. Rep. Miller was recognized for his strong support of property management and commercial real estate. CCIM

Survey Reveals Potential Impact of New Lease Accounting Standards 

According to a recent survey by Deloitte, only 7 percent of executives believe their companies are well prepared to comply with the Financial Accounting Standards Board’s proposed lease accounting standards, which may be finalized as early as June 2011. To

Friendly Persuasion: Gaining Trust and Loyalty 

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New Report Reveals Increasing Sales and Transaction Prices 

Commercial real estate sales volume and average transaction price levels are on the rise, according this month’s CoStar Commercial Repeat Sale Index, which is based on data through May 2011. Total sale pair dollar volume was up more than 150

Jeff Siebold Discusses the Multifamily Market 

In this podcast, Jeff Siebold, CCIM, MAI, discusses multifamily in small markets and a potential threat to the sector’s continued popularity among investors. Siebold was a CCIM instructor for eight years and has owned apartment properties throughout the U.S. since

Ken Riggs, CCIM: Second Quarter Edition of the ITQ 

The forecast is disturbing, but suspected Commercial property fundamentals now reflect a new economic and capital markets storm, one that may last into mid 2009. But there are bright spots on the horizon, as segments of the U.S. economy remain