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July.Aug.19 

Commercial Investment Real Estate is the magazine of CCIM Institute. Read the July/August 2019 issue.

Nov.Dec.19 

Commercial Investment Real Estate is the magazine of CCIM Institute. Read the Nov/Dec 2019 issue.

Mar.Apr.19 

Commercial Investment Real Estate is the magazine of CCIM Institute. Read the March/April 2019 issue.

May.June.19 

Commercial Investment Real Estate is the magazine of CCIM Institute. Read the May/June 2019 issue.

Sept.Oct.19 

Commercial Investment Real Estate is the magazine of CCIM Institute. Read the Sept/Oct 2019 issue.

Criteria for Leadership Positions - 2020 


Midyear Meetings Roster 2019 


Looks Who's Attending Fall 2019 


Fall 2019 Governance Meetings Schedule 
Veterans Program Handbook 


University Application: Fast Track Undergraduate 


Preparing for a Cooling Economy 

Leverage your real estate portfolio for an eventual downturn in the market and economy.

Valuing Retail Properties 

Assessments can differ, so understand what considerations go into calculating the value of retail properties. A store owned and operated by Lowe’s in Georgia was valued by the local tax assessor at $10.4 million. Not satisfied, Lowe’s counsel hired its own appraiser, who valued the property at $3.9 mill

Legacy Buildings: Raze, Rehab, or Repurpose? 
Strong demand for space in the industrial market is helping mask growing challenges emerging with functional obsolescence of older buildings.  Although a clear pricing differential exists across newer Class A industrial versus older B
Breaking Down Barriers 

Q&A with Helen Chong, CCIM In real estate, the distinction between commercial and residential can be a wall that's not easily traversed - many feel you're either on one side or the other. But those who operate in the “commercia-dential” space strive to excel in both arenas. Commercia-dential re

Regional Outlook 

{Southeast} Atlanta’s Big Deal Columbia Property Trust has sold One and Three Glenlake — two Class A office towers in Atlanta’s Central Perimeter — to Starwood Property Trust for $227.5 million. The 706,000-sf campus was renovated in 2016 and fully occupied. Tenants include the headquarters

Innovation with an Eye on Capital 

Capital appetite for disruptive technology is reshaping every commercial market, from industrial to retail. Whatever the next big thing in technology will be, it always promises to change life in the blink of an eye. But rarely do such transformations happen instantaneously. Flying cars might be the stuf

Deal Makers 

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

Learning from Experience 

Opportunity zones have plenty of potential, so here are lessons to be learned from the industry’s experience with EB-5 visas.

Retail e-Volution: Predictions for 2025 

This report is not another examination of retail’s demise, because in the immortal words of Mark Twain, “The reports of [its] death are greatly exaggerated.” Nor is it another foretelling of how the use of retail stores is morphing from a place to shop to something experiential. Here are five predictions for the future of retail that debunk several primary myths behind the plethora of retail bankruptcies and store closings that occurred in the past decade.

International Beat 

Sydney's $1.04B big deal | Poland's warehouse stock grows | The best-prepped cities for creating a safe environment | The effects of overtourism | Global markets struggling with affordable housing

1Q19 CRE Insights Report 
Retail e-Volution: Predictions for 2025 

This report is not another examination of retail’s demise, because in the immortal words of Mark Twain, “The reports of [its] death are greatly exaggerated.” Nor is it another foretelling of how the use of retail stores is morphing from a place to shop to something experiential. Here are five predictions for the future of retail that debunk several primary myths behind the plethora of retail bankruptcies and store closings that occurred in the past decade.

Vector Calibration: 2020 Capital Markets 

This report is not another examination of retail’s demise, because in the immortal words of Mark Twain, “The reports of [its] death are greatly exaggerated.” Nor is it another foretelling of how the use of retail stores is morphing from a place to shop to something experiential. Here are five predictions for the future of retail that debunk several primary myths behind the plethora of retail bankruptcies and store closings that occurred in the past decade.

2020 Midyear Schedule