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Agija Verdina

Director of Advisory Services

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Professional Summary

Working in the industry since 2014. Previous experience working within bank sector with distressed real estate portfolios in Latvia and Lithuania as a real estate analyst. Joined Colliers Latvia Research & Advisory team in 2018.  Currently working as Director of Advisory Services providing services such as highest & best use analysis, feasibility analysis and concept analysis with strong focus on retail & residential sectors.


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2015 - Bachelor degree from Stockholm School of Economics in Riga with specialization in Finance and Marketing.

2018 - Master's degree from Riga Technical University in Construction and Real Estate Management with Real Estate Economist qualification (studies partly undertaken in KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden).

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Research and Advisory Services

Featured Research

7 Mar 2023

2023 Annual Commercial Real Estate Market Overview

We are pleased to introduce our annual overview covering commercial real estate market overview 2022 as well as trends and forecasts 2023, including latest statistics and insights for the Baltic region.
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14 Feb 2023

Colliers Latvia residential sector overview 2022

New apartment pre-sale price has increased by 30% more than a year ago
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11 May 2022

Flexpansion - Flexible Workspace in EMEA | May 2022

Despite an economic and broader real estate market recovery in 2021, notably the second half of the year, new activity by flexible workspace operators remained subdued. Across the 36 EMEA markets monitored, there was a modest net increase in the total flex inventory of 289,900 sqm, down -10.8% on 2020 growth levels.
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Featured News

21 Feb 2023

What is the difference between living in an apartment in a new or old building?

On the one hand we know that its costs significantly more to buy new apartments, on the other hand there is a belief that new apartments cost less to maintain.
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14 Feb 2023

New apartment pre-sale price has increased by 30%, demand has started to decrease

When the war in Ukraine started, the projects delivered to the market in 2022 and the number of new projects that entered construction stage has decreased, indicating that there might be less apartments added to the market in 2023.
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