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Discover the CMCP Difference

The only certification of its kind for early-career professionals, the Certified Manager of Commercial Properties (CMCP) instantly validates an individual’s ability to navigate the key responsibilities of property management. For those just starting out in their careers, the CMCP can open the door to new opportunities for career growth and advancement. For employers, the CMCP is shorthand for an employee or job candidate with the knowledge to succeed in a property management role—and it also can be a professional development tool for existing employees in need of upskilling or reskilling. Allow the CMCP to be your strategic resource for navigating today’s complex workforce landscape.

Interested in learning more? Watch the video below for your guide to the CMCP in less than 90 seconds:

CRECI, in collaboration with our testing partner, Pearson VUE, now offers an 
option to complete your CMCP exam without needing to visit a testing center! Candidates can take advantage of the online proctored testing experience through Pearson VUE’s OnVUE platform, which allows for 24/7 testing from your home or office using your own computer. Learn more. >>

Why choose the CMCP?

The CMCP is the only certification of its kind in the commercial real estate industry—and, best of all, you may qualify with as little as one year of experience. The CMCP certification:

  • Instantly communicates your ability to be an effective commercial property manager with a strong understanding of the responsibilities of the role
  • Offers recognition early in your career and increases your value to your company and the industry
  • Signals to employers you have the potential to advance and grow in your career and can navigate the fast-changing world of commercial real estate
  • Boosts confidence by validating your knowledge of key commercial real estate operations and management principles
  • May increase your chances for promotion and/or additional responsibilities and opportunities

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