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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer also checked back in with Bob Sulentic, president and CEO of the real estate investment trust CBRE Group (CBG) , which has seen its stock rise 19% since Cramer last spoke with Sulentic just three months ago.

Sulentic said the fundamentals of the real estate market are a lot better than people think, which has led CBRE to have not only a nice quarter but a strong year overall. He said there are a lot of misconceptions about the retail industry, including understanding where rents and occupancy are up thanks to a lack of new construction.

Sulentic also said that when big retailers, like JC Penney (JCP) - Get J. C. Penney Company, Inc. Report announce they're closing stores, they often turn to companies like CBRE to assist them.

As for having a real estate guy in the Oval Office, Sulentic said that he's hopeful good things will happen with lower taxes, infrastructure spending and deregulation.

After another strong quarter, Cramer urged viewers to read the CBRE's filing to see for themselves.

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