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IREM-CIREI partnership offers Internet guide for real estate.

With ever-increasing numbers of real estate professionals turning to the Internet to market their companies and properties, obtain financing, find deal-making partners, get industry information, and expand their operations beyond the traditional restraints of time zones and nine-to-five business hours, the new real estate mantra for the end of the millennium is not "location, location, location" but "technology, technology, technology"

Yet despite all the media attention the high-speed world of cyberspace has received, it is still an unfamiliar and often overwhelming place for many of today's real estate practitioners. While books and other publications on navigating the Net for fun and profit abound, there are very few information resources currently available that discuss the Internet specifically from a commercial real estate perspective.

To help real estate managers, asset managers, commercial brokers and other investment real estate professionals learn to use the Internet more effectively as a tool for boosting their businesses, the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute (CIREI) have joined forces to co-publish a special Internet technologies supplement, "Technology for Tomorrow: Working the Web." The supplement will appear in the November/December issues of IREM's official publication, the Journal of Property Management (JPM) and CIREI'S publication, the Commercial Investment Real Estate Journal (CIREJ).

Both IREM and CIREI are affiliates of the National Association of realtors. The two professional associations provide education and certification to property management and real estate asset management practitioners and to commercial brokerage, marketing, and investment analysis practitioners, respectively.

The full-color technology supplement is designed as a convenient, central source of information on a wide range of Internet and World Wide Web topics affecting real estate management and commercial brokerage. In-depth articles by real estate and information technology experts will examine such issues as:

* How real estate firms can get started on the Internet, develop a Web site, and establish an on-line presence.

* Strategies for successful marketing on the Web.

* Maximizing the security of transactions in cyberspace.

* Using the Web for real estate research and information-gathering.

* The emergence of internal "intranet" networks within companies.

The November/December 1996 issue of the Journal of Property Management containing the special Internet technologies supplement can he purchased directly from IREM for $7. To order, write to the Journal at 430 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611-4090 or visit IREM's Web site at http://www.irem.org.
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Title Annotation:Institute of Real Estate Management; Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Oct 9, 1996
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