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Celil Yuce | Colliers | Istanbul

Celil Yuce

Senior Consultant

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About

Professional Summary

Celil joined Colliers International Turkey as an intern in 2013. In 2015, he joined the Valuation & Advisory Department as a junior consultant. He currently works as a senior consultant in the Valuation & Advisory department.

Since joining Colliers, Celil has been responsible for preparing valuation, feasibility, highest and best use analysis, and market research reports in various regions. He has worked in projects of different segments such as office, hotel, retail, industrial and residential.

Celil graduated from Marmara University, with a BA in Business Administration. He specialized in Finance with a focus on economic and financial analysis of projects, investment management and financial markets. In addition, he started his law education in 2020 to have in-depth knowledge in the real estate law and to strengthen his capability in the legislation of real estate sector.


 

Accomplishments

Property Valuation/ Appraisal,
Real Estate Market Analysis

Education

Celil graduated from Marmara University, with a BA in Business Administration.

In addition, he started his law education in 2020 to have in-depth knowledge in the real estate law and to strengthen his capability in the legislation of real estate sector.

Services

Service Lines

Valuation and Advisory

Property Type

Hotel, Office, Industrial, Land, Residential, Retail

Featured Research

27 Jul 2022

Turkey Real Estate Review / 2022 First Half

The Istanbul Finance Center project is expected to be completed in 2022. The approximately 703,000m² of office stock to be added to the existing stock will consequently boost vacancy rates in the region. However, after the relocation of financial institutions required by the project, we expect fresh relocations to this area to become a more prominent factor. 2022 might be early for this expected shift, but we believe that vacancy rates in the Kozyatağı/Ataşehir region will begin to fall in 2023 and 2024.
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2 Feb 2022

Turkey Real Estate Review / 2021 Second Half

While Turkey joined other states in sustaining heavy economic losses during the first phase of the pandemic, its subsequent rapid recovery has distinguished it from comparable countries. The chain volume index shows the Turkish economy grew by an annual rate of 7.4% in the third quarter of 2021.
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28 Jul 2021

Turkey Real Estate Review / 2021 First Half

Compared to the pre-COVID-19 period, with the measures taken, the average staff density in offices is around 25%. While this situation caused an increase in vacancy rates in the second half of 2020, the rise in vacancy rates lost acceleration in the first half of 2021. In the first half of 2021
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