NACORE

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NACORENational Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives
NACORENational Association of Commercial Office Real Estate Executives
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Description: NACORE is a professional association that represents 3,500 executives who manage real estate assets for companies whose primary business is not real estate.
Dempsey, of NACORE International, treats printers fairly, believing they'll respond in kind.
By outsourcing, NACORE would spend money only when making money.
* 89% of executives surveyed by the International Association of Corporate Real Estate (NACORE) outsource development and construction and 20% outsource 100% of the work.
Dickson, a former board member of the International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE), is on the board of directors of NACORE's educational arm, the Institute of Corporate Real Estate, "No lender is going to give financing on a [class] B or less building that would have any significant co-compliance issues," he says.
Mark Hoewing, executive director, International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE International), West Palm Beach, Florida, took a different tack on publications.
Her industry awards include the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, the Corporate Real Estate Executive of the Year Award and Presidency for NACORE NY Chapter (now Corenet); Construction Executive of the Year Award from PWC, and Executive of the Year Award from NAWIC.
According to a recent Delphi study on the future of corporate real estate conducted by NACORE and the American Real Estate Society (ARES), the need or desire to outsource is not driven primarily by cost savings.
Perhaps these polarized views are best tempered by a survey of more than 300 companies, conducted by the New York City-based accounting firm Ernst & Young and the International Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE), West Palm Beach, FL.
Her involvement with IDRC, which merged with NACORE to become CoreNet Global, began in 1996.
In concurrence with this information, a NACORE membership survey indicates the future is now: 62 percent of respondents said that the head of the corporate real estate department reports to the CEO, CFO, or COO.
A recent study of corporate real estate executives sponsored by NACORE and Ernst & Young found that 54 percent of those surveyed already outsourced some real estate services and that half of the remaining respondents were exploring outsourcing options.