Education is always a good thing. CCIM classes are awsome and if you complete all of them you will have a lot of knowledge packed into your head. However, to be a CCIM you must have "qualifying" experience which is actually doing deals. Before you can take your final exam for CCIM you must complete your portfolio of qualifying experience. Use the knowledge you get from the CCIM classes and work with someone that has experience you can learn from.
Paul Sylvester, CCIM 626 485-5163
Apr 14, 2009