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Bridge Loans Rising 

 

Capturing Hearts and Minds 

 

50 Years of Significant Milestones 

 

Regional Outlook 

 

International Beat 

 

Smoother Transition 

 

Sailing Ahead 

Multifamily has been riding a strong tailwind over the past several years thanks to a strong job market, household income growth, demographic shifts, and obstacles preventing renters from making a switch to homeownership. The question is how long the apartment industry will be able to sail along on that current, given the steady stream of new supply hitting the market.

Mastering a New Mindset 

 

Transformative Investments 

 

Like-Kind Exchanges 

 

Family Ties 

It's even better if that someone shares your home, as married CCIMs can tell you. For example, Allen is married to Ryan Lorey, CCIM; they met while both were studying for their designation.

Career Chameleon 

 

Deal Makers 

 

CCIM Secret Sauce 

 

Market Trends 

 

Taming Anarchy 

 

Transformative Perspective 

 

Global Force 

 

5 Great Impacts of CCIM 

The power of the designation is in the education, the networking, and ultimately, the success it brings its members - whether they have pin number 826 or 10,846.

Moscow Pioneers 

In 1991, if commercial real estate professionals had to choose a country where the CCIM Institute would hold its first international classes, the Soviet Union might not have been their first pick.

CCIMs’ Big-League Deals 

CCIM designees completed an outstanding year in 2017, with plenty of big deals in office, multifamily, industrial, and retail. In fact, office aced multifamily for the top spot, while retail topped industrial for deal volume. Several of those CCIMs who closed the biggest deals discuss the secrets of managing huge transactions and what the future holds for next year's deal-making.

Anchors Away 

 

All in the Family 

CCIMs learn from the most valuable mentors of all — their parents. Jeff Lyon, CCIM, remembers dinner table conversations when he was growing up. “My father was always talking about real estate,” he says. “He was so involved in the Institute over the years, so I always knew that that was my interest as well.”