What is a CCIM?
The CCIM designation is awarded to real estate professionals who have completed a prescribed graduate-level course of study, demonstrated a certifiable record of accomplishment in completing commercial investment real estate transactions, and who meet strict ethical standards. Only 6 percent of the estimated 125,000 commercial real estate practitioners nationwide hold the CCIM designation, which reflects the caliber of the program and why it is one of the most coveted and respected designations in the industry.
CCIM Candidates must demonstrate proficiency in all commercial investment real estate topics by passing course examinations and preparing extensive resumes which also chronicle actual field transactions. In addition, Candidates must meet the CCIM Instituteâ€™s guidelines for dollar volume and years of experience in active commercial real estate brokerage.
The CCIM is trained to provide services in selling, exchanging, leasing, managing, developing, financing and syndicating commercial and investment real estate. Individuals who possess this high level of competency are a valuable resource to the real estate investor and to the commercial user.
The NC CCIM Chapter is dedicated to providing its members with the highest quality educational programs, promoting the highest ethical standards in commercial real estate, and providing a forum where its member can learn, network and prosper in order to deliver the highest quality commercial real estate services to its customers and clientele.