Host Alex Ruggieri, CCIM, speaks to Lloyd Berry, CCIM, the Director of Operations for Colliers International management division.They discuss Berry's top three pieces of advice that have contributed to the success of his firm: creating a unique and compelling market value proposition, collaborating internally, and contributing to your local and international community.
Author and company president Maribeth Kuzmeski shares her tips on how to make your qualifications matter as you present yourself to a potential client.
Peter West, VP at BW Commercial in Adams, Mass., speaks about why it pays to pay attention to zoning boards and how to use your website to maximize your real estate credentials.
Joseph Cosenza speaks about how four high school teachers created a commercial real estate firm that has amassed $20 billion in assets over 40 years.
Community development consultant and author Peter Kageyama's new book "For the Love of Cities" uses economic, social and psychological perspectives to look at cities and property markets to uncover the relationships that drive value. Peter shares insights into how we can turn peoples' emotional engagement with their place into tangible action. Listen and be inspired about how your role in commercial real estate can make a difference in creating love for your city or town.
In this edition of the Commercial Connections Podcast, Alex’s Guest is Gene Trowbridge, Esq., CCIM, an attorney whose firm limits itself to matters concerning the syndication of commercial and investment real estate. Also a practitioner, Gene discusses how Regulation D advantages have been used to raise over 900 billion dollars in private placement. Learn the difference between accredited and sophisticated investors and more.