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Level Playing Field 

Since the very begginning, CCIM Institute has explored technology that can help professionals both in the classroom and in their businesses. Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine explores the 50 years of tech trends members have seen.

Covering More Bases 

These two decades marked a time of growth for the Institute. Computers were introduced to courses in 1980, and the first female president took office in 1996.

Student Housing 

Student housing continues to provide bigger returns than multifamily properties for investors.

Ahead of the Curve 

 

Raising the Bar 
Hired by the New Mexico Real Estate Commission, Todd Clarke, CCIM, developed a continuing education curriculum to better train and equip real estate professionals. The new program launched in 2017.
Independents’ Power 

 

Conquering Challenges 

 

Truly, Madly, Deeply Mobile 

 

Legislative Outlook 2018 

 

CCIMs’ Big-League Deals 

CCIM designees completed an outstanding year in 2017, with plenty of big deals in office, multifamily, industrial, and retail. In fact, office aced multifamily for the top spot, while retail topped industrial for deal volume. Several of those CCIMs who closed the biggest deals discuss the secrets of managing huge transactions and what the future holds for next year's deal-making.

Strength at the Grassroots 

CCIM Institute is an international organization aimed to train individuals in commercial and investment real estate. But without its 54 chapters around the world, CCIM could not have made the impact it had on commercial real estate education and networking over the last 50 years.

Capturing Hearts and Minds 

 

Convergence of Excellence 

How CCIMs shaped the industry during revolutionary changes in the late 1960s and 1970s. Five decades ago, the commercial real estate industry was poised at the transition of private ownership and wildcatter developers to become a global, public, professionalized industry with increasingly complex ownership a

The Wild, Wild West 

The year is coming to a close. Now is the time to consider charitable donations for today and tomorrow.

Individuals may think about what charities have made a difference in their lives. Or ask themselves what legacy they want to create. Now Alfred Nobel is not remembered as a cannon manufacturer but for funding the prestigious Nobel Prizes.