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Slow Fuse 
Many sports analogies are being thrown out to describe how close the U.S. commercial real estate market is to its cyclical peak. Regardless of whether fans are keeping score based on quarters, innings, or overtime, time is still left on the clock.
Deal Makers 
CIRE magazine (September/October 2017): The biggest CCIM deals in retail, office, multifamily, financing, hospitality, industrial, and land.
Deal Makers 

CIRE magazine (Jan/Feb 2017): The biggest CCIM deals in retail, office, multifamily, financing, hospitality, industrial, and land.

Glimmers of Hope 

Brick-and-mortar retail stores are facing challenges, but is it really as bad as it seems? Last year was the biggest year of closures for major chains since coming out of the recession, but retail sales grew overall. What changes are coming to retail sector for commercial real estate professionals?

Wind Resistant 

Environmentalism is so deeply embedded into the U.S. culture - including its business culture - that even a radical change in U.S. presidential administrations won't set it off course. Some good business practice that commercial real estate professionals have adopted are susceptible to the political winds.

Ahead of the Curve 

 

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.

Core Investor 

“Currently, there are 1.3 million new households and 2.3 million new jobs being created each year, suggesting strong demand for commercial space,” says David Gilbert, president and chief investment partner for Clarion Partners. “After the energy industry downturn over the past two years, U.S. corporate profits have fully recovered and are on track to grow by 11 percent over the next 12 months, thanks to new government initiatives.”

Deal Makers 

CIRE magazine (July/August 2017): The biggest CCIM deals in retail, office, multifamily, financing, hospitality, industrial, and land.

Lenders Move Full-Speed Ahead 

 

Industrial Rides High 

Industrial is outperforming other property types for vacancies and rent growth, and the latest forecast from ULI remains positive.

Negotiating Difficult Deals 

For advisers to less experienced investors, the commercial real estate transaction remains all too human. It’s their job to navigate through the emotions, the competing interests, and the miscommunication to get to that closing.

Searching for Stability 

Ongoing disruptions to the global supply chain will impact commercial real estate, but opportunities are available across various sectors.

Climate Change 

Today's economic climate is a lot like the weather somewhat predictable patterns punctuated by terrifying, seemingly random chaos. The acceleration of change due to technology and globalization has altered the foundation of business — the flow of information, goods, services,

CCIM Connections 

LEEDing Las VegasLas Vegas is a city of big dreams and even bigger realities. To build CityCenter, one of the world’s largest mixed use developments, James Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International, looked to the past to find

Proptech's Golden Age 

By leveraging proptech to meet the challenges of COVID-19, commercial real estate hopes to ready itself for the future.

The Ins and Outs of Receiverships 

Receiverships offer promising avenues for commercial real estate professionals to assist lenders with distressed assets.

Redefining Location 

The driverless vehicle and rise of remote work are two potential catalysts for significant changes to the valuation process.

Deal Makers 

The Biggest DealThomas F. Campenni, CCIM, of Thomas F. Campenni Co. in Stuart, Fla., negotiated the 12 year, more than $35 million lease of 60,000 sf of office space in New York to TechSpace. Industrial Big Deal Carl G. Russell,

No Replay 

The U.S. economic recovery started 2012 with a flurry of happy uptrends. From a real estate perspective, the most encouraging indicators were found in the employment data. In the three months ending in February, the U.S. economy cranked out 757,000

Medical Office Trends 

The U.S. demand for medical services is expected to skyrocket over the next decade due to demographic trends and new healthcare legislation. As baby boomers retire, the over–65 age bracket will grow by 36 percent and that age cohort traditionally

Shrinking Footprint 
The Upward momentum that commercial real estate prices and values have been experiencing has recently slowed relative to their appreciation trajectory since their amazing recovery starting two years after the credit crisis. Given the challenges in today's world and the many dynamics affecting commercial real estate, the economy, and the financial markets, it is time to fully understand the next phase of the current market cycle.
Market Momentum 

The commercial real estate recovery continues to build momentum. A torrent of equity capital has been raised to purchase commercial properties and loans. Lenders continue to come back to the market, loans are being refinanced, purchased, and restructured, and the

Silver Streak 

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.

CCIM Connections 

Winning StrategyEmmitt Smith may be best known among sports fans as a former Dallas Cowboys powerhouse, the National Football League’s all time leading rusher, and a 2010 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee. He may be widely recognized by reality