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  • Jul 27, 2021
  • IREM

Globe St. honors 16 IREM members as 2021 Women of Influence

Since 1983, GlobeSt Real Estate Forum has recognized women who significantly influence the real estate profession and drive the industry forward with their Women of Influence program. These are the leaders shaping commercial real estate, managing the critical issues facing CRE today, and positioning the industry for a more inclusive future.


  • Jul 08, 2021
  • Muhmmad JawadUrRehman, CPM®

How inspections build asset resilience

Each day is an exciting ride for property managers, from demanding situations to creating delightful experiences. Their eyes do not rest as they continue to observe, assess, note, and report in the midst of all.


  • Jul 01, 2021
  • Aimee Miller

Real estate leaders reflect on successful leadership

Much has changed this past year, including the dynamics of leadership. But while being an effective leader in this new “digital first” world requires a new set of skills, there’s an aspect to leadership that will never change: the very nature of the role.


  • Jun 22, 2021
  • Nancye Kirk

IREM mourns passing of Norm Flynn

Today IREM has a vibrant, robust international program. We have members in 43 countries, and more than 40 percent of new CPMs now come from outside the United States. Among those who helped advance IREM’s move onto the international stage was Norman David “Norm” Flynn, who passed away earlier this month at his home in Wisconsin.


  • Jun 21, 2021
  • Nancye Kirk

This year, be prepared for hurricane season

Do you know Ana, Bill, Claudette, Danny, and Elsa? We hope you won’t be making their acquaintance any time soon – because they’re the names of the first five hurricanes in 2021. Hurricane season officially kicked off on June 1, and NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting another above-normal Atlantic hurricane season, although not at the historic levels experienced in 2020 when there were 30 named storms.


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