Speaking Services


Rob Nahigian is both a national award winning recipient instructor and practitioner which is unique in the commercial real estate arena. As a noted global accomplished real estate professional practitioner, speaker and educator, he has been awarded 8 Instructor of Excellence awards including the SIOR National Real Estate Instructor of the Year 5 times (1994, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2012); the first ever accomplished by any SIOR instructor. He was awarded CoreNet’s “2013 Top Rated Faculty” and awarded the “2015 and 2011 Mass. Real Estate Educator of the Year” by the Massachusetts Association of Realtors. He has served on the NAR Commercial Signature Series National Speaker’s Program, is a Visiting Assistant Professor for NAR’s RealtorU Masters Graduate Program and is frequently booked for professional speaking engagements by various national real estate organizations for conventions, regional conferences and corporate training/executive retreats.

He has developed over 170 State and Realtor board courses; has completed numerous ITI courses and is a member of the Real Estate Education Association. He was appointed in May, 2011 by the Mass. Real Estate Licensing Commission to its Education Subcommittee and has developed over 44 courses which are approved for MA CE credit. He has also developed over 150 commercial courses are approved for CE in various U.S. states and is an approved instructor for CE in many states. Rob is considered one of the industry’s most prolific speaker in the U.S. on the topic of build-to-suit development, Investment liquidity, logistics and supply chain industrial real estate decisions, development pro formas and negotiating skills. His corporate training clients have included: Prologis, CB Richard Ellis, NAI, Colliers International, Coldwell Banker Commercial, Divartis, Realogy, FIABCI, NAIOP, Latin American Real Estate Conference, ONCOR International, SIOR, CCIM, CORFAC International, Pyramid Brokerage Co. and many state commercial boards. He is an invited speaker at NAR National Convention on commercial real estate issues.


Las Vegas at Caesar’s Palace, the Hilton Hotel, Mandalay Bay Hotel, MGM, The Venetian Hotel and the Rios; Los Angeles at the Academy Awards Conference Ballroom; Loews S. Beach Hotel and the Sheraton Miami Mart, Miami, Florida; Chicago, MillerCoors HQ,; Chicago’s Drake Hotel; W Chicago Hotel; NYC’s Waldorf-Astoria; Brown Harriman, Wall Street; Bank of America World Headquarters; Toronto’s Royal York Fairmont Hotel; Donalda Club, Toronto; Boston’s Seaport Hotel; The Algonquin Club, Boston; Park Plaza, Boston; Boston’s Convention Center; Boston’s Hyatt Hotel and Marriott Copley Place; Hyannis Sheraton, Cape Cod; Pittsfield Country Club, Pittsfield, Mass; Harbor House, Martha’s Vineyard; Foxwoods Casino, CT; Duquesne Club, Pittsburgh; Orlando’s Disney World and Gaylord Palm Resorts; Williamsburg Lodge, Williamsburg, VA; The Nucleus, Louisville, KY; Vestavia Country Club, Birmingham, AL; Point Clear Resort, AL; Lansdowne Resort, Lansdowne, VA; The Renaissance Hotel, St. Louis; The Birmingham County House, Birmingham, MI; Grand Hyatt, Newport, RI and the RI Convention Center, Providence, RI; Hyatt Hotels, San Antonio; Grand Wailea, Maui; Hilton Hotel Resort and Villages at Baytown Resort, Sandestin, FL; Watercolor Inn, FL; Sheraton Hotel and Oxford Conference Center, Montreal; Hyatt Hotel, Houston; Boca Raton Resort; St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco; Fairmont Princess Hotel, Bermuda; Sheraton Atlanta; Vinings Club, Atlanta; Sheraton Philadelphia; Maggiano’s Restaurant, Oak Brook, Ill; Samoset Resort, Maine; UCLA Resort, Arrowhead, CA; Hotel Valencia, San Jose, CA; University Club, Portland, Oregon; W Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, GA; Hilton Hotels, World Trade Center, Baltimore; IT-oLogy Conference Center, Columbia, SC; The DCU Center, Worcester, Mass.; The Houmas House, Darrow, Louisiana; The Mayo Hotel, Tulsa, OK, NAR Boston National Convention, etc.