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Announcing the NREI/IMN 2016 Commercial Real Estate Award Winners

Announcing the NREI/IMN 2016 Commercial Real Estate Award Winners

National Real Estate Investor and Information Management Network joined forces on the inaugural NREI/IMN 2016 Commercial Real Estate Awards, honoring the outstanding achievements of real estate organizations over the past 12 months.

After careful consideration, we are pleased to announce the following winners of the NREI/IMN 2016 Commercial Real Estate Awards.

Accountants: Outstanding Service

NES Financial

Brokers: Innovation


Brokers: Disruption

Cushman & Wakefield

Brokers: Social Responsibility


Crowdfunding: Innovation


Crowdfunding: Disruption

Crowdfunding: Social Media


Developers: Innovation

The Related Group

Developers: Social Responsibility

Drever Capital Management

Investors: Operating Companies

Dalfen American Corp.

Investors: Private Equity

Peak Capital Partners

Investors: REITs

Fundrise E-REIT

Law Firms: Outstanding Service

Mayer Brown

Law Firms: Social Responsibility

Rosenberg & Estis

Lenders (Non Banks): Innovation

Colony American Finance

Property Managers: Innovation

Invitation Homes

Technology Providers

Innovation: Financial

Moody's/RCA CPPI

Technology Providers

Innovation: Back Office

Investor Management Services

Technology Providers

Innovation: Leasing


Technology Providers

Innovation: Facilities and Property Management

Yardi Energy Solutions

Technology Providers



Social Responsibility

Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital 

Social Media


The judges for the awards included:

  • Victor Calanog, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President at Reis
  • R. Byron Carlock, Jr., U.S. Real Estate Practice Leader for PwC
  • Michael Cohen, Director of Advisory Services for CoStar Group
  • Christopher Crippen, co-Founder of
  • David Lynn, Ph.D., Founder and CEO of Everest Medical Core Properties
  • Greg MacKinnon, Director of Research for the Pension Real Estate Association
  • Ken Riggs, President of Situs RERC
  • Raymond Torto, Lecturer on market research and urban economics at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.



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