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Commercial Alliance Las Vegas

The Commercial Alliance Las Vegas is one of the largest organizations in Southern Nevada for the commercial real estate industry. It is devoted to uniting, organizing and empowering the industry, largely through education, information and through shaping public policy. CALV is the commercial real estate division of the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® (GLVAR), though membership in CALV is open to REALTORS® and non-REALTORS® alike.

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Mission Statement

"Commercial Alliance Las Vegas’s mission is to establish strategic alliances with local commercial real estate organizations and practitioners.Our objective is to enhance our collective influence in shaping public policy, providing education, networking and the utilization of a commercial property listing service to promote professionalism and expertise in the practice or commercial real estate."

What is CALV?

The Commercial Alliance Las Vegas is one of the largest organizations in Southern Nevada for the commercial real estate industry. It is devoted to uniting, organizing and empowering the industry, largely through education, information and through shaping public policy. CALV is the commercial real estate division of the Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® (GLVAR), though membership in CALV is open to REALTORS® and non-REALTORS® alike.

What Does CALV Do?

In addition to holding monthly meetings of the CALV Board of Directors, CALV also presents at least two major industry events each year. The first is an increasingly popular spring mixer for commercial and other real estate professionals, usually held at the Cili restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip. The second is the annual Commercial Alliance Educational Symposium, which CALV presents each fall. This year’s symposium will be held Sept. 11 at the Gold Coast hotel-casino in Las Vegas.

In addition to educational sessions where real estate professionals can earn continuing education credits to help them maintain their real estate licenses, members of the media and the public are invited to attend the annual symposium luncheon featuring a lively panel discussion by local real estate legends. Real estate professionals can earn up to six hours of continuing education credits by attending morning and afternoon classes.