real esTaTe manaGemenT cenTer
succeeds aT sainT auGusTine’s colleGe
in 2003, sainT auGusTine’s colleGe These courses form the basis for the center’s
esTablisHed a cenTer for real motto: Knowledge, Credentials and Experience.
esTaTe manaGemenT To Pre- The college also recognizes CPM® qualification
Pare sTudenTs for leadersHiP courses for degree credit.
roles in THe comPleX, diverse Working in close association with the IREM
and raPidly cHanGinG field of Greater Raleigh-Durham Chapter No. 105, the
real esTaTe manaGemenT. Located center has established an excellent curriculum
in Raleigh, N.C., Saint Augustine’s is a four- that relies exclusively on CPM Members as
year liberal arts institution, recognized by the adjunct faculty. The chapter’s association with
United States government as a Historically Saint Augustine’s has been so successful that
Black College and University. Bonnie Moser, CPM and 2009 chapter presi-
The IREM Foundation provided initial sup- dent, is looking to expand student membership
port for the center by contributing 52 books, with other local colleges and universities.
as well as other publications, to establish a real The following Raleigh-based chapter leaders
estate management resource library. Additional provide ongoing support as faculty:
funding was also provided to purchase two nOrA neILSOn, CPM, director of property
computers and software for the center. management, Spectrum Properties Management
In 2006, the IREM Foundation awarded Saint Co., AMO® “THIS eFFeCTIVe
Augustine’s College a grant of $22,600 over four CrySTAL HALL, CPM, senior real estate man- IT SuCCeSS TO
years that enabled the institution to fund schol- ager, CB Richard Ellis, AMO THe SuPPOrT
GIVen By THe
arships, internships and administrative support JeFF WeATHerSPOOn, CPM, vice president/