Real Estate Journal — Brokerage Directory — July 29 - August 11, 2016 — 1C


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Commercial Real Estate’s Global Standard for Professional Achievement

The CCIM Institute is...

2016 PA/NJ/DE CCIM CHAPTER OFFICERS Jeffrey Hoffman, CCIM President JPH Realty Advisors

The Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware CCIM Chapter is... Committed to excellence and offering opportunities that you can't afford to miss! Commercial real estate’s most inuential professional organization, with members closing $200 billion annually in commercial real estate deals. For more than 40 years, the Institute has been building opportunities through its respected education program, led by established practitioners. CCIM Institute members are eligible to earn the CCIM designation, the industry’s most prestigious certication. The CCIM designation is conferred upon commercial real estate leaders who have a proven record of success in the eld and have demonstrated a mastery of nancial, market, and investment analysis. CCIM designees come from a variety of professional backgrounds including brokerage, banking, property management, law and accounting.

Philip R. Earley, CCIM * Vice President Lieberman, Earley & Company

Charles Swope, Jr., CCIM Secretary Swope Lees Commercial Real Estate

Gerald LaHay, CCIM Treasurer

Eric Gorman, CCIM * Past President Cushman & Wakeeld

2016 PA/NJ/DE CCIM CHAPTER DIRECTORS Christopher Baj, CCIM Chair, Lehigh Valley Sperry Van Ness | Imperial Realty John Birkeland, CCIM Rock Commercial Real Estate Gregg Broujos Chair, Pittsburgh Colliers International David Church, CCIM Chair, Membership U.S. Capital Realty, LLC Michele Countis, CCIM Chair, Designations Liberty Property Trust Jonathan Epstein, CCIM * Berger-Epstein Associates, Inc. Craig Fernsler, CCIM * , GRI, SRES KW Commercial / KPG Cindy Feinberg, CCIM Feinberg Real Estate Advisors Neil Kilian, CCIM Chair, Delaware NAI Emory Hill Laura Martin, CCIM Chair, Central PA Latus Commercial Realty Tom Skeans, CCIM * Sperry Van Ness | Imperial Realty Kathy Sweeny-Pogwist Brandywine Realty Trust

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Craig Fernsler, CCIM represented a 1031 exchange buyer and Phil Earley, CCIM represented the seller of a $1.8M mixed-use center in Upper Montgomery County, PA. Craig Fernelser, CCIM met with PA State legislators on behalf of PAR and NAR to educate them on the importance of the 1031 exchange process to the Commercial Laura Martin, CCIM represented the Medical Bureau of Harrisburg in a sale of their building and a relocation and lease for their new office space in Harrisburg. Jeffrey Hoffman, CCIM represented a local investor in the acquisition of a 1-acre development parcel in Marple Township, PA. Real Industry. 1031 Exchanges are currently not recognized in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

September 9 Atlantic City, NJ Atlantic City: An In-depth Case Study in the Reinvention of a City and Region Radnor, PA CI 101: Financial Analysis for Commercial Real Estate Networking Event on September 20 September 19-22

October 13 Villanova, PA Developer’s Forum (Keystone Event)

November 14-17 Radnor, PA CI 102: Market Analysis for Commercial Real Estate Networking Event on November 15

November 17

Wilmington, DE

Annual Joint Dinner with CCIM, CIRC, SIOR & TriState Networking Event on November 15 For additional information and to register for events and classes, please visit CCIM PA NJ DE .com

* Past PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chapter President

The PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chapter Proudly Acknowledges and Thanks the Following Sponsors:

McGuire & Morris LLP Buckley Brion

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