The Institute of Real Estate Management holds its 21st Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast.

  • Create your own opportunities: Become an Accredited Commercial Manager

    IREM's new Accredited Commercial Manager (ACoM) certification gives you increased market visibility and credibility with owners, investors and employers. Earn the ACoM certification and become a member of IREM -- the real estate management industry's premier professional association. You'll be connected to the organization, including a local IREM chapter and guaranteed access to the industry's leading resources, tools and information.

  • IREM celebrates 75th anniversary

    The Institute of Real Estate Management celebrated its 75th anniversary this year. The following are some interesting facts about IREM:

  • 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.

  • Help your properties go green with the new IREM Key Report

    Discover the practical benefits of sustainability in the new "IREM Key Report: A Practical Guide to Green Real Estate Management," written by John Klein of JDM Associates, with Alison Drucker and Kirk Vizzier.

  • 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.

  • IREM past president: Owners need good managers more than ever

    In a recent article in GlobeSt.com that focused on IREM's global expansion, IREM Past President Bob Toothaker, CPM, noted that "as properties lose value around the world, IREM is reminding owners that professional care of buildings will make a strong difference in what sells and what doesn't in today's down economy."

  • UCLA forecast paints grim picture for state

    The California economy is expected to fare far worse in the quarters to come than the rest of the United States, according to a report by UCLA Anderson Forecast.

  • Panel: 2009 expected to be rough year in real estate

    Most speakers at the University of San Diego's Ninth Annual Residential Real Estate Conference: Outlook 2009 were not optimistic about the coming year, describing the current market as "extremely weak," a "web of terror" and a "death spiral."

  • Meltdown far from over, commercial mortgage crisis looms

    WASHINGTON -- The full scope of the housing meltdown isn't clear and already there are ominous signs of a new crisis -- one that could turn out the lights on malls, hotels and storefronts nationwide.

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IREM Economic Forecast - 2010

The Institute of Real Estate Management holds its 23rd Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast.

IREM Economic Forecast - 2007

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