Negotiate Lease and Sale Transactions that includes proper time frames for factors such as, environmental, financing, zoning, necessary governmental approvals, etc.
Analyze and Assess Properties and Principals including such factors as financial analysis/property valuation, internal rates of return, financial management rates of return, net present value, compounding and discounting cash flows, cash flow analysis and lease vs. purchase analysis.
Guide Multiple Projects through various stages of development including environmental, financing, zoning and permitting.
Coordinate people and processes and the skills and sensitivity to work with diverse groups, organizations, and governmental agencies that frequently hold conflicting perspectives and interests regarding specific real estate projects.
A CCIM is part of a global commercial real estate network with members across North America and more than 30 countries. This professional network has enabled CCIM members to close thousands of transactions annually, representing more than $200 billion in value. As a result, the experts who possess the CCIM designation are an invaluable resource for commercial real estate owners, investors, and users.
CCIMs have completed a designation curriculum that covers essential CCIM skill sets including ethics, interest-based negotiation, financial analysis, market analysis, user decision analysis, and investment analysis for commercial investment real estate. CCIMs have completed a portfolio demonstrating the depth of their commercial real estate experience. Finally, they have demonstrated their proficiency in the CCIM skill sets by successfully completing a comprehensive examination. Only then is a designation candidate awarded the coveted CCIM pin, joining the ranks of highly skilled commercial and investment real estate experts.
More than 13,000 commercial real estate professionals have earned the designation. Currently, 3,000 professionals are pursuing their CCIM designation.