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Rising Stars(3) 

In an increasingly competitive and volatile marketplace, commercial real estate professionals must make their mark on the industry in short order. These CCIMs have held the designation for less than five years and already have become leading lights in their

Top Deals 

As predicted, 2008 was not an easy year for CCIMs. But despite the challenges, they still closed transactions in every commercial real estate sector and in every U.S. region. Commercial Investment Real Estate received more than $3.4 billion in deals

Conversion Connections 

“The greatest thing about CCIM is the people I’ve met,” says John Lauriello, CCIM, principal of Southpace Properties in Birmingham, Ala. Those connections, as Lauriello discovered, can make or break niche conversion projects. Last year, he was retained by the

Rising Stars 

Summer is upon us and across the country, commercial real estate professionals are flocking to collaborate with colleagues, clients, and local governments to capture elusive business opportunities. CCIMs, for their part, are capitalizing on the designation&rsquo s reputation and built

A Very Good Year 

As many industry commentators have pointed out, 2009 was a year that most commercial real estate professionals would like to forget. Financing was elusive, value was difficult to determine, the buyer seller gap persisted, and cash was cautious. &ldquo We

Transformative Perspective 

 

Thrive Together 

On March 4, Michael Anderson, CCIM, chairman and founder of RealSource in Salt Lake City, walked into the RealShare Apartments East conference in Miami proudly wearing his CCIM pin. He left that day with the seeds of a $100 million

Company Values 

After Walter Robb, former co-CEO of Whole Foods Market, left the company after seeing through the acquisition by Amazon in 2017, he formed Stonewall Robb Advisors, where he is an investor, mentor, and adviser to the next generation of American food companies.

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.

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

Winning at CCIM Live! 

In October 2012, commercial real estate professionals descended upon the Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for the annual CCIM Live conference. In her opening presentation Mayor Carolyn Goodman described the city as “the place to be.” For those

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