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Migena Zace

LEED AP

Manager, Valuation and Advisory Services

License # MRICS, LEED AP

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About

Professional Summary

Migena joined Colliers in January 2008 as Junior Advisor and Valuation Trainee.  She has 13 years work experience in economics, analysis of markets, and real estate valuations.

Migena has successfully accomplished several valuation reports, valuations, and market research reports, most of them prepared for large scale projects in the office, hotel, residential and retail submarkets. She has also worked on several valuation projects in Kosovo. After her first master degree (European Economic Studies) earned in 2008 from the University of Tirana and University of Bamberg, in 2012 she earned a Master’s degree in Real Estate from the University of Reading (England). In 2009, she has received the LEED AP title from the U.S Green Building Council. Since early 2014 she is also a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS).

Accomplishments

Migena has successfully accomplished several feasibility reports, valuations, and market reports, most of them prepared for large scale projects in the office, hotel, residential and retail submarkets. She has also worked on several valuation projects in Kosovo. After her first master degree (European Economic Studies) she is earned her second master degree in Real Estate from the University of Reading ( UK) in 2012. In 2009, she has earned the LEED AP title from the US Green Building Institute.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Hacettepe University in Ankara, Turkey.

Master in European Economic Studies from Bamberg Germany and Tirana University.

Master in Real Estate from College of Estate Management, University of Reading, England.

Memberships & Involvements

Royal Institute of Charterer Surveyors (RICS), Institute of Green Buildings (USA)

Clients

IFC, Raiffeisen Bank, EBRD, Societe Generale,  KESH sh.a. Vodafone, British American Tobacco, Balfin shpk etc

Services

Service Lines

Valuation and Advisory, Research, Capital Markets

Property Type

Land, Retail

Featured Research

13 Sep 2021

ExCEEding Borders: Office Markets & The Business Services Sector in CEE-15

Colliers present the latest report in the ExCEEding Borders series. In this edition, we review the situation in 15 key office markets in the CEE region: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. In the report, we highlight changes in key market indicators such as total office stock, take-up and leasing conditions, vacancy levels, space under construction, including a brief commentary and short-term outlook. The individual office market data from each country is also enriched with concise commentaries and images of modern office projects from across the region. Furthermore, and perhaps more importantly, we provide a high level, but fascinating look at the tremendously successful CEE business services sector. For many countries in the region, business services have become not only one of the leading sources of FDI and one of the biggest employment sectors (now estimated to employ well in excess of 1 million people in the markets covered in this report) but also one of the leading office occupier sub-sectors in the region.
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24 Jun 2021

Market Overview Albania 2020

Albania remains a dynamic real estate market, growing in both the retail and office sectors. The Covid-19 pandemic had a definite impact in the first quarter of 2020, but with the ease of the quarantine restrictions, the real estate market picked up and recorded higher than usual transaction volumes, particularly in the residential sector. The office stock is foreseen to see notable change in the mid-term due to heavy construction activity with downward pressure on prices and new entrance of BPO players that will diversify more the tenant base.
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