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Making Transactions Happen with Real Estate Gifting 


The charitable gifting of real estate presents many opportunities for real estate professionals who work with donors and the recipient charitable organizations. This two-session online course will help you discover those opportunities. At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to create client solutions, leverage the CCIM network and CCIM Foundation, understand the use of the real estate gifting process as a tool for disposition, and handle transactions that benefit both the donor and the charitable organization.

Industrial Distribution 

This two-hour online course is for real estate professionals who want more information regarding site selection issues and other strategies involved in corporate decision making process, this course will examine network strategies, location selection involving supply chain and final execution details including negotiation of real estate incentives.

Urban Planning Webinar Series 
With 80 percent of the U.S. population living in cities (U.S. Census 2012), how do urban planners and real estate developers accomodate such a concentration of people? The Urban Planning Webinar Series addresses the real issues that come along with urban projects like zoning, building codes, transportation systems, environmental practices, walkability standards, and public space needs.

CRE Market Trends: Senior Housing Investment Overview 

Learn about investment opportunities in the growing Senior Housing real estate market. This course will cover: senior housing market fundamentals, the most active industry groups in senior housing, profit and nonprofit, industry influences such as Medicare, Medicaid and other financing options, key metrics including cap rates, range of sales per unit/bed, rental rate and basic underwriting principals, and the interplay of real estate, hospitality and health care services.

Congressional In-District Leave-behind 2019 
CCIM CRE Insights Report 1Q18 
University Partner Student Membership Application 

University Partner Student Benefits 

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By Rich Rosfelder | Vice President of Strategic Communications <br> | (312) 321-4507

2019 CIRE Editorial Calendar 

Urban Satellites Rising 

Urban satellites have experienced substantial working-age population growth and new apartment construction over the past six years, indicating that many Americans are choosing to stay in the orbit of large, successful cities such as New York, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco.

JWL Attendees and Award Winners 

Adaptive Reuse Poised to be the Next Major Product Category in Commercial Real Estate 
Posted on Aug. 8, 2018 | CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway, in partnership with the Alabama Center for Real Estate, released a special report entitled “Adaptive Reuse: Turning Blight into Bright,” which represents the first step to redefine and quantify the adaptation of obsolete commercial properties for new uses as an institutional-grade product category. 
Trade War Brings Uncertainty to U.S. Commercial Real Estate 

Senate Bill 2155 was passed by the House of Representatives on May 22 with bipartisan support and signed into law by the President on May 24.  The new law rolls back many provisions of Dodd-Frank and amends certain banking rules passed in accordance with Basel III.  It provide

Commercial Real Estate Outreach 

One solution to the pending workforce shortage in commercial real estate is education -- and the earlier, the better, says Collete English Dixon.

Yield Ahead 

While the U.S. economy picked up steam in 2018 thanks to strong confidence from both consumers and businesses, commercial real estate professionals may need to brace for some speed bumps ahead in 2019.

Boutique Investment 

Boutique investment funds need to leverage collective brainstorming, expertise, and tenacity of people to give life and leverage to data and delivers deals.

Amazon's Real Winners 

CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway shares lessons learned from Amazon’s site-selection process and the potential long-term effects on the industry and the cities who participated in the HQ2 search.

Combatting Workforce Shrinkage 

The talent pool for commercial real estate professionals is shrinking. How can the industry curb the tide and bring in more professionals, more diversity, and more young people into the CRE workforce?

CCIM Deal Makers 

Check out the biggest CCIM deals and deal makers in retail, office, multifamily, financing, hospitality, industrial, and land.

Incenting Development 

Use of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program continues to encourage developers to provide quality affordable housing that targets the needs of the state.

Prepare for Success 

Crane discusses the industry and her goals for CCIM Institute in the coming year, including the biggest CRE challenges and market opportunities.

Opportunity Knocks 

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created the federal opportunity zone incentive, which provides tax benefits to those who invest in qualified opportunity zones -- low-income Census tracts nominated by each state.

International Beat 

Europe's 100M-euro big deal | Global markets to watch | India's office market shows gains | APAC medical centers looking healthy | Land transactions strong in Canada

Mark Hinkins: CCIM Connections Change His Career and Life 

Being involved with CCIM Institute nationally, regionally, and locally has transformed Mark Hinkins, CCIM, FRICS. “Earning the CCIM and becoming involved with CCIM Institute gave me the confidence and tools to expand my company within a major metro market [San Francisco],” says Hinkins, president and managing broker of Sperry Commercial Global Affiliates in Walnut Creek, Calif. “If not for CCIM, I would not own the keys to my own real estate business.”