Certified Commercial Advisor (CCA)

Certified Commercial Advisor Definition

Certified Commercial Advisor (CCA) is a designation given by the National Society of Real Estate Advisors after completing their training program.


The CCA designation is only applicable to the commercial real estate industry. The designation is sponsored by the National Society of Real Estate Advisors. Part of the requirements to obtain the CCA designation is the completion of a number of commercial real estate educational courses.

Other requirements include paying a one time fee for using the designation and being a NAREA Pro Member, which also implies paying an annual membership fee.

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