In conjunction with IREM's 20th Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast, the Transcript looks at commercial real estate in 2008.

  • Forecast sees no U.S. recession in 2008 despite housing woes

    LOS ANGELES -- The nation's housing doldrums will drag on at least through 2009, dampening U.S. economic growth and job creation, but the slowdown won't push the economy into a recession, according to a new economic report.

  • Is Associate Membership for you?

    Take charge of your career and join the world of savvy real estate management professionals. The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) offers Associate Membership to individuals who are engaged in property, asset and/or facilities management of all property types. This program is for experienced professionals as well as entry-level individuals.

  • Friends of IREM program: Is it for your company?

    If you are a vendor who would like to become more involved with the San Diego Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), you will want to consider becoming a Friend of IREM. The Friends of IREM program is a vendor program that allows companies serving the property management industry to become exclusive sponsors of the San Diego IREM Chapter. The Friends of IREM program is limited to two categories, Platinum and Gold. In order to maintain the exclusivity of this program, there is a maximum of five vendors per category of service, i.e., five painting companies, five paving contractors, five landscapers, etc.

  • States face possibility of economic downturn because of health care costs, housing crisis

    Strong economic conditions for state governments are giving way to troubling budget shortfalls as rising health care costs and the housing crisis put pressure on both revenue and spending, a new report says.

  • IREM + Education = Success

    The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) has much to offer to real estate professionals, asset managers and property managers. It is IREM's mission statement to provide first-rate education to those involved in the many facets of the management of residential and commercial real estate.

  • New study shows rising compensation levels of Certified Property Manager professionals

    Real estate management professionals holding the Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation earned median total compensation of $103,000 in 2006, primarily from base salary for their management duties but also including additional income from sales and leasing commissions as well as other real estate-related activities. By comparison, CPM designees' median total compensation was $95,000 in 2003, $83,000 in 1999 and $50,800 back in 1984, underscoring a history of steady income growth.

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