SAM S. MANOUKIAN, CCIM
Commercial Property Investments
Commercial Division Director
333 E. Glenoaks Blvd.
Glendale, CA. 91207
DRE #: 00967674
REAL ESTATE HISTORY
• Obtained California real estate license on June 18, 1987
• Joined Re/Max of Glendale in 1989 (Now Re/Max Optima) • Obtained the CCIM designation on November 10,1999
• Appointed by the City of Glendale as Commissioner of Board
of Zoning Appeals
• Member of American Industrial Association of Realtors
• Member of MRMLS
• Member of Glendale Association of Realtors
• Member of San Fernando Valley Association of Realtors • Member of California Association of Realtors
• Member of the Victor Valley MLS
• Member of National Association of Realtors
• Member of the Glendale Police Chief Advisory Committee • Executive Committee for Glendale-La Crescenta Red Cross • Member of ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers)
CCIM - The Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) is a recognized expert in the disciplines of commercial and investment real estate. A CCIM is an invaluable resource to the commercial real estate owner, investor, and user, and is among an elite corps of 7,500 professionals across North America who hold the CCIM designation.
Recognized for its preeminence within the industry, the CCIM curriculum represents the core knowledge expected of commercial investment practitioners, regardless of the diversity of specializations within the industry.
Less than 1% of the world’s commercial real estate professional hold the coveted Certified Commercial Investment Member designation.
CCIM Specialized Coursework
• CI 100 – CCIM Marketing Techniques for Leasing and Selling
Commercial Properties - January 8, 1990
• CCIM Fundamentals of Real Estate Investments and Taxation -
April 4, 1990
• CCIM CI 401 – Introduction to Commercial Real Estate Analysis -
September 7, 1995
• CI 406 – CCIM Negotiation Workshop for Commercial Real Estate -
August 1, 1992
• CI 201 – CCIM Market Analysis for Commercial Investment Real
Estate - June 28, 1997
• CI 407 – CCIM Advanced Techniques in Marketing and Leasing -
May 10, 1997
• CI 301 – CCIM Decision Analysis for Commercial Investment Real
Estate - July 25, 1997
University of Pennsylvania - University of Shopping Centers
• SD 502 - Construction Management Principles and Practices • SD 503 - Mixed-Use Urban Infill Development Opportunities • GS 104 - Developing Your Center’s Business Plan
• SC 305 - Developing Neighborhood Centers Anchored by
Supermarkets and Drug Stores
• SF 406 - Acquisitions: From Negotiation to Due Diligence • SD 501 - Development and Design Principles and Practices
• Los Angeles Valley College
• Re/Max Chairman’s Club Award 2004
The Chairman's Club Award was created by Re/Max International to honor the most elite group of high producing real estate professionals. Chairman's award recipients are part of the top 1% of the 100,000 associates in the Re/Max network.
• RE/MAX Platinum Club Award - 2002 & 2003
The Platinum Club was first introduced in 1994 to recognize the significant increase in earnings among the very highest producers in the RE/MAX system. Members of the Platinum Club qualify by having earned between $250,000 and $499,999 in gross commissions during the preceding calendar year. Platinum Club members are recognized by both RE/MAX of California & Hawaii and RE/MAX International. • RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award – 2004
RE/MAX International awards the Hall of Fame, Lifetime Achievement and Circle of Legends Awards and it is the responsibility of the Associate to complete and submit applications for these awards. RE/MAX International also presents 100% Club, Platinum Club and Chairman’s
Club trophies only to those who attend the RE/MAX International Convention.
• RE/MAX 100% Club Award – 1994-2001
Members of the 100% Club qualify by having earned between $100,000 and $249,999 in gross commissions during the preceding calendar year. This award is presented to the top 1 percent of associates affiliated with RE/MAX in the United States each year.