Exclusive Membership & Benefits For Success in Commercial Real Estate
No industry is a static industry - meaning, changes happen everywhere, everyday. Commercial real estate is certainly no exception. At Quality Commercial Real Estate, continuing education is a top priority. The breadth of our knowledgebase allows us to provide a highly comprehensive list of services to our clients. The depth of our network opens up the South Texas market to a global pool of buyers and sellers.
Owner Darlene Miller holds a CCIM designation, Certified Commercial Investment Member. With a CCIM designation, a commercial real estate broker undergoes hours of training and classroom education in multiple aspects of the real estate industry from introduction to advanced levels:
- Financial Analysis
- Decision Analysis
- Federal Tax Legislation
- Property Valuation
- Market Analysis for Commercial Investment
- Investment Analysis for Commercial Investment
- Disposition Analysis
- Commercial Real Estate Negotiations
With the backing of a CCIM designation, Quality Commercial Real Estate has access to several cutting edge tools in the commercial real estate industry in addition to a global network of professionals.
Our Goal to Providing Consistency in Quality
The long term goal of Quality Commercial Real Estate is a strict focus on obtaining an ISO certification for the firm. The ISO 9000 series is a set of standards for quality management and quality assurance. The standards apply to materials, products, processes and services. Further, the standards provide a general framework for any industry; they are not industry-specific.
A company that has a Quality Management System (QMS) "certified to" ISO 9000 has demonstrated that it has a documented QMS in place and that it is applied consistently. The ISO 9000 series emphasizes prevention of problems and meeting customers' needs. ISO 9000 standards apply to all companies large or small, whether in services or manufacturing.
Quality refers to the combined features of the services that contribute to its ability to meet identified needs. Quality assurance processes must balance the needs of the consumer with the needs of the service provider, however, the consumer is the ultimate judge of quality. The process by which quality is achieved is called quality assurance. Quality assurance includes quality control procedures, quality plans, and other mechanisms. The process of implementing quality assurance standards is called quality management. Quality assurance and quality management are the areas covered by the ISO 9000 series.