1995: Established with help of IRPF, held eight regional conferences, AE training sessions, CIPS courses offered
2002: IRPF awarded 3 yr USAID cooperative agreement for $250K to assist in the continued evolution of CEREAN as a regional support institution. IRPF and NAR helped sponsor the Annual CEREAN Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia. The foundation held a two-day workshop for association executives, introducing the Management Guide for Real Estate Associations, translated in Russian and Polish.
2003: New Chief Executive Officer for CEREAN hired. IRPF and NAR co-sponsor the Annual Conference in Krakow, Poland, October 2003.
2004: Annual conference in Poland on Database and Risk Management in the Real-Estate Finance Market
2005: Annual conference in Kiev, Ukraine on legislative regulations and realtor technologies
2006: Annual conference in Sofia, Bulgaria, CEREAN Business plan set in motion
2007: Annual conference in Bucharest, Romania, New Executive Vice President for CEREAN hired with assistance of IRPF CEO and President
2008: Annual conference in Istanbul, Turkey
2009: Annual conference in Thessaloniki, Greece
2010: Annual conference in Lviv, Ukraine, 2 sessions of CEREAN International Real Estate Courses held
2011: Train-the-Trainer session held, Strategic planning session facilitated by IRPF
2012: Annual conference held in Crete, Greece
2013: MLS Project, ethics and listing courses held in Hungary and Romania
2013: Annual conference held in Budapest, Hungary
2014: Completion of the MLS Project, ethics and listing courses in Romania and Hungary
2015: Training in code of ethics, listing and representation in Moldova and Serbia
2015: President of CEREAN and trainer participated in "Building Trust and Recognition of U.S. Real Estate Standards" founded by the Reaume Foundation
2015: IRPF consultants led a training on the beneficial tools in real estate development; the program was titled: "Transparency of the Real Estate Market in Moldova"
2015: IRPF consultants led a training program on the Code of Ethics, Agency and Representation in Albania