July 2, 2018
The 2018 Middle Tennessee CCIM Chapter Nominating Committee has put forth a slate of officers to be voted upon for the 2019 term. All members should have received an electronic ballot. If you did not receive a ballot from the Chapter via Survey Monkey, please contact Tiffany Pruett. Completed ballots are due no later than July 16, 2018 at midnight. Thank you for taking the time to vote!
April 10, 2018
Middle Tennessee Chapter Recognized
The Middle Tennessee CCIM Chapter was recoginzed at the Spring Meetings in Tampa on April 10th for their new endowment scholarship named after our own Jim Dunn, CCIM. CCIM 2018 President-Elect, Barbara Crane, CCIM is pictured below presenting the award to Chapter President, Ben Burns, CCIM.
New Designee Pinned
Congratulations to Teddy Hendricks, CCIM of Kibo Holdings for earning his CCIM Designation on April 10th! Pictured below Teddy is welcomed by our Chapter officers present at the Spring Meetings in Tampa (pictured from left-right: JP Lowe, CCIM, President-Elect, David Rosenblum, CCIM, Education, Teddy Hendricks, CCIM, Ben Burns, CCIM, President, Sue Earnest, CCIM, National Board of Directors).
2017 President's Cup
The Middle Tennessee CCIM Chapter has won 3rd place in the 2017 President's Cup. This is a wonderful honor to receive! Thank you and congratulations to the entire 2017 Middle Tennessee CCIM Chapter Board and Committee members, this honor would not have been possible without your hard work and dedication to the betterment of our Chaper!
March 8, 2018
At the March luncheon it was announced that the new endowment scholarship has been named in honor of Jim Dunn! Jim has showen outstanding leadership in the CRE industry and has been a dedicated CCIM Chapter and Institute member serving in many roles over the years as well an instructor for the CCIM curriculum. Please join us in thanking Jim for all of his contributions over the years!
(Jim Dunn, CCIM (left), Ben Burns, CCIM (right))
February 21, 2018
U.S. House Passes Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Amendment
The U.S. House passed CCIM Institute supported legislation on February 15 proposing amendments to the ADA. The ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017 (H.R. 620), passed by a vote of 225-192. The legislation attempts to reduce “drive-by lawsuits” against business and property owners by creating a notice and cure period. Under the bill, a potential plaintiff must first deliver written notice to an owner identifying the alleged barrier to access and give the owner 60 days to create a plan to remove the barrier, and another 60 days to implement the plan to remedy the alleged violation. The bill moves on to the Senate this week.
January 26, 2018
Middle Tennessee Chapter
Swears in 2018 Officers
2018 Chapter Officers were sworn in at the Chapter luncheon on Thursday, January 25, 2018
Left - Right: Trey Kirby, CCIM - Past President, J.P. Lowe, CCIM - President Elect, Ben Burns, CCIM - President, Allen Bolden, CCIM, Treasurer, Brian Forrester, CCIM- Secretary