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Deborah Bryant-Pearson | Colliers | Bristol

Deborah Bryant-Pearson

B.Sc (Hons)

Associate Director

Valuation and Advisory Services

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About

Professional Summary

I started my career at JLL and upon qualification I worked within the Industrial and Logistics Team, becoming the Trade Counter specialist for the south west.  I then  transferred to the Student Housing Valuation Team where my role included valuing exisiting schemes as well as development schemes across the UK and Ireland. 

In 2020, I moved to Avison Young to the commercial valuation team where I specalised in undertaking local authority annual asset valuations.

In August 2020 I joined Colliers in the Valuation team in Bristol as an Associate Director, working alongside Gemma Daly-Gunn.  

My experience has lead me to relish the challenge of valuing complex properties or scenarios, seeking the best  solution to determine value.  I undertake a range of valuation work from secured lending and accounts valuations, to providing Local Authority annual asset valuations using DRC metholodgy where required, and valuing assets on a cash flow basis.  Whilst I undertake valuation of core commercial assets, I have a particular interest in residential investment asset valuation, be it PBSA, HMOs, PRS or BtR.

Accomplishments

Qualified MRICS in 2016.

Chairman of Bristol & West Country RICS Matrics 2019-Present.

 

Education

Royal Agricultural University - Property Agency and Marketing BSc (Hons).

Memberships & Involvements

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors,  Bristol Property Inclusion Charter

Services

Service Lines

Valuation & Advisory Services

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