Is there any commercial real estate leasing and sells training in nyc area? Thanks.

I'm broker new into commercial real estate business. I wanted to have good training on leasing and sells in nyc area. Do you know any good training courses around nyc area? Thanks!
In General Area - Asked by Lily L. - Feb 1, 2011
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Davide P.
Pinole, CA

Lily, there's going to be a wealth of information around to start learning. The question is how far are you willing to go? Along with experience and being someone’s mentor, I would recommend starting with the CCIM program. They have a short 2 day intro course that just touches on what the entire 4 week education is all about. I can personally tell you, there is nothing else like it. They also have other educational programs, such as the SIOR group which focus more on office and industrial, whereas CCIM focuses on general commercial and investment returns.

Feb 1, 2011
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Newcastle T.
Oak Brook, IL

Check with your local real estate association.

Feb 2, 2011
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Evan L.
Millersville, MD

I like Bob McComb from Top Dogs Commercial Real Estate training. They have some excellent book and dvd programs. I've taken their courses, as have several others in my company, and we think they're great.
Also, as someone else said, the CCIM training is excellent. However, the two are very different. CCIM is more along the lines of analytical analysis of properties by the numbers. Top Dogs is more about how to get clients, market, build a practice, etc. TD also has some substantive courses, and CCIM local chapters often have classes and resources for marketing, building your practice, etc. If you have the time and money, you may want to do both. If not, look into each one and see what suits you best.

Feb 4, 2011
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