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Paul Nelisse | Colliers | Amsterdam

Paul Nelisse


Director Valuations

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Professional Summary

Paul has both practical and academic expertise in the field of groundleasing. Furthermore he has extensive experience with the valuation of residential and commercial property in The Netherlands. As an associate director he is responsible for several managerial tasks, such as maintaining the in-house database with market evidence. 

Paul started his career in 1991 and worked at Syntrus Achmea, Aberdeen Property Investors, Bouwinvest and ROZ/IPD before joining Colliers in 2007. His experience includes research, investment analysis and portfolio management.


Valuations of several residential, offices and industrial portfolios for (inter)national clients. Expert valuations concerning market rent adjustments and sale purposes. Advisory on ground lease agreements and redevelopment projects.


PhD in economics, thesis on urban ground leasing in The Netherlands

Memberships & Involvements

I am a fellow of the Royal Institute of Charted Surveyors (FRICS) and a registered commercial real estate valuator in the so called Vastgoedcert register (RT). Additionally, I have served as board member of RICS Nederland, I am a lecturer in Real Estate Valuation at TiasNimbas and I frequently publish articles on valuation related issues.


Institutional Investors (i.e. Syntrus Achmea, Vesteda), housing corporations (i.e. Mitros, De Alliantie, Ymere), municipalities and banks.


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