Events


Jul
16
Tue
Sacramento District Mixer July 16 @ HGA
Jul 16 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Join us after work on Tuesday, July 16 for wine, beer, snacks and networking as we explore the challenges facing commercial real estate as Generation Z enters the workplace.

Gen Z is starting to enter the workforce in sizable numbers. Generally born between 1996 and 2010, Gen Z includes approximately 64.6 million people, or 20% of the US population. They differ from Millennials in substantive ways. They represent changes to all aspects of corporate real estate through their expectations in the workplace, retail, residential, cultural and lifestyle environments. This course will explore the influencers and resulting characteristics that define this generation along with a framework of principles that comprise a holistic picture on the impact and potential strategies to prepare for this rapidly emerging and influential generation.

HGA is a national multidisciplinary design firm rooted in architecture and engineering. More than 850 people in 11 offices from coast to coast work to make a positive, lasting impact for clients in healthcare, arts and culture, community, corporate, education, government, science and technology, and energy markets.

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Sep
19
Thu
Foundations for Success in Commercial Real Estate @ Sacramento Association of Realtors
Sep 19 @ 8:00 am – Sep 20 @ 5:00 pm

This case study-driven course provides agents, brokers, students, and allied professionals with an understanding of the skills, resources, and business practices that pave the way for success in commercial real estate. Learn how to analyze leases and investment value, and develop a plan to kick-start your career.

Foundations for Success is not just about how the commercial real estate business works, it is about working the business.

As part of the course, you will also receive the CCIM Financial Calculator, designed to effectively and efficiently provide investment scenarios for you and your clients.

  • Access and use demographic information as a decision-making tool;
  • Differentiate between the needs of the owners and tenants;
  • Develop personal/property marketing plans;
  • Perform basic mortgage calculations by using compounding and discounting techniques; and
  • Project income and expenses for a real estate property.

Join us for a networking mixer following class on Sept. 19.

 

Sep
23
Mon
CRE Golf Tournament @ Sequoyah Country Club
Sep 23 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm

NorCalCCIM and Crew East Bay play hosts to the season’s most exciting golf tournament at the beautiful Sequoyah County Club in the Oakland Hills. Plan now to join us for 18 holes, or for the awards dinner. Networking with other commercial real estate pros doesn’t get better than this!

Sequoyah Country Club is a hundred-year-old gem overlooking Oakland and the Bay.  The private course is well-known among Bay Area golfers for its rolling hills and mature landscape.

Prizes will be awarded to Men and Women First, Second & Third place, Longest Drive and Closest To The Pin.  A car will be awarded for a Hole-In-One and a Putting Contest will precede the Shotgun start.

Following play, a three-course dinner with wine will be served as winners are announced. Don’t play golf?  Join us for a free Rookie Fun Clinic with a golf pro, followed by dinner and networking.

A portion of the proceeds will go to scholarships for CCIM courses and the CREW Foundation.   REGISTER NOW!

Tournament Sponsor
 
Coffee                                                           Putting Contest

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Hole Sponsors
    

To join our list of sponsors, contact NorCalCCIM@ccim.net