Welcome to our comprehensive resources hub, serving as your gateway to a wealth of knowledge and insights to commercial real estate. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to delve into a wide range of valuable materials, from illuminating market trends to enriching educational content, all designed to empower and equip you for navigating the dynamic landscape of this thriving industry. Whether you’re an industry veteran or new to the field, our carefully curated resources are tailored to provide you with the tools and information needed to make confident and well-informed decisions. Join us on this journey as we unravel the complexities and unveil the opportunities that the world of commercial real estate has to offer.
Lisamarie Wand Group is powered by Mohr Partners, Inc, a commercial real estate services firm that provides tenant representation, advisory services, and portfolio management solutions to corporate clients worldwide.
Mohr Partners, Inc specializes in helping companies with their real estate needs, focusing on lease and purchase negotiations, strategic planning, site selection, and project management. They work on behalf of tenants to ensure they secure the most favorable terms and conditions for their real estate transactions.
The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) is a trade association based in the United States that represents the interests of the multifamily rental housing industry. It serves as a national advocate for the apartment industry, providing a platform for industry leaders to collaborate, share information, and influence policies related to multifamily housing. NMHC conducts research and produces reports on market trends, economic analysis, and policy issues affecting multifamily housing. It also organizes conferences, seminars, and networking.
ICSC strive to ensure the retail and real estate industry is broadly recognized for the integral role it plays in the social, civic and economic vibrancy of communities across the globe.
SIORThe primary goal of SIOR is to promote and enhance the skills and knowledge of its members, foster professional relationships, and provide a platform for collaboration and business opportunities. SIOR offers various resources and benefits to its members, including professional development programs, networking events, access to industry research and publications, and a platform for exchanging information and expertise.
NAIOPThe primary goal of SIOR is to promote and enhance the skills and knowledge of its members, foster professional relationships, and provide a platform for collaboration and business opportunities. SIOR offers various resources and benefits to its members, including professional development programs, networking events, access to industry research and publications, and a platform for exchanging information and expertise.
Business Brokerage PressThis is a comprehensive guidebook that provides essential information on business valuation, industry benchmarks, financial analysis, and deal structuring. It is widely regarded as a valuable resource for business brokers and M&A professionals. Along with providing newsletters and books for continuing education.
CREWCREW Network provides a platform for women in the industry to connect, share knowledge, and support each other through various educational programs, networking events, and leadership development initiatives. The organization offers opportunities for professional development, mentorship, and career advancement in brokerage, development, property management, finance, and other commercial real estate sector segments.
The International Business Brokers Association (IBBA) is an organization that focuses on the profession of business brokerage, which involves facilitating the buying and selling of businesses. While not exclusively related to real estate, business brokers often deal with the sale of businesses that include real estate assets.
The California Association of Business Brokers (CABB) is a professional organization that represents business brokers and intermediaries in California, United States. CABB focuses on promoting professionalism, ethical standards, and education within the business brokerage industry. It offers educational programs, workshops, and seminars to help members stay informed about industry trends, best practices, and regulatory changes. The association also organizes networking events, conferences, and forums to facilitate connections among business brokers, buyers, sellers, and other professionals involved in the sale of businesses.
The National Apartment Association (NAA) is a trade association in the United States that represents the interests of the apartment housing industry. It serves as a resource and advocate for professionals and companies involved in the rental housing sector, including property owners, managers, developers, suppliers, and service providers. The NAA works to support and advance the multifamily housing industry by providing a range of services and initiatives. Overall, the National Apartment Association plays a crucial role in representing, supporting, and advancing the interests of professionals in the apartment housing industry.
With the enthusiastic support of industry leadership, Project REAP—the Real Estate Associate Program—is widely acknowledged to be the most successful diversity initiative in the commercial real estate industry. The mission of Project REAP is to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in the commercial real estate industry through education, mentorship, and partnerships. REAP exists because the commercial real estate industry’s professional ranks are less than 2% minority at management levels. During its short existence, REAP has increased that minority cohort by 10%—by spotlighting a talent pool that was always there, but previously unacknowledged.
Founded in 1972, the National Minority Supplier Development Council Inc.® (NMSDC®) is the longest-operating business growth engine for the broadest group of systematically excluded communities of color (Asian-Indian, Asian-Pacific, Black, Hispanic, and Native American), and our impact goes far beyond supply chain. It’s about upward mobility for the emerging majority of Americans, an equal shot at participating in the American experiment of free-market capitalism and entrepreneurship. Our work is about correcting the unequal access to wealth-building opportunities.