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Madeline Buijs | Colliers | Amsterdam

Madeline Buijs

Head of Research & Economy

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Professional Summary

Madeline has been Chief Economist and Head of Research at Colliers since January 2022. Madeline heads the research team that researches the various asset types and trends in the real estate sector.  Important topics are the social relevance of the real estate market, sustainability and the use of data. Developments in the housing market have her special attention.

Before that, Madeline worked as a senior sector economist for the construction and real estate sector at ABN AMRO, where she formulated ABN AMRO's vision for the economic developments in these two sectors over the past 9 years. She did this by writing publications, giving presentations and media appearances. Before ABN AMRO, Madeline worked as an economist and project leader at the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM).

Education

Utrecht University - Msc Economics - Microeconomics and Business Management

University of Amsterdam - Msc Political Science - Political Theory and Political Behaviour

Services

Service Lines

Research

Property Type

Residential

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Featured Research

14 Jun 2022

Although construction costs pose a threat, it also pioneers new opportunities

High construction costs are a serious problem for the built environment, impacting the enormous housing shortage and sustainability goals. Even so, it poses an opportunity to do things differently.
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24 May 2022

Few on-demand delivery services in nuisance-prone areas

Only one in ten hubs are located in residential streets. The rest is in areas where shops and businesses are already located.
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23 Mar 2022

EU compels investors to take action to increase sustainability

New European Union legislation compels real estate investors to provide full transparency when it comes to the sustainability of their funds. Moreover, the bar is set higher than under the previously applicable Dutch regulations.
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