David Jirasek, ALC, CCIM (Jirasek Realty, LLC) Commercial Real Estate Agent



David Jirasek
location_on Temple, TX — Jirasek Realty, LLC
Get to Know David Jirasek

David is involved in such services as sale, leasing, build to suit, tenant representation, due diligence, site location, and tax deferred exchanges of Commercial, Industrial and Investment Properties, and all types of Land Investments, including, Farms, Ranches, Transitional, Development Land, Subdivision, Wholesaling, Site Selection & Assemblage of Tracts, and has assisted in the economic development of multifamily, retail, office, restaurant, industrial as well as land developments in our communities.



   Buyers and sellers in today's complex land real estate market need professionals who provide up-to-date knowledge, a variety of real estate services, and ethical real estate practices. In short, they're looking for real estate professionals who hold the esteemed Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designation. ALC's are a part of the largest trade organization in the world and of the premiere land real estate organization, the REALTORS® Land Institute, which has been serving the nation's land real estate professionals and their clients for over 50 years.

Clients who want to purchase, sell or exchange land, know they need to rely on a leader in land brokerage when making the most valuable decision of all - who will be their land broker?

The Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designation is important to REALTORS® Land Institute members and to their clients for many reasons.

First, the designation is awarded by the Board of Directors to members who have completed a comprehensive program of education and service to the Institute. Only ALC's may use the accredited logo in their brokerage correspondence and marketing pieces.

Second, ALC's constitute a network of recognized specialists throughout the United States. ALC's serve the public in its need for land related real estate services. ALC's ensure that clients will find the best possible parcel for farming, development, recreation and a myriad of other specialized uses. The ALC network is a valuable resource for buyers and sellers.

As land professionals, ALC's know current market values. They work diligently to secure the best sale or purchase price for their clients. Also, ALC's assist buyers and sellers in such areas as finance, leasing and land management. To be safe, secure and satisfied, buyers and sellers are encouraged to work with an accredited real estate professional - one of REALTORS® Land Institute's Accredited Land Consultants.


   A Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) is a recognized expert in the disciplines of commercial and investment real estate. A CCIM is an invaluable resource to the commercial real estate owner, investor, and user, and is among an elite corps of more than 9,000 professionals who hold the CCIM designation across North America and more than 30 countries. Nearly 10,000 additional professionals are pursuing the CCIM designation.Recognized for its preeminence within the industry, the CCIM curriculum represents the core knowledge expected of commercial investment practitioners, regardless of the diversity of specializations within the industry. The CCIM curriculum consists of four core courses that incorporate the essential CCIM skill sets: financial analysis, market analysis, user decision analysis, and investment analysis for commercial investment real estate. Additional curriculum requirements may be completed through CCIM elective courses, transfer credit for graduate education or professional recognition, and qualifying non-CCIM education. Following the course work, candidates must submit a portfolio of closed transactions and/or consultations showing a depth of experience in the commercial investment field. After fulfilling these requirements, candidates must successfully complete a comprehensive examination to earn the CCIM designation. This designation process ensures that CCIMs are proficient not only in theory, but also in practice.With such a wide range of subjects to be mastered and in a dynamic business such as real estate, the educational process doesn't end once the designation is earned; there is a strong commitment among CCIMs to continuing education.Only 6 percent of the estimated 150,000 commercial real estate practitioners nationwide hold the CCIM designation, which reflects not only the caliber of the program, but also why it is one of the most coveted and respected designations in the industry. The CCIM membership network mirrors the increasingly changing nature of the industry and includes brokers, leasing professionals, investment counselors, asset managers, appraisers, corporate real estate executives, property managers, developers, institutional investors, commercial lenders, attorneys, bankers and other allied professionals. Through this business network, CCIM members successfully complete thousands of transactions annually, representing more than $200 billion in value.Certified Commercial Investment Members are in more marketplaces in North America -- 1,000 cities -- than all major real estate companies combined. Regions and chapters provide designees and candidates the opportunities to promote business and educational goals through local and regional forums and meetings.

Commercial real estate is a complex investment that can yield substantial financial gains or unforeseen financial losses. CCIMs possess a thorough understanding of the financial analysis concepts and modern investment strategies needed to make sound decisions on the acquisition and ownership of commercial property. CCIM's have mastered such issues as the time value of money, measuring investment performance, analyzing the best use of a site, property supply and demand, evaluating and managing risk, lease vrs own analysis, market demographics, negotiation, tax implications and financing options. CCIM's apply their expertise to transactions and consulting assignments involving office space, industrial, retail space, multifamily, hotels & motels, senior living facilities, special purpose and land.





Sale and/or lease of commercial, industrial, retail, office, income producing properties, farm & ranch and all types of land, site selection, development, redevelopment and economic development.