- Five Essential Tips for Working With Inbound Investors
In “Cross Border Migration,” CCIMs describe the changing inbound investment landscape. But how can U.S. based advisers foster business relationships with international investors? CCIMs offer these five tips. 1. Remember They’re not from here. “Be extremely patient,” says Ernest L.
- Development Déjà Vu
An oil producing formation called the Cline Shale was recently discovered in West Texas. Soon workers descended upon the tertiary cities of Midland and Odessa, drawn by the new oil field jobs. Brian J. O’Boyle, CCIM, managing broker with Apartment
- Shopping Center Shift
For neighborhood and community shopping center owners, it’s a time for reflection. Though they haven’t experienced the numerous headline grabbing store closures plaguing big box and mall owners, they are facing many changes in consumer behavior — and too few
- Cross-Border Migration
As the immigration debate raged in Washington, D.C., earlier this year, inbound international investors were quietly establishing themselves as big players in the Federal City’s commercial real estate market. Cross border investment in the District of Columbia jumped 83.3 percent
- 10 Business-Building Tips From CCIM Live!
The smell of hot coffee and fresh cut business cards greeted CCIM Live attendees as they made their way into the Denver Sheraton’s South Convention Lobby on the first morning of CCIM’s 2013 annual conference. The first of two networking
- Choices of a New Generation
Rose Cabezut, CCIM, qualifying broker with Eylim in Albuquerque, N.M., began working in commercial real estate full time in June 2008. It was inauspicious timing, to say the least. While many established industry professionals could rely on the client network