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Ken Riggs Shares His 2013 Market Forecast 

In this podcast, Ken Riggs, CCIM, CRE, MAI, chairman and president of Real Estate Research Corp., discusses the factors that will shape the commercial real estate investment landscape this year. He shares more of his thoughts in his article "Through

Gene Trowbridge Explains Crowd Funding 

In this podcast, Gene Trowbridge, Esq., CCIM, senior CCIM instructor, discusses crowd funding and how recent SEC changes could affect the group investing landscape. Gene also wrote “Group Investing Update,” which appears in the November December issue of Commercial Investment

Bill Milliken Discusses Legislative Advocacy 

In this podcast, Bill Milliken, CCIM, president of Milliken Realty Co. in Ann Arbor, Mich., discusses the importance of legislative advocacy and CCIM Institute's 11th annual Capitol Hill Visit Day. He shares more of his thoughts in the CCIM Connections

Ryan Severino Discusses the Government Shutdown and the Economy 

In this podcast, Ryan Severino, senior economist and associate director of research for Reis, discusses the government shutdown and other factors that could affect commercial real estate in 4Q13. You can find more commentary from Ryan at ReisReports.com, where CCIM

Kevin Thorpe Shares His Midyear Market Forecast 

In this podcast, Kevin Thorpe, chief economist principal of Cassidy Turley Commercial Real Estate Services, discusses the factors contributing to a full economic recovery. He shares more of his insights in his article “Slow but Steady,” which appears in the

Shelly LaGroue and Bill Barnhill Talk Tax Changes 

In this podcast, Shelly LaGroue, CPA, of the accounting firm Forwood & LaGroue in Mobile, Ala., and Bill Barnhill, CCIM, of Omega Properties in Mobile, discuss recent tax changes that could affect real estate decisions. They share more of their

First Quarter 2013 Quarterly Market Trends 

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Mike Pappagallo Discusses Today's Retail Trends 

In this podcast, Mike Pappagallo, chief operating officer of Kimco Realty, discusses retail sector trends and how listeners can do business with Kimco, a real estate investment trust that owns and operates a portfolio of nearly 900 neighborhood and community

Third Quarter 2013 Quarterly Market Trends 

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Second Quarter 2013 Quarterly Market Trends 

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CCIMs connect to close a $1 million deal. 

“CCIM’s National Virtual Deal Making session gave me the opportunity to expose our listing to a much wider audience of brokers in real time,” says Richard X. Gonzalez, CCIM, of Crosby & Associates in Tavares, Fla. Gonzalez and Danny Smith,

2013 Election Results 

2013 Election Results First Vice President RESULTS Three year term beginning January 1, 2014 Steven W. Moreira, CCIM CCIM Technologies, Inc. Board of Directors RESULTS Two year term beginning January 1, 2014 Eddie D. Blanton, CCIMVikki Keyser, CCIMGary Ralston, CCIMDavid

2012 Election Results 

First Vice President ResultsThree year term beginning January 1, 2013 Mark Macek, CCIM Vision Statement Executive Committee Vacancy ResultsTwo year term beginning January 1, 2013 James D. Verro, CCIM CCIM Institute Board of Directors Vacancy ResultsThree year term beginning January

CCIMs connect to close a $3.4 million retail deal. 

“Mailbridge was the vehicle that helped make the deal happen,” explains George Renz, CCIM, of Renz and Renz Real Estate Brokerage in Gilroy, Calif. Barbara K. Hokel, CCIM, of NAI Ruhl and Ruhl Commercial in West Des Moines, Iowa, contacted

CCIMs connect to close a $2.4 million deal. 

“Mailbridge does it again,” says Charlie Fulk, CCIM, of The Meridian Realty Group in Winston Salem, N.C. Fulk answered a CCIM MailBridge “want” for historic properties in the Southeast from David Bryant, CCIM, of Metropolitan Development in Columbia, S.C. Fulk

CCIMs connect to close a $6.1 million industrial deal. 

Never underestimate the importance of being active in your CCIM chapter. “I have closed several transactions over my career with current and former chapter board members,” says Thomas W. Shepherd, CCIM, of Colliers International in Milwaukee. Recently, Shepherd connected with

Clone of Resources: Public Policy 

Legislative news and bulletins Right here in the Newscenter. Capitol Hill visits Save the date for Capitol Hill Visit April 10, 2013. The orientation will be on April 9, 2013. CCIM and IREM members will lobby their federal congressional

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Cap Rates Continue to Decline 

Commercial real estate remains a very attractive investment option for both domestic and inbound investors, due in large part to the continued low interest rates and lack of comparable alternative risk adjusted investment options, according to PwC’s 2Q13 Real Estate

Study Analyzes Incentive Compensation 

Approximately 88 percent of U.S. construction companies offer incentive compensation plans, according to an FMI study on the effectiveness of incentive compensation. Of those companies implementing incentive based pay, only 21 percent consider it to be very effective. Slightly more