PHOENIX, AZ: ELi Mastracci, Sales Associate and Principal of Phoenix West Commercial, LLC., has been awarded the David S. Miller, CCIM Endowed Scholarship by the Central Arizona CCIM Chapter. This scholarship recognizes those in the industry who have shown great dedication, commitment, outstanding achievement, and service to the commercial real estate industry. The award is in the amount of $1,000 and may be used toward one CCIM Core Course. “While Eli Mastracci is young in the business, he was identified through his scholarship application as having the drive, desire, and support to complete the rigorous process for the CCIM Designation. The Central Arizona CCIM Chapter is happy to have chosen such a fine individual to receive the David S. Miller CCIM Endowed Scholarship. We know we can expect great achievements from Eli,” says Lisa J. Richardson, CCIM and broker with SJ Fowler Real Estate, Scholarship Liaison and past president [...]
Bobbie Mastracci, CCIM, Builds Credibility and Connections When Bobbie Mastracci, CCIM, entered commercial real estate as her second career, she needed to gain credibility in the male-dominated industry. “I was trying to get into commercial real estate, and no one would call me back,” says Mastracci, designated broker and principal at Phoenix West Commercial LLC in Phoenix. “Today it has improved for women in commercial real estate, but credibility is still at the top of the list.” Earning her CCIM designation in 2008 gave her instant credibility and an entry into getting to know other CCIMs locally, regionally, and nationally. “I work with a boutique brokerage, so CCIM Institute helped me to build a network,” Mastracci says. “Meeting CCIMs first in the chapter and later nationally gave me the same opportunities as if I worked at a big firm.” Click here to read the article [...]
Phoenix West Commercial is proud to announce our partnership with the Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce! Check us out under "Economic Development" or click here to view our listing: www.southwestvalleychamber.org/commercial.html ### About the SWVCC The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce is a regional chamber of commerce serving the businesses in the Cities of Avondale, Goodyear, Litchfield Park, and Tolleson. Their goal is to help create a community where businesses want to operate, people want to visit, and everyone wants to live. Learn more at www.southwestvalleychamber.org
AVONDALE, ARIZ. — May 16, 2016 — Bobbie Lorraine Mastracci, CCIM, designated broker/principal at Phoenix West Commercial LLC, was quoted in the May/June issue of Commercial Investment Real Estate, the magazine of the CCIM Institute. Please read her comments in “Independents’ Day,” which is available in the PDF file accompanying this release. To read the entire issue, visit http://cire.epubxp.com. CCIMs have earned an internationally recognized professional designation that signifies their expertise in commercial investment real estate. Do you want to get this expert’s take on the local commercial real estate market? Contact Bobbie Mastracci, CCIM, at 623-512-8787. ### About the CCIM Institute Since 1969, the Chicago-based CCIM Institute has conferred the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation on commercial real estate and allied professionals through an extensive curriculum of 160 classroom hours and professional experiential requirements. The core curriculum addresses financial analysis, market analysis, user decision analysis, investment analysis, and [...]
Surveyed list ranked by 2019 local (Maricopa and Pinal counties) gross sales. Other information points include number of local employees, specialty services, top local executive, year founded locally and partial list of local construction projects.
Surveyed list ranked by 2019 local (Maricopa and Pinal counties) gross sales. Other information points include number of local employees, specialty services, top local executive, year founded locally and partial list of recent construction projects.
In this guest column, Phoenix entrepreneur and content strategist Nancy Shenker talks up her decision to use coworking spaces, and why she prefers it over her previous executive jobs when she had a permanent office and a nameplate on her office door.