Jamieson is an active member of the Real Estate Finance Association, Greater Boston Real Estate Board's Commercial Brokers Association and NAIOP Capital Markets Forum.
What does CBA stand for?
CBA stands for Commercial Brokers Association
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We have 508 other meanings of CBA in our Acronym Attic
- Collective Bargaining Agreement
- College of Business Administration
- Colorado Bandmasters Association
- Colorado Bar Association
- Colorado Beekeepers Association
- Colorado Bowhunters Association (Conifer, CO)
- Columbia Blood Agar
- Commercial Bank of Africa (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Commercial Bid Analysis
- Commercial Billing Accounts
- Committee on Border Affairs (Vietnam)
- Commonwealth Bank of Australia
- Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (UK)
- Communauté Blairienne Autonome (French: Blairienne Autonomous Community; online forum)
- Community Bank of Arizona (Community Bancorp)
- Community Bankers Association
- Community Based Activity (various locations)
- Community Based Alternatives
- Community Based Approach (various locations)
- Community Benefits Agreement (contract; various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He is a member of the National Association of Office and Industrial Properties, the Commercial Brokers Association, and the Greater Boston Real Estate Board.
The Commercial Brokers Association (CBA) is a Seattle-based, member owned, not-for-profit cooperative, which has provided commercial real estate multiple listing services to its members since 1977.
Osborn and Thoreson bring with them powerhouse clients, including Hines, Equity Office, Colliers, Bedford Property Investors, Fisher Properties, the Commercial Brokers Association, the Northwest Multiple Listing Service and Cushman and Wakefield, among others.
In honoring Putprush, the Commercial Brokers Association acknowledged the size, complexity and significance of the transaction.