Commercial Real Estate
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RPR Commercial for Florida Realtors® lets you see on-market and off-market properties in one place—no matter which listing partner they use. RPR’s partnerships with Brevitas, BiProxi, CREXi, Land Broker MLS, Officespace.com and TotalCommercial.com let you search more than 1 million active commercial listings and 55 million off-market properties around the country.
MORE COMMERCIAL RESOURCES
Tools, data & more to help you provide the best service to your clients.
From education to advocacy efforts, from networking to property data, the following resources can help you be more profitable, while bolstering the commercial real estate industry.
- NAR Commercial Resources – Commercial Real Estate is everywhere: your local coffee shop, industrial park, downtown main street, and even the office where you work. NAR has a broad array of resources to help you provide the best service to your clients, and to be the best in your field.
- Commercial Real Estate Professional Designations – Designations are specialized credentials for REALTORS®. Designations offer extensive benefits that are continually improved upon and expanded. For this reason, maintaining a designation requires annual dues and continued membership in NAR.
- Florida CCIM – The mission of the Florida CCIM Chapter is to provide the highest quality marketing and networking opportunities, services, and education that will enhance our members’ ability to conduct business successfully.
- Institute of Real Estate Management - Florida chapters – An international institute for property and asset managers, providing complete knowledge to take on real estate management’s most dynamic challenges. That means knowledge prepared for the day-to-day and the one-of-a-kind: from solving the latest tenant crisis to analyzing market conditions.
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