Posts from 2018-05-17

Lehrer Awarded CCIM Designation: Achievement Signifies Expertise in Commercial Real Estate

Henry “Mac” Lehrer, CCIM, Hoty Enterprises, Inc., was awarded the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation by the CCIM Institute, one of the leading commercial real estate associations in the world. The designation was awarded last month at the institute’s business meetings in Tampa, Florida. 

Mac Lehrer was among the 164 commercial real estate professionals who earned the designation by completing advanced coursework in financial and market analysis and passing the CCIM Comprehensive Examination, the final component in the designation process. Only about 6% of the estimated 150,000 commercial real estate practitioners nationwide hold the CCIM designation, which reflects not only the caliber of the program, but why it is one of the most coveted and respected honors in the industry.

Mac Lehrer currently handles commercial sales and leasing for the Brokerage Services division of Hoty Enterprises, Inc. specializing in commercial/retail, industrial and investment properties for corporate clients as well as private owners of real estate. With nearly 24 years of experience, Mac has leased or sold a diverse portfolio of commercial properties including shopping plazas, commercial/office buildings, manufacturing plants, business parks, acreage and land for development. He has consistently been one of the area’s top commercial sales producers.

SRPC Active Transportation Plan

The Seneca Ohio Regional Planning Commission is working with the Ohio Department of Transportation to develop an Active Transportation Plan for Seneca County. Active Transportation includes any human-powered mode of transportation such as walking, cycling, and using a wheelchair. Active Transportation provides opportunities for students, commuters, and shoppers to achieve health benefits while reaching their destinations. Project team members will be collecting input on June 9th from 9 a.m. to Noon in downtown Tiffin about destinations, barriers, and desired routes for all forms of Active Transportation. This input will be considered in the development of the Seneca County Active Transportation Plan. Please visit the Seneca County Active Transportation booth at the first farmer’s market of the season on June 9, 2018 and “Help Decide Where to Walk, Roll, and Ride.”