South Shore Realtors® facilitates the interests of the commercial real estate industry throughout the South Shore and Southeast region. Through continuing education and the exchange of reliable information, South Shore Realtors® offers commercial real estate practitioners opportunities to enhance their capacity to serve their clients both ethically and effectively.
MLS Property Information Network, Inc. (MLS PIN) (a separate entity from South Shore Realtors®) provides members access to commercial properties in Massachusetts and other areas of New England. For more information on MLS PIN visit www.mlspin.com or call 800-695-3000.
Commercial Institutes, Societies, and Councils
The CCIM Institute(link is external) offers an extensive array of commercial investment management courses for those pursuing the CCIM designation. Additionally, CCIM Institute’s Ward Center for Real Estate Studies(link is external) offers online education and live workshops in topics including current financial analysis strategies, communication skills, advanced negotiation techniques, high-tech marketing strategies, and sponsoring group investments.
Work towards your IREM credential more through IREM’s course offerings(link is external) in real estate management. IREM offers classroom courses, self-paced online education, webinars, and on-demand learning for real estate professionals.
RLI’s LANDU(link is external) offers face-to-face courses, online courses, web seminars, and On-Location Education Programs that are relevant to the unique business of land, as well as preparing real estate professionals for the Accredited Land Consultant certification.
The SIOR Center for Career Advancement(link is external) provides commercial real estate education focused on the industrial and office arenas. SIOR offers e-learning courses, conference education, webinars, and resources for commercial boards.
While membership and the CRE designation is offered by invitation only, the organization serves as a resource for commercial professionals on a variety of topics. Their print publication, Real Estate Issues, is available in print and online, and the CRE Library features recent books, market reports, monographs and select articles written by CRE members.To learn more, visit cre.org/publications(link is external) and cre.org/library(link is external).