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THE ART OF THE DEAL - The Avalon Story of how deals are found and made
Friday, October 14th, 2016 - Christine will discuss how Avalon, as a start-up independent development company without a strong balance sheet, managed to acquire real estate assets, structured deals and survived the downturn over the last 17 years. She will also provide an update of the current development activities of the company. Christine Camp is President and CEO of Avalon Development Company. Avalon is a developer, investor, owner, third-party manager, and broker of industrial parks, apartment buildings, and office and retail commercial centers focused only in Hawaii. Christine started Avalon Development as a one woman real estate consulting operation, but within three years she was able to develop her first multi-million dollar project. Today, with a team of 32, Avalon is actively developing several properties with a combined development value of approximately $350 million dollars and manages over 1 million square feet of commercial spaces and approximately 900 rental units in Hawaii. Before starting her company 17 years ago Christine worked as Vice President of Development for A&B Properties. Registration Deadline: October 10th.
CCIM ANNUAL COCKTAIL PARTY and... Installation of our 2017 Officers & Directors
Thursday, November 17th, 2016 - RSVP BY NOVEMBER 7!!
FORECAST 2017 (SAVE THE DATE)
Friday, February 3rd, 2017 - See Ticket Information.
2017 Hawaii Real Estate Forecast Sponsor Program
Friday, February 3rd, 2017 - Go all the way and maximize this networking opportunity by becoming an event sponsor. Make your presence known - be an Event Sponsor. Deadline October 1, 2016.
The Hawaii CCIM Chapter Presents: 7th Annual CCIM Charity Golf Invitational
Friday, May 12th, 2017 - Waikele Country Club. Sponsorship Opportunities. Reserve your sponsorship/team in 2016 and pay in 2017!! For More Information.
Team Lally Radio Show - 2016-09-10-Team Lally Show-Anthony Provenzano
Lunch & Learn - Residential Condo Development: A Practitioner's Perspective (slides)
FP Honolulu Condominium Market Insights_April 2016
Lunch & Learn - Commercial Appraisal: "You've got the listing but will the appraisal come out? (slides)
Honolulu Rail Transit Project Update - CCIM October 31, 2014
Leveraging the Honolulu Rail Transit Project for Economic Growth and Building Better Communities
* 2016 FORECAST Office Presentation
* 2016 FORECAST Industrial
* 2016 FORECAST UHERO
* 2016 FORECAST Tourism
* 2016 FORECAST Residential
2016 Events Pictures
* 2016 CCIM Networking Event - Tiki's
* 2016 Golf
2015 Events Pictures
* 2015 Golf
2014 Events Pictures
* 2014 CI-101 Class Pictures
* 2014 Golf
* 2014 Forecast
* 2014 June Networking
* 2014 August GMM
* 2014 September GMM
* 2014 October GMM
* 2014 Hotspot
* 2014 Installation
* 2014 Lunch and Learns
* 2014 New Designees
* 2014 CE Class 1031 Exchanges
2013 Events Pictures
* 2013 Golf
* CI 102
* March GMM Lori Hiramatsu
* June GMM Mattson Davis
* 2013 Real Estate Forecast
2012 Events Pictures
* 2012 Golf
2011 Events Pictures
* 2011 Forecast
* 2011 Golf
* CI 103
HAWAII CCIM Chapter is the State's LARGEST COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE NETWORK! See Hawaii CCIM Chapter Membership Benefits here.
2017 Classes - Presented by the Hawaii CCIM Chapter
February 27th - CI 101: FINANCIAL ANALY$I$ FOR COMMERCIAL INVE$TMENT REAL E$TATE
October 2nd - CI 102: MARKET ANALY$I$ FOR COMMERCIAL INVE$TMENT REAL E$TATE
June 5th - CI 104: INVE$TMENT ANALY$I$ FOR COMMERCIAL INVE$TMENT REAL E$TATE
Students should be aware of the State's policy on duplicate courses:
Duplicate continuing education hours. Except as provided by the commission or by this subchapter, a licensee shall not take a continuing education course that is substantially similar to a course for which the licensee has already received a certificate. A continuing education provider shall not issue to a licensee a certificate for substantially the same course completed by the licensee. "Substantially similar" as used in this section means that at minimum, seventy-five per cent of the course content of a course is repeated in another course offering.
The DCCA is enforcing this rule based on the course title. This means that you must be careful not to repeat the same course title. You cannot receive credit for a duplicate course.
You can check your CE history and status at http://www.hawaiirealestatece.com/cestatus.
For questions concerning this HAR, please contact the DCCA at (808) 586-2643.