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Former partners with CCIM Institute

Former partners with CCIM Institute
In South Florida, CCIM has about 240 members
February 10, 2016 12:00PMBy Katherine Kallergis

Yan Khamish of Ten-X and Steven Moreira, president of CCIM

Ten-X, formerly called, has formed a partnership with the CCIM Institute aimed at bridging the gap between technology and real estate while boosting the online firm’s presence in the commercial property market, including in Miami.
The announcement comes on the heels of Ten-X Commercial’s plan to roll out new transaction tools that will allow sellers and their brokers to choose between an online auction or a traditional online sale. Yan Khamish, managing director of business development for Ten-X, told The Real Deal that the enhanced website is geared to bring more “eyeballs” to the property and also organizes all due diligence before deals go into contract, compared to the traditional transaction process. It creates a web page for each property, including its own “web vault” and proprietary marketing campaign. rebranded as Ten-X earlier this month.
In South Florida, the former facilitated the $27.8 million sale of the Shoppes at Jupiter in August. The 24-acre property listing attracted 6,591 web hits, 312 vault visits, 15 registered bidders and 10 live bidders, a spokesperson said. Transwestern brokered the sale. also facilitated the sale of Mayfair in the Grove, which traded for $38 million in 2010. The property received 10,190 web hits and 58 vault visits. Jones Lang Lasalle brokered that sale.
Khamish said deals have an average life cycle of 90 days on Ten-X. “Transactions aren’t lingering for 270 days,” he said.
When Ten-X, based in Irvine and Silicon Valley, rolls out its new programs and services on March 11, will remain as a residential online platform. The partnership includes educational programs for CCIM members, of which there are about 240 in South Florida, CCIM president Steven Moreira told TRD. Together, they will launch programs in Miami, Los Angeles and New York. Moreira and Khamish declined to disclose financial details of the agreement.
The partnership between CCIM and Ten-X is part of the company’s shift toward more stabilized property sales and focus on the commercial market. In November, launched a campaign to woo commercial brokers with $5,000 for listing one of their properties on the site.
The CCIM curriculum, short for certified commercial investment member, includes 160 classroom hours and requirements based on professional experience, according to a press release. The institute is an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors and its members include those in the brokerage, appraisal, investment counseling, development, lending and real estate law industries.
Ten-X has sold more than 200,000 residential and commercial properties totaling more than $37 billion since 2007, the company said. Investors include Google Capital and Stone Point Capital.

Source: The Real Deal

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