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Texas-Size Industrial Deal Changes a City's Future 

If everything is supposed to be bigger in Texas, a recent industrial transaction put together by Robert F. Duncan Jr., CCIM, SIOR, certainly fits the bill. Duncan, president of InterAmerica Property Co. in El Paso, Texas, landed the largest industrial

Two Of A Kind 

In problem solving, it’s often said that two heads are better than one. In today’s commercial real estate market, two designations may be better than one as well. A particularly powerful combination is the CCIM designation coupled with the Accredited

On-Air Marketing 

When Tom Hill, CCIM, SIOR, talks, people listen. In fact, residents in and around Waterbury, Conn., have tuned into Hill's radio show for the past 17 years to get an insider's perspective on the area's business economics and notable real

April 2007 Online Deal Makers 

OfficeScott Abernethy, CCIM, SIOR, and Donald Murphy, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Cincinnati and three partners represented GE Capital Information Technology Solutions in the more than $2.3 million, four year sublease of 85,503 sf of office space

Marketing in the Fast Lane 

Sometimes failure is the springboard to innovation and success. Chuck Wise, CCIM, a broker with Sperry Van Ness in San Diego, has had such an experience, generating a fast track marketing strategy in the wake of a stalled deal. Despite

Are you a CCIM Rising Star? 

Have you held the CCIM designation for five years or less and distinguished yourself in your market through transaction volume, a major deal, or some other professional achievement? If so, then nominate yourself as a CCIM Rising Star An article

August 2006 Online Deal Makers 

LandJack V. Owens, CCIM, of Southeastern Realty Group in Charleston, S.C., represented Liberated Women LLC in the $2.8 million sale of a 3 acre commercial site in North Charleston, S.C., to SREE Charleston LLC. &laquo William A. Eshenbaugh, CCIM, of

CCIM Spotlight: Honor Role 

Career education is a lifelong process for many commercial real estate professionals. However, for Mark L. Levine, CCIM, CIPS, MAI, director and professor at the University of Denver's Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate & Construction Management in Denver,

CCIM & AAREA Build Relationships 

Thirty eight representatives of the CCIM Institute and the Asian American Real Estate Association recently traveled to China to meet with their local counterparts and exchange real estate ideas and practices. During the 12 day trade mission participants visited Beijing,

Deal Makers(38) 

OfficeW. Erik Foster, CCIM, of the Foster Group of Marcus & Millichap in Chicago and a partner brokered the more than $22.7 million sale of the 95,896 sf MacNeal medical office portfolio in Berwyn, Ill., from H.S.A. to Heitman. Foster

CCIM Spotlight: Travel Guides 

Members of the CCIM Institute&rsquo s Jay W. Levine Leadership Development Academy are encouraged to use the program as a stepping stone for networking and establishing business ventures. But it&rsquo s unlikely that Mark Biery, CCIM, associate broker with Chapman

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Office T.C. Macker, CCIM, of Coldwell Banker Commercial Westmac in Los Angeles and a partner represented Starpoint Properties in the more than $43.4 million purchase of the 103,000 sf 450 North Roxbury office tower in Beverly Hills, Calif., from Pair

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Multifamily« Garry Cuff, CCIM, of NAI Horizon in Las Vegas and a partner represented RDM Homes in the $12.8 million purchase of the Clocktower Apartments, Hawaiian Villas, and LeAnn Apartments in Las Vegas from Eagle Investments. Cuff and a partner

April 2006 Online Deal Makers 

OfficeJoel H. McAlister, CCIM, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Brentwood, Tenn., represented PSS World Medical in the more than $2 million, five year lease renewal of the 20,616 sf Cool Springs I office building in Nashville, Tenn., from Highwoods

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Industrial&laquo J. Jeffrey Castell, CCIM, SIOR, of Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Indianapolis and a partner represented Caterpillar Logistics in the $7.5 million, five year lease of a 456,000 sf industrial facility in Indianapolis

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The BIGGEST Deal A. Alan Tapie, CCIM, of Grandbridge Real Estate Capital LLC in Atlanta arranged the $21.2 million financing of a 288 unit multifamily building in North Little Rock, Ark., for Lexington Park Apartments. Office BIG Deal Jennifer Ann

CCIM Spotlight: Partners' Potential 

While evolution usually brings scientific theory to mind, sometimes it also can apply to business. Through the use of networking strategies, Jim Nowak, CCIM, president of Site Systems in Seattle, helped his commercial real estate company evolve into a success.

CCIM Spotlight: Designation Inspiration 

While other students burned the midnight oil to prepare for a 2005 CCIM final exam, Jeremy G. Woods, CCIM, SIOR, was thinking beyond the pin. Surrounded by his course materials and notes, Woods, now senior director of industrial services for

Who Ruled the Vendor Runway? 

Who Ruled the Vendor Runway? At last month’s CCIM Live conference, 11 exhibitors strutted their stuff on the Vendor Runway. Each exhibitor had eight minutes to explain how their product or service could help CCIMs close deals in style. The

Deal Makers(40) 

OfficeRichard P. Meder, CCIM, SIOR, and Steven L. Timmel, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis West Shell Commercial in Cincinnati, and a partner brokered the $34 million sale of the seven building Acropolis at Fairfield Commons, totaling more than 204,900 sf

January 2007 Online Deal Makers 

Office« Joseph L. Rossi, CCIM, of Grubb & Ellis Commercial Florida in Orlando, Fla., and two partners represented ILC LLC in the $3 million purchase of the 30,000 sf Island Lake Center office building in Longwood, Fla., from ABCM Corp.

December 2005 Online Deal Makers 

Industrial Stan A. Stouder, CCIM, of CB Richard Ellis in Fort Myers, Fla., represented Will Fund Ltd. in the $2.4 million purchase of a 50,505 sf distribution warehouse in Fort Myers from Cronin Porch & Patio. Stephen H. Gwinnup, CCIM,

CCIM Spotlight: Going Solo 

After 26 years of working for a large, well known commercial real estate company, Duane Jones, CCIM, felt that it was time to start his own business. He wanted to give more time and attention to his clients and make

CCIM Spotlight: Change to Spare 

CCIM changed my life is a common sentiment among commercial real estate professionals who have earned the designation. But when 2009 CCIM Institute President Charles A. Mac McClure III, CCIM, CRE, GRI, says these words and he often does he&rsquo

CCIM Spotlight: Brand New Start 

When Lauri L. Greenblatt, CCIM, began her career as a property manager, she sometimes faced the unpleasant choice of evicting single parent tenants who had fallen behind on their rent. Realizing how difficult it was for these tenants to find