RE/MAX Practitioner Becomes Fourth From Global Franchise to Lead CCIM Institute

RE/MAX Practitioner Becomes Fourth From Global Franchise to Lead CCIM Institute

Denver, CO – February 10, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — As industry analysts continue to forecast a more favorable commercial real estate market for 2012, The CCIM Institute of the National Association of REALTORS® looks to install its next prestigious President to help lead the way to recovery.

Wayne D’Amico, a commercial real estate practitioner with RE/MAX Right Choice in Trumbull, CT, is the 2012-2013 CCIM President-Elect and the fourth from global real estate leader RE/MAX LLC to take the helm. CCIM is the leader in commercial and investment real estate education and services.

“This is a great honor for me but also a tremendous responsibility as CCIM is focused on guiding the commercial and investment real estate industry to new heights,” said D’Amico who has 25 years of experience and $300 million in commercial projects to his credit. “CCIM is a community of the top practitioners in the business and I look forward to the opportunity for us as an Institute to innovate and help contribute to this country’s overall economic recovery.”

D’Amico is Senior Managing Director of RE/MAX Right Choice Commercial & Investment but was previously president and principal of Property Politics before joining RE/MAX Commercial.

D’Amico succeeds other CCIM Presidents from RE/MAX including Richard Juge of RE/MAX Commercial Brokers in Metairie, LA (2009), the late Tim Hatlestad of RE/MAX Commercial Investment in Scottsdale, AZ (2007) and Bob Behrens of RE/MAX Commercial Services in Denver, CO (2004).

RE/MAX Commercial is ranked in National Real Estate Investor (NREI) magazine’s Top 25 list of commercial brokerage networks and continues to build in prominence. The RE/MAX Commercial global network has been experiencing a great deal of growth and has expanded into 42 countries with approximately 3,000 commercial practitioners and over 300 offices and divisions combined.

“RE/MAX Commercial practitioners are relied on heavily for their significant knowledge and expertise, not just by buyers, sellers and investors, but by other professionals,” said Mike Reagan, RE/MAX Senior Vice President, Business Alliances. “We know that, like the other RE/MAX agents before him, Wayne will serve CCIM well and his leadership will change the commercial industry.”

RE/MAX Commercial has the most Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designees in Canada and one of the largest CCIM contingents in the industry.

For more information about RE/MAX Commercial or to find a RE/MAX Commercial practitioner, visit www.remaxcommercial.com.

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About RE/MAX Commercial®

RE/MAX Commercial, a division of the Denver-based real estate franchisor, RE/MAX LLC, has a Global Network of commercial practitioners who close billions of dollars in sales and lease volume each year. Experience, knowledge and training are trademarks of RE/MAX Commercial, and its prominence in this sector of the real estate industry is driven by global brand recognition and high performance in the marketplace. Nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX.

Please visit www.remaxcommercial.com.

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Based in Denver, Colo., RE/MAX International oversees a network of nearly 100,000 Sales Associates in more than 75 countries, an international presence greater than any of its competitors.  Nobody in the world sells more real estate than RE/MAX.

RE/MAX has been honored as the leading real estate franchise in the "2009 Franchise Times Top 200," and has been the leading real estate organization in Entrepreneur magazine's "Franchise 500 Survey" for nine of the last 11 years.

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