CHICAGO, IL November 26, 2016 – CCIM Institute (www.ccim.com), one of the largest commercial real estate networks in the world, elected new members to serve on its 2016 Board of Directors during the organization’s annual conference in Austin, Texas, Oct. 26–30.
Nick Miner, CCIM, Vice President at ORION Investment Real Estate was elected to serve as a member of the CCIM Board of Directors, which serves as the governing body for the Institute and convenes at the organization’s spring and fall Annual Governance meetings.
Nick has been involved in over $163 million in transactions over the course of his 17-year career. Nick began his career with CBRE|MEGA Corp. in Omaha, Nebraska before moving to the Phoenix office of Marcus & Millichap.
Nick offers his clients a diverse CRE background in sales, leasing and management. In the past several years, he has transitioned into a top investment sales broker with a heavy focus on multi-tenant retail properties.
Nick has served as President of the Central Arizona CCIM Chapter, CCIM Institute Board of Directors on various committees including the Executive Committee and President of the CCIM Tech Board of Directors.
The CCIM Institute’s 2016 executive leadership team includes President Steven Moreira, CCIM, president of SWM Capital Advisors in Longwood, Fla.; President-Elect Robin Webb, CCIM, managing director/principal of NAI Realvest in Orlando, Fla.; First Vice President David P. Wilson, CCIM, executive vice president at Lockard Cos. in Cedar Falls, Iowa; and Treasurer Louis H. Nimkoff, CCIM, president of Brio Real Estate in Winter Park, Fla.
CCIM Institute confers the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, commercial real estate’s global standard for professional achievement. Learn more about the CCIM Institute’s education and designation program at www.ccim.com.
About the CCIM Institute
Since 1969, the Chicago-based CCIM Institute has conferred the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation to commercial real estate and allied professionals through an extensive curriculum of 160 classroom hours and professional experiential requirements. The CCIM curriculum was redesigned in 2010 to reflect changing student demographics and real estate brokerage services, growth in international markets, new technologies, and new delivery models. The core curriculum addresses financial analysis, market analysis, user decision analysis, investment analysis, and negotiation—the cornerstones of commercial investment real estate.
An affiliate of the National Association of Realtors®, the CCIM Institute also offers the powerful technology tool STDB, an online site analysis and demographics resource, and the Ward Center for Real Estate Studies, which provides timely education and training to keep commercial real estate practitioners current in an ever-changing market environment.
Currently, there are nearly 10,000 CCIMs in 1,000 U.S. markets and 31 additional countries, with another 3,000+ practitioners pursuing the designation, making the institute the governing body of one of the largest commercial real estate networks in the world. Visit www.ccim.com for more information.
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