“I’ve been a broker within our industry for more than 30 years, including spending 22 years working for CB Richard Ellis. In my opinion, Jim Gillespie is the best commercial real estate trainer in the business.”

t-bill-Bill Ukropina

Coldwell Banker Commercial

“Within 7 weeks after beginning my work with Jim I landed new business worth over $500,000.00 in commissions to me!”

t-mike-Mike Giuliano

Lee & Associates

“Jim Gillespie has both the knowledge and the expertise to take your commercial real estate brokerage business to the next level. If you’re considering working with a coach, I recommend that you hire him.”

t-robert-Robert Ringer

Legendary commercial real estate broker and 3x N.Y. Times #1 Best Selling Author

Welcome to Advanced Commercial Real Estate Coaching

With more than 35 years of experience in our industry, Jim is the Founder and Creator of Commercial Real Estate Coaching, and he provides the following services:

 

  • One-on-One Commercial Real Estate Coaching
  • Business Consulting
  • Commercial Real Estate Training and Seminars
  • Live Teleconferences and Webinars
  • Professional Speaking

 

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My Recent Blogposts

What the Coronavirus Now Means to Your Commercial Real Estate Market

on Mar 17, 2020

The impact of the threat of the coronavirus has set a tone and a feeling within our nation that’s been unprecedented since 9/11. However, right after 9/11 we were still free to walk around, go to events, visit shopping malls, and go to restaurants. So in my opinion, the ongoing fear, and the restrictions now set upon us, along with our ongoing concerns around the coronavirus are impacting us even more severely…

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How to Become the True Champion for Your Commercial Real Estate Clients

on Mar 2, 2020

We’re living in a highly politically-charged environment right now, and this can create tremendous opportunity for you. There are politicians who will propose things that can be very irritating to commercial real estate property owners, and you can become their champion by keeping these people informed, and fighting for their cause…

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How to Get to the Real Commercial Real Estate Decision Maker

on Feb 25, 2020

Sometimes once you’ve identified a prospect, you may have concerns about whether the person you’re talking to is really the ultimate commercial real estate decision maker, or whether you need to really be talking to someone else instead. This can become a sensitive situation, as you don’t want to insult the person you’re already talking to, but at the same time, you really want to be talking to the ultimate person who will have the final say so on all commercial real estate decisions.

Keeping this in mind, a question you can utilize in this situation, when you’re talking to the person who you believe may not be the ultimate decision maker, is…

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Here’s the Funniest Commercial Real Estate Video I’ve Ever Seen!

on Dec 30, 2019

Check out this 13-minute video takeoff of the TV show “The Bachelor” that was filmed by Andrew Cheney, SIOR, CCIM, for the annual NAIOP Conference. But instead, in this version we see commercial real estate building owners all wooing a prospective tenant, trying to get the tenant to move into their own building. The owners get emotional, they hug it out, and they get excited whenever they are given a rose by the prospective tenant, indicating that their building has now moved onto the next stage of site selection. I’ve seen this 13-minute video several times now, and I laugh every time! Make sure you stick around for the great plot twist that we can all relate to right at the end!...

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Here’s a Good Inexpensive Gift to Give to Your Commercial Real Estate Clients and Prospects

on Nov 4, 2019

Giving gifts to the clients you’ve already closed transactions with can be a great way to show them your appreciation, and it helps you to begin taking your relationship with them to the next level, too. But what gift can you give to your prospects, the people who you’ve never even closed a transaction with before? If you give them a bottle of wine or a gift basket, this can make it feel like you’re trying to bribe them into working along with you on your first transaction together, so what kind of gift can you give them that would be appropriate in this particular situation?

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