National Association Of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE)

Definition of "National Association of Corporate real Estate Executives (NACORE)"

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Founded in 1969 and located in West Palm Beach, FL, NACORE has 3,273 members. Its members consist of anyone managing, administering and/or operating regional real estate departments for national and international corporations. It provides a forum for exchange of concepts and the sharing of common interests among members. It seeks to develop professionalism in corporate real estate development and management offering educational programs through its Corporate Real Estate division and defends the stakes of corporate realty interests.

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Scott B Lane Scott B Lane said:

Meetings Schedule?

May 13, 2019  18:07:26

 
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Mr. Lane, the NACORE held their last annual Symposium back in 2001. Since then, it merged with the International Development Research Council (IDRC) and became CoreNet Global. You may become a member of this organization and attend their summits and events. 

May 14, 2019  05:59:31
 
 
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