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National Commercial Awards

January 31, 2013: 

Recognition for excellence in the commercial real estate industry this past year.
All are members of REALTOR® associations that have NAR’s Commercial Services Accreditation.

 

Monty Berry, CCIM
NAI Commercial Properties, Tulsa, OK
AWARD: 2010 Commercial REALTOR® of the Year
ASSOCIATION: Greater Tulsa Association of REALTORS®

 

The Latest

January 31, 2013: 

Welcome To The REALTORS® Conference & Expo Edition Of Commercial Connections

In early November, more than 20,000 REALTORS® (including thousands of commercial practitioners) met to “Seize the Day” in Anaheim. Every year, NAR Commercial designs a “conference within a conference” specifically for commercial real estate. It includes a commercial real estate expo, “Commercial Block,” and several days of education and networking events supporting members’ commercial business.

The Latest

January 31, 2013: 

Welcome To The REALTORS® Conference & Expo Edition Of Commercial Connections

In early November, more than 20,000 REALTORS® (including thousands of commercial practitioners) met to “Seize the Day” in Anaheim. Every year, NAR Commercial designs a “conference within a conference” specifically for commercial real estate. It includes a commercial real estate expo, “Commercial Block,” and several days of education and networking events supporting members’ commercial business.

Commercial Real Estate Provides Foundation In Uncertain Times

January 31, 2013: 

By National Association of REALTORS® Research Team

A Force for Making Smart Growth Reality

January 31, 2013: 

Smart growth, which emphasizes walkability, higher density, and transportation access as ways to more effectively use land, is not a new concept. Yet, the significant impact that smart growth can have on commercial property demand and values is often overlooked by many commercial practitioners.

Commercial Broker Lien Laws

January 31, 2013: 

Commercial broker lien laws allow liens to be filed on commercial properties for the full payment of commissions. In states that have enacted commercial lien laws, there has been a dramatic decline in commission collection litigation and arbitration.

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