- The Commercial Network of the Long Island Board of REALTORS® (CNLIBOR) is the Commercial Division of the Long Island Board of REALTORS® (LIBOR). CNLIBOR consists of members who do business, in whole or in part, in investment and commercial property.
- The Commercial Network of the Long Island Board of REALTORS® meets monthly to do business and our unique meeting format is strictly a marketing and networking session. Our networking group averages 60 attendees at these monthly breakfast meetings and we are still rapidly growing!
Objectives of the CNLIBOR
To unite those REALTORS® who have an interest in investment and commercial property for the purpose of enhancing the commercial real estate profession. To provide meetings in which members will have the opportunity to exchange views, information and general knowledge regarding commercial real estate whereby their interests may be advanced.
- To encourage and facilitate cooperation among REALTORS® engaged in marketing commercial and investment property.
- To foster sound, prudent and ethical practices as they relate to marketing commercial and investment real estate.
- To foster and develop a knowledgeable membership through continuing education.
- To promote interest in and encourage commercial and investment real property ownership.
- To promote and maintain high standards of conduct in the commercial real estate profession as expressed in the Code of Ethics of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
- To collect information relevant to commercial real estate and make it available to the membership.
Networking and Marketing Sessions
CNLIBOR meetings are all business – there are no speeches!
Meetings are held every month, usually on the 4th Tuesday.
Networking and Breakfast begin at 8:00 am. At 8:30 am, our marketing program begins. Each attendee is given up to 3 minutes in which to present the properties they are co-broking (HAVEs) and their clients’ requirements (WANTs). Please provide informational fliers on your properties or industry with an expectation of 75-80 attendees.