Director of Research
Commercial real estate market insight is the essential ingredient in all of the services Colliers International offers. We monitor and identify commercial property trends and deliver projections to help you make critical decisions for your business's future.
Our world-class researchers are continuously sourcing and analyzing data in in every major global market, helping you adapt to drivers outside your industry and region that could impact your business.
With regular research reports covering major property types and the capacity to create custom reports tailored to your industry and specific needs, you'll be equipped to successfully buy, sell, lease or develop property with the best knowledge available.
Strong U.S. office market continues to cool but select upside remains.
Industrial market strong despite a break from record activity.
As the workplace remains under pressure to "evolve," we review the current and forecasted trends and drivers for the workplace.
The major office markets in Canada, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, equate to 476 million square feet of inventory – 89% of the entire country. Of these markets, three have the majority of the inventory in the urban core, and three have the majority of the inventory in suburban markets...
Foundations Still Firm
The LATAM Cap Rates Report shares current trends by the commercial real estate market. In addition to describing the most significant financial factors, the report portrays the stages for each type of commercial asset in the investment cycle at each country. Available in Spanish, English and Brazilian Portuguese.
Myths, misconceptions and opportunities.
The outlook for the Canadian real estate market varies throughout the country. Markets such as Vancouver and Toronto have experienced continued development and aggressive price growth. Secondary markets also benefited as investors looked to these markets to place capital.
Office markets nearing peaks as rent growth slows.
Learn about the key trends impacting nine major U.S. ports and the surrounding industrial real estate markets.
The growth of e-commerce, technology change and other cyclical and structural factors, like the crisis of the shipping industry, are reshaping supply chains and have major implications for industrial property portfolios/markets according to a new research from Colliers International.
Examining the increased presence of health care in the retail setting.
The Canadian hotel industry capped off 2016 with $4.1 billion in transaction volume, with 2017 expected to see over $3 billion in overall transaction activity.
In Asia’s competitive office market, we are seeing larger scale end users increasingly demand more flexibility with their workspace mix.
Colliers' latest report reveals that the correlation between growth in office-based jobs and office investment turnover during the last economic and investment cycle is absolutely clear. In order to maintain this positive outlook, the priority for major European cities has to be focused on generating more high-quality, value-added office-based jobs to drive occupier and investment demand for assets.
Read the latest blog posts from President & COO Dylan Taylor, covering topics affecting global markets as well as issues related to local and global economies
We pride ourselves on building and sharing expertise in order to create success for our clients and our people. Our passion for continuously expanding our knowledge base enables us to take a fresh and imaginative approach to everything we do.
The Colliers International guide to investing in the UK, highlights the key elements of the buying process that you will need to know when looking to invest in property.
In our Fall 2016 Knowledge Leader, we delve into the changing nature of work and how new trends are impacting commercial space.
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