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1: Demonstrates commitment to the Commercial Real Estate Industry
It takes extraordinary drive and commitment to successfully complete this designation. Just as someone pours a lot of time and resources into earning their doctorate, a CCIM has also labored for long hours and invested a lot to earn such a title. They are not looking for the easy way out and will work tirelessly on your behalf.
2: They are an elite group of real estate professionals
Only an estimated 6 percent of the 150,000 commercial real estate professionals in the United States hold the CCIM designation. Narrowing down your selection of potential brokers to only those who are a CCIM will help you rise to the top when doing real estate deals.
3: Provides access to a vast professional network
Having a CCIM designation provides independent brokers with access to a professional network of over 13,000 CCIM’s across the United States. This network extends not only in the US but in 30 other countries. You can see it as an exclusive society of real estate professionals who all share the same level of education, knowledge, and dedication.
4: It guarantees you are working with the latest tools and technology
CCIM designated professionals have access to exclusive technology and tools. With the help of the CCIM Institute, all CCIMs are provided with access to tools that help them stay ahead of current trends.
5: CCIM requires competency and experience
To become a CCIM, you must do a lot more than fill out paperwork and pay a fee. This designation is granted to real estate professionals who complete over 160 hours of graduate level courses and pass an exam covering financial analysis, market analysis, user decision analysis and investment analysis. The CCIM must also prepare a portfolio showing real - world experience. The portfolio is a combination of competency and experience. To be a CCIM you must have both you cannot have one without the other and call yourself a CCIM.