BOB NUTTALL, JR., SIOR AND ANNE LIVELY OF ANCHOR COMMERCIAL | CORFAC INTERNATIONAL EARN THE CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER (CPM®) CERTIFICATION FROM IREM
The CPM® designation is another milestone in Anchor Commercial’s growing division of managed commercial properties
CHARLESTON, SC (October 5, 2010) – Anchor Commercial | CORFAC International Principal Bob Nuttall, Jr., SIOR and Property Manager Anne Lively have earned the CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER® (CPM®) designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®), an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors®. The CPM® designation is awarded to real estate managers who have met the Institute’s requirements in the areas of professional education, examination and experience. Those requirements include maintaining a large portfolio of all property types and having a minimum of 36 months of qualifying real estate management experience. CPM® Members must also abide by a rigorous Code of Professional Ethics that is strictly enforced by the Institute.
Founded in 1933, IREM® is an international organization and affiliate of the National Associates of Realtors. It is the only professional management association serving both the multi-family and commercial real estate sectors. Membership includes over 18,000 individual members, 8,600 who hold the CPM® designation. IREM® promotes ethical real estate management practices through its credentialed membership programs, including the CPM® designation.
Anchor Commercial manages 27 properties totaling over 1,000,000 square feet. The responsibilities of the property manager include maintaining the physical site, managing vendors and other service providers, funds and accounts, and administering leasing activities and tenant services.
Bob Nuttall Jr. heads Anchor’s brokerage and management divisions. From this experience he has gained valuable insight into the perspective of each party to a transaction, which results in the most favorable terms for his clients. Across the many properties she manages, Anne Lively takes care of the needs of dozens of owners and hundreds of tenants on a day-to-day basis – each with their own commercial property occupancy perspective and concerns.