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Thomas Farkas



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Professional Summary

After graduating from Durham University in 2009 with a BA (Hons) degree in Geography, Tom went on to complete a Postgraduate Masters in Real Estate at London South Bank University obtaining a Merit. Following his studies, Tom joined Altus Edwin Hill's West End Rating team in 2010 where he undertook a range of property referencing work. In October 2010, Tom joined Colliers International as a member of the Central London Division.

In May 2013 Tom became a Member of the RICS and subsequently joined the Colliers National Investment Team in January 2014.  Tom now focuses much of his work on South East offices.


Tom acted on behalf of a London landed estate in their professional matters, dealing with a large portfolio of prime Central London office properties. Tom successfully acted in a range of rent reviews, lease renewals and lease regears.

Tom has been involved in a range of investment acquisitions and disposals in UK Capital Markets with a focus on the South East offices.



Durham University BA (Hons) - Geography

London South Bank University MSc (Merit) - Real Estate

Memberships & Involvements

MRICS - Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors


Service Lines

National Capital Markets

Property Type


Featured Research

24 May 2022

South East Offices Snapshot May 2022

Our South East Offices snapshot includes insights from Q1 2022.
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3 Feb 2022

South East Offices Snapshot Q4 2021

Annual transactions showed a significant improvement year-on-year.
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9 May 2019

South East Offices Snapshot Q1 2019

Q1 2019 continued on a positive note from Q4 2018, with take-up levels at 806,179 sq ft.
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Featured News

6 Apr 2020

Colliers International secures sale for LGIM on £32.9 million Bracknell office

Honeywell House sold to Runnymede Borough Council.
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