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NAI Realvest’s Veronica Malolos Earns Prestigious CCIM Designation

KISSIMMEE / ORLANDO -- Veronica Malolos, Osceola County broker at NAI Realvest, has been awarded the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation from the CCIM Institute recognizing her as an expert in the disciplines of commercial and investment real estate.

Malolos completed all of the requirements including the Institute’s comprehensive studies and testing, and demonstrated a vast portfolio of experience. CCIMs must be proficient in the areas of investment analysis, market analysis, user decision analysis and financial analysis for commercial real estate. Patrick Mahoney, President and CEO of NAI Realvest said in addition to this achievement Malolos is an established leader in Osceola County and serves as Chairwoman of the County’s Planning Board. She has more than 15 years of experience in commercial real estate focusing on tenant representation, brokerage, investment, development, sales and leasing. Among the more than 150,000 commercial real estate professionals in the United States, only an estimated 6 percent hold the CCIM designation. CCIM members are responsible for an approximate US$400 billion annually of real estate transactions globally. CCIM Institute is a commercial affiliate of the National Association of Realtors and is headquartered in Chicago. * * * About NAI Realvest NAI Realvest in Orlando, covering all of Central Florida, is a fully integrated commercial real estate operating company specializing in brokerage, development, investment, leasing and management, consulting and research services in the U.S. and worldwide. NAI Global is an international commercial real estate network with over 400 offices spanning the globe. Since 1978, clients have built businesses on the power of NAI Global’s expanding network. Extensive services include multi-site acquisitions and dispositions, sublease, tenant representation, lease administration and audit, investment services, due diligence and related consulting and advisory services. To learn more, visit