Earlier this month, 11 candidates from the NC-CCIM Chapter sat for and passed the comprehensive exam the final step to obtain the coveted CCIM designation.
Candidates go through a rigorous process of formal education, electives and experience culminating with a comprehensive exam. This fall the exam was offered in sync with the CCIM Institute Global Conference, held in Chicago, IL.
James Milner, CCIM, Chair of Candidate Guidance for the NC-CCIM Chapter stated “We are extremely proud of each one of these new designees. They geographically represent many areas of the state, and include designees outside of major markets. We know that they will continue to serve their clients well as recipients of the CCIM designation.”
Beverly Keith, 2018 NC-CCIM Chapter President, shares similar sentiments, “The greatest honor of serving as the NC-CCIM 2018 President is the opportunity to pin new designees. These CRE practitioners represent ‘the best and the brightest’ and the subject matter experts in their given profession and markets. The CCIM designation is hard earned and our congratulations go out to all the new designees on this impactful milestone in their professional development.”
Please join the NC-CCIM Chapter in congratulating these new designees.
Henry “H” Atkins, CCIM; Atkins Properties, Charlotte, NC
William “Jason” Burk, CCIM; Whitney Commercial Real Estate, Asheville, NC
Billy Case, CCIM; Beverly-Hanks & Associates, Waynesville, NC
Andrew Denton, CCIM; The Overton Group, Greenville, NC
Charles “Zach” Keiger, CCIM; Grandbridge Real Estate Capital, Charlotte, NC
Sam Kline, CCIM; Coldwell Banker Commercial MECA, Belmont, NC
Hunter Oglesby, CCIM; Blue Ridge Companies, High Point, NC
John Palmer, CCIM; The Palmer Company, Asheville, NC
Jiayuan “Maggie” Quan, CCIM; TradeMark Properties, Raleigh, NC
Polly Taylor, CCIM; Spectrum Companies, Huntersville, NC
Baxter Walker, CCIM; Colliers International, Raleigh, NC
CCIM stands for Certified Commercial Investment Member. CCIM designees are recognized as leading experts in commercial investment real estate. Today, the organization, through its 50 chapters, continues to innovate best practices and elevate the commercial real estate professional through its core designation program to earn the CCIM pin - real estate's most coveted credential - and its topical education courses offered through the Ward Center for Real Estate Studies.
Contact: James Milner