The Oklahoma Chapter of CCIM would like to congratulate JASON HAMMOCK, CBRE Oklahoma City, on his completion of the CCIM Designation in Atlanta, Georgia. Jason completed the CCIM curriculum by submitting his transaction portfolio of experience and completing his comprehensive examination at the annual governance meeting and 2016 THRIVE Convention.

CCIM’s newest 201 designees were honored by CCIM Institute and their local chapter members during a pinning ceremony and cocktail reception on Oct. 26 during CCIM Institute’s Annual Governance Meetings at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Atlanta. The new CCIMs hail from 37 states, with the highest concentration in Texas, Florida, and California, and have varying years of experience and work in all aspects of the commercial real estate profession.  

The CCIM designation is considered the most rigorous commercial real estate professional designation to obtain due to extensive coursework, a peer-reviewed commercial portfolio, and a final comprehensive exam lasting six hours. Five years is average time to complete the CCIM designation requirements. 

At the pinning ceremony, 2016 CCIM Institute President Steven W. Moreira, CCIM, recognized the “dedication, determination, and hard work each designee showed to get to this point in their careers.”

Visit CCIM Institute’s Facebook page for more details and photos of the 2016 Annual Governance Meetings, CCIM Thrive, and new CCIM designee pinning ceremony. To learn more about earning the CCIM designation, visit