If you work with commercial real estate, whether selling, buying, financing or managing, you could benefit from the services of a CCIM professional. What does it mean when a commercial real estate pro has a CCIM designation, and how can it help you?
CCIM stands for Certified Commercial Investment Member. It is a professional designation for commercial real estate professionals who have pressed beyond basic training and experience to obtain enhanced abilities in their field.
CCIMs take over 160 hours of graduate-level courses. Once coursework is finished they then must pass an extensive exam covering financial and market analysis, user decision analysis as well as investment analysis. They help identify opportunities, mitigate risk and close more deals. CCIMs keep themselves sharp and up to date with continuing education courses.
Besides the education components, CCIMs must build a portfolio of real-world property transactions, analysis and management from which they have gained real-world experience.
CCIMs adhere to a strict code of integrity.
You’ll find CCIM professionals working as buying and selling agents, commercial property lenders and analysts. You will also find CCIM’s performing within the leasing and property management sector.
Of the 150,000 commercial real estate professionals in the U.S., only six percent hold the CCIM designation. When you work with a CCIM, be assured you’re working with one of the best in the business.
If you’re looking to…
a CCIM will enlighten your decisions and the path to the right investment choices.
We hope that you will let the team at Boehm Commercial Group put years of training and experience to work for your commercial property needs. Call or email us today to talk with a consultant.