Brokerage

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Accelerate Your Career in Commercial Real Estate

Office and industrial realtors work in a fast-pace environment, with vast opportunities for career advancement and growth potential, and diverse career options.

A real estate broker is a person who acts as an intermediary between sellers and buyers of real estate. Brokers typically receive a payment called a commission for successfully matching a seller’s real estate with a buyer, resulting in a successful sales transaction. Brokers and their salespersons who assist in marketing, selling, or leasing properties are commonly called “listing brokers” or “listing agents.” Listing brokers and agents seek to market, sell, or lease the property for the highest available price under the best available terms. The buyers of income-producing properties sometimes hire commercial brokers to find prospective properties for purchase and to negotiate acquisitions.

Brokers who achieve the highest levels of success and adhere to rigorous professional standards belong to the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors® (SIOR), representing the world’s elite in industrial and office brokerage. They are the most trusted resource in commercial real estate. SIORs are held to the highest standard by completing thorough requirements and proving excellence in securing successful transactions. SIOR is more than a designation, it’s a symbol of excellence.

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Scholarship Opportunities
The SIOR Foundation and local SIOR chapters have partnered with over 30 universities to provide grants and scholarships for individuals interested in a career in commercial real estate.
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How SIOR is Leading the CRE Industry
Through SIOR, I have been fortunate to meet and spend time with some of our industry’s best and brightest minds – leaders in commercial real estate, from brokers to developers to other skilled professionals. Advanced education, in depth conversations about the market, high-level networking and balanced presentations lead everything the organization does.
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The Untrained Broker – What Can and Cannot be Taught
Are successful commercial real estate brokers made or born? The answer may be “a little bit of both,” but one of the keys to successfully training inexperienced brokers is recognizing the difference and knowing what can and cannot be taught.
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5 Things Top CRE Brokers Do Every Day
It’s no secret that commercial real estate is a competitive business. Brokers must be willing to work hard if they want to succeed, and even then there are no guarantees. Top brokers, those seemingly flooded with opportunities and referrals, cracked the code by applying a mix of hard work and smart tactics that ultimately lead to success.
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SIORs are the most capable and experienced industrial and office brokerage practitioners in any market – delivering best in class service to clients while working together to advance the industry. SIOR membership offers many rewarding benefits to help you extend your expertise, network with vetted real estate peers around the globe, and increase your income while staying ahead of the curve on relevant topics that matter most to you and your clients.

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Brokers who achieve the highest levels of success and adhere to rigorous professional standards belong to the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors® (SIOR), representing the world’s elite in industrial and office brokerage. SIORs are held to the highest standard by completing thorough requirements and adhering to the SIOR Code of Ethics. SIOR is more than a designation, it’s a symbol of excellence. It’s a reflection of a global network of more than 3,000 industry leaders driven by camaraderie and innovation. SIORs value the power that comes with building relationships and sharing ideas that are on the leading edge of the industry.They are the most trusted resource in commercial real estate. For more information, visit sior.com.

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