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Academy Participants - 2003 

2003 Participants Roger Broderick, CCIM "What has Jay W. Levine Leadership Development Academy meant to me... First 'Big Jay' would have been proud to have his name associated with this outstanding effort to find the New Young 'TURKS', myself excluded,

Academy Participants - 2005 

2005 Participants Randy N. Atkin, CCIM “The Academy was an invaluable opportunity to learn about leadership qualities, evaluate myself and focus on excellence. Thank you to the Institute for creating this experience.” Randy Atkin, CCIM Send Randy Email John R.

Academy Participants - 2012 

Jim Baker, CCIMThe Jay W. Levine Leadership Academy has been a tremendous opportunity and learning experience for me in three ways. One, I have learned many valuable skills from the fantastic JWL LDA instructors which are already paying

Academy Participants - 2006 

2006 Participants Mark Biery, CCIM “This will help you in life, as well as your work ” Mark Biery, CCIM Send Mark an Email Charles C. Connely, CCIM “The JWL Academy is an action packed program that is truly top

Academy Participants - 2004 

JWL Leadership Development Academy | 2004 Participants

Academy Participants - 2007 

2007 Participants Back L to R Neal Churney, Casey Babb, Jason Kaiser, Alex Johnson, John Lopez, Albert Livingston, Mac McClure, John Khami Seated L to R Don Sebastian, Zach Hartman, Ken Riggs Front L to R Michael Batdorf, Butch West

Academy Participants - 2010 

Rob Barber, CCIM The Jay W. Levine Leadership Development Academy was a great experience. The focus is on individual development with a twist of how to interact with teams and build relationships that are lasting. In a business that

Academy Participants - 2008 

2008 Participants Back L to R David Verwer, Michael Tseng, Tony Rickard, Richard Juge, Pamela Spadaro, Daryl Crotts Seated L to R Michael Shelton, Charlotte Goldblatt, Katya Naman, Constance Boyle, Lani Jo Weaver, Paul White, Miriam Campos Root > Constance

Academy Participants - 2015 

Jay W. Levine Leadership Development Academy | 2015 Participants

Academy Participants - 2014 

Wolf Baschung, CCIMThe JWL Leadership Academy is teaching me interpersonal skills for leadership and group interaction as well as pin pointing my areas of leadership strengths and weaknesses. For anyone involved in running a business or an organization

Academy Participants - 2011 

Carmen Austin, CCIM Jay W. Levine has proven to be a wonderful experience for me. I thoroughly enjoyed networking with my peers, learning so much about myself and

Going to the Source 

Real estate agents and brokers often make disclosures without attributing information sources. In so doing, they become the source of the information. When the information is accurate, there is no problem. When the information is inaccurate, however, the agent or

1031 Games 

CCIMs are often involved in Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 exchanges for their clients and for their own real property interests. While tax deferred like kind exchanges were first authorized in 1921, it was the Tax Reform Act of 1986

Lenders Look Ahead — Cautiously 

As loss rates in commercial real estate loans plummet, U.S. banks are once again competing to lend the funds that complete the deals. Commercial real estate lending is strong, with 2014 year end loan balances matching the last peak market

Crowdfunding Conundrum 

Sometimes new ideas aren’t so new after all. Take crowdfunding, for example, says Gene Trowbridge, CCIM, a senior partner of Trowbridge & Taylor LLP and a CCIM Institute senior instructor. When France gave the U.S. the Statue of Liberty in

Deal Makers 

The Biggest Deal Lawrence J. Harwood, CCIM, of Q10|Lutz Financial Services in Birmingham, Mich., arranged the $46.5 million refinancing of a 345,000 sf retail power center in Orion Township, Mich., for an undisclosed borrower. Harwood also arranged the $29.2 million

Retail Forecaster 

The dynamic intersection of online and in store sales is changing many dimensions of the retail marketplace, according to Gary M. Ralston, CCIM, CRE, SIOR, a managing partner of Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Ralston Dantzler Realty LLC in Lakeland, Fla.

Lease Option or Sale? 

Editor’s note This article, which originally appeared in Commercial Investment Real Estate, July August 1996, is one of the most popular articles downloaded from the CIRE archive. Here is a condensed version of the original article. Make better occupancy decisions

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

Regional Outlook 

East Washington, D.C.’s Big Deal Washington, D.C.’s office market got a fourth quarter shot in the arm with the $392 million sale leaseback of PNC Place to TIAA CREF and Norges Bank Investment Management from PNC Financial Services Group. The

International Property Measurement Standards 

Suppose you’re considering a purchase, such as a tablet, and decide to comparison shop among several different manufacturers. However, when you do a little research, you find the specs for an item, such as storage capacity, are measured differently from

Retail Redux? 

Retailers that are back in expansion mode are bumping up against a big obstacle — a lack of inventory when it comes to good real estate locations. The limited supply of new retail construction has been a huge help to

How Social Are You? 

“Almost 90 percent of my clients use social media,” says John Orr, CCIM, vice president of Colliers Retail Services Group in Charleston, S.C. “If your clients all use telephones to communicate and you use a pigeon to carry letters, are

Seeking Balance 

As the economy recovers from the Great Recession, construction lending is slowly resuming its place as an important component of real estate lending. For example, in Chicago, there has been a flurry of multifamily developments, and currently two major office

Market Trends 

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