Why CCIM?

Industry experience. Unparalleled education.
Today’s technology. A network of support.

When considering any commercial real estate investment, start with a CCIM.

As a commercial real estate investor, you are involved in every part of your commercial real estate transaction, from selection, to obtaining the financing, to personally guaranteeing the loan and managing your investment. With so much at stake, you need the peace of mind that every single decision is made in your best interests and considers your long-term investment objectives. Bottom line, commercial real estate investment involves substantial risk. Successfully navigating that risk requires the counsel of a qualified commercial investment professional – a CCIM.

The Certified Commercial Investor Member (CCIM) designation represents the highest level of certification and knowledge of commercial real estate investment. Conferred by the Chicago-based CCIM Institute – a commercial real estate affiliate of the National Association of Realtors® — this designation is your assurance that the commercial real estate investment professional you choose to work with can provide you with the vital insights and clarity needed for you to make the most informed investment decisions.

 

Why CCIM?

With rigorous educational requirements to become a CCIM, including classes focused on financial and market analysis, investment analysis, user decisions and negotiations, you can be confident that your CCIM understands your investment from every perspective. Additionally, when you work with a CCIM, you have the peace of mind that they are bound by the strictest ethical guidelines and standards of practice in the industry.

  • Only the top 6% of commercial real estate agents have the CCIM designation.
  • CCIM designees are able to help their clients minimize risk, enhance credibility, make informed decisions and close more deals.
  • CCIM’s average 42% more transactions annually than a typical brokerage specialist.
  • CCIM’s work in over 1,000 markets, providing connections worldwide.

Here is a list of individuals, companies, and industries that benefit from a CCIM professional –

  • Investors
  • Developers
  • Office Tenants
  • Retailers
  • Industrial Property Users
  • Banks
  • Mortgage Companies
  • Lawyers
  • CPA’s
  • Small Business Owners
  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Municipalities
  • Non-Profit Boards

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