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Sara Bindo

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Professional Summary

Sara Bindo joined Colliers Italia in 2017, initially as Research Analyst in the Research Department, participating in numerous projects on the Rome office market and the hotel asset class.

From 2018 onwards, she joined the Hotels & Leisure team at Colliers Rome office. Her expertise predominantly focuses on the Hospitality sector, and in the area of Advisory in particular.

Before embarking on her professional career in real estate, she obtained a PhD in Planning at Rome’s Sapienza University and subsequently specialised further with a Master’s Degree in Real Estate Management from the Milan Polytechnic.



She has strong analytical and problem solving skills, and ability to process and analyze data, thanks to her accademic and professional experiences.




2017 - Master Degree in Real Estate Management - Politecnico di Milano

2016 - Master Degree in Administration and Regional Government - LUISS Guido Carli

2015 - PhD Urban and Regional Planning - Sapienza Università di Roma

2012 - Master Degree in Urban and Regional Planning (Urban Studies Curriculum) - Universidad Politecnica de Madrid

2009 - Master Degree in Architecture and Urban Planning - Università degli Studi RomaTre


Service Lines

Investment Services / Capital Markets, Research & Marketing, Valuation

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