Nick Miner

Arizona Investment Broker Nominated To Be Next CCIM President

 

The CCIM Institute has announced the candidacy of ORION Investment Real Estate Vice President, Nick Miner, CCIM, for the position of 2014 First Vice President, a 3-year term that culminates in the 2016 Institute Presidency.

The election will take place at the CCIM Board of Directors meeting on Oct. 24 in Denver. Only the Board of Directors is eligible to vote. The President shall serve as an ex–officio member of all committees, standing or otherwise, and will represent the best interests of the Institute. The President acts as chief spokesperson and inspirational leader and shall work in partnership with the Chief Executive Officer.

Miner has spent his 15-year commercial real estate career helping his clients with a diverse 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.

Miner’s involvement with CCIM has spanned the past 14 years, having served as President of the Central Arizona CCIM Chapter in 2005 and elected to the CCIM Institute Board of Directors and CCIM Tech Board of Directors.

“Nick is a well-respected commercial real estate veteran and I’ve always admired his industry knowledge and dedication to the CCIM program.” says ORION President, Ari Spiro.

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 200 classroom hours and professional experiential requirements.

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 powerful technology tools such as the Site To Do Business, an online demographics and site analysis resource.

Currently, there are nearly 10,000 CCIMs in 1,000 U.S. metros and 30 global markets, with another 3,000 practitioners pursuing the designation, making the Institute one of the largest commercial real estate networks in the world.