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Featured article: Slow Fuse Investors and lenders are proceeding cautiously amid forecasts for slower growth ahead. Many sports analogies are being thrown out to describe how close the U.S.Read more

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With more than 50 chapters across the United States, the Washington State CCIM Chapter has more than 200 members spread across Washington and Northern Idaho. CCIM WA offers networkingRead more

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Our own Derek Doke, CCIM and our sponsor TenX, were featured in a recent article in CCIM Institute’s May/June issue of CIRE Magazine. Read the article here.

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All CCIM designees now have access to Google’s integrated G-Suite digital toolkit, including Slides for presentations and Hangouts for conference calls. Showcase your CCIM designation with a custom emailRead more

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Congratulations to CCIM Washington State Chapter member Gary Hunter, CCIM of Westlake Associates, Inc. on being elected to the CCIM Institute 2017 board of directors. Gary joins two otherRead more

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The CCIM 2017 Midyear Governance Meetings took place at the Fairmont Chicago on April 1-5. In addition to committee meetings, new designees received their pins! Our chapter congratulates ScottRead more

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Full-time college students and instructors can join the CCIM Institute as Academic members to grow their commercial real estate network and access CCIM Institute tools. Membership allows access toRead more

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Are you interested in earning CCIM’s Development Specialty distinction? The Development Specialty Track program provides commercial real estate developers, investors, and consultants with an understanding of the resources andRead more

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Featured article: Tipping Point – Are apartments racing toward a peak or will the boom continue? Developers have been busy delivering new projects to satisfy growing renter demand. YetRead more

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Washington State Chapter member, Gary Hunter, CCIM of Westlake Associates, Inc. was quoted in an article regarding the multifamily boom in the upcoming issue of CCIM Institute’s CIRE Magazine.Read more

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