While the exact requirements vary among different membership types, there are certain commonalities among them all. Every candidate for the CCIM designation is required to complete an Education Component, pass the Comprehensive Exam, complete a membership application and pay annual dues. All candidates except Fast Track members will also have to submit a Portfolio of Qualifying Experience for review.
Education Component is comprised of the following course curriculum:
- CI 101: Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate
- CI 102: Market Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate
- CI 103: User Decision Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate
- CI 104: Investment Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate
- Online ethics course
- Negotiation training
- Elective courses from the Ward Center for Real Estate Studies
Candidate’s membership type may determine how many education requirements will be required. Consider the various membership types offered by the CCIM Institute to see which will best match your specific requirements at: ccim.com/membership
Portfolio of Qualifying Experience
To demonstrate experience in commercial real estate, CCIM designation candidates must submit a portfolio of qualifying activities, transactions, projects, or work products. This portfolio can take one of three forms, depending on your level of experience and the type of work that will be included. Transactional portfolios must meet the following minimum volume requirements:
- Three (3) or more qualifying activities totaling $30 million or more; or
- Exactly ten (10) qualifying activities totaling $10 million or more; or
- Twenty (20) qualifying activities with no dollar volume requirement
Learn more about the portfolio requirements and download the materials at: ccim.com/designation/portfolio
The Comprehensive Exam is a full-day exam testing your mastery of the concepts introduced in the core CCIM courses. It’s preceded by the two-day Course Concepts Review, allowing designation candidates the opportunity to review the key topics that will be covered on the exam.
Learn more about the Comprehensive Exam and Course Concepts Review at: ccim.com/designation/comp-exam
We know this process can be intimidating, and the PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chapter has designees and resources available to help you achieve the CCIM Designation. Please contact our Chapter’s Executive Director for any assistance:
|PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chapter Executive Director|
|Amanda Lane | Executive Director
PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chapter
500 North 12th Street
Lemoyne, PA 17043
|Special Thanks to our Annual Corporate Chapter Sponsors|
Brandywine Realty Trust
Certified Abstract Company
Rittenhouse Capital Advisors
Stark & Stark Attorneys at Law
Univest Bank and Trust Co.
Sponsorship Opportunities are Available!