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New IREM® leadership development white paper lays out the fundamentals of delegating responsibilities to others.
The AMO® Code of Professional Ethics has been modified to complement the IREM Code of Professional Ethics. In the process, it has been made more rigorous and more reflective of industry standards.
This annual research study analyzes operating income and costs in major metropolitan areas and regions in the United States and Canada. For the very first time, it also contains financial data for 354 medical office buildings.
This annual research study is designed to help property owners, managers, investors, appraisers, lenders, developers, and other real estate professionals evaluate a buildings’ performance.
Maintaining a history of steady salary growth, real estate management professionals holding the CPM designation earned a median base salary of $94,000 in 2009, up from $90,000 in 2006; $81,256 in 2003; $72,300 in 1999; and $42,000 in 1984.
Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) chapters donated cash, time, food, and toys to charitable organizations last year.
The course focuses on common sense, cost effective ways to meet owner, tenant, and resident demand for “green” real estate and increase a property’s NOI through sustainable real estate management techniques.
This annual research study from IREM analyzes operating income and costs for 1,850 private-sector office complexes—some containing multiple buildings—in major metropolitan areas and regions in the United States.
A just released survey sponsored by IREM sought to identify current and emerging legal/liability issues impacting real estate management professionals.