Delivering top results
Beth Young, CCIM, LEED AP, is Senior Vice President and specializes in the marketing and sale of healthcare and investment properties for private investors, REITs, health systems and medical operators. In addition, she provides advisory services and lease negotiations.
Senior Vice President
Beth Young is a real estate advisor to health systems, private and institutional investors, and users of medical facilities. She specializes in dispositions, acquisitions, marketing, asset valuation, contract negotiations, and leases of medical and investment properties.
Prior to joining Colliers, Beth was Vice President of the Investment Services Group of the former Grubb & Ellis Company where she specialized in the sale of investment properties including office, medical, retail and industrial buildings, and was a member of the Healthcare Practice Group. From 1996 to 2002, she served as Vice President of Corporate Services for The Staubach Company, now JLL.
Beth has served in numerous executive positions on the Boards of the Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter of CCIM, the National Board of the CCIM Institute, CREW, CoreNet Global, and the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce. In 2002, she was the first female to be elected President of the Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter of CCIM. In 2003, she was presented with the Presidents’ Cup Award, the international award for outstanding achievement and leadership by a chapter president. In 2003 and 2004 she was elected Regional Vice President of CCIM’s Region Four over Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.
Beth is a Director of the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce and has served since 2011. She is the Chamber Liaison with the Texas Medical Center; and has been recognized and presented with many awards including the Chamber’s Volunteer of the Year, President’s Key Supporter Award, the first Role Model Award and the Committee Chair Award. Beth is a Trustee and Assistant Secretary on the Harris County Hospital District Foundation Board and is Chairman of the Small Grants Committee. She has also served on the boards of the American Heart Association and the War Against Drugs. In addition to being an industry speaker at conferences, she regularly writes healthcare property articles that have been published by GlobeSt.com, Knowledge Leader, the Houston Medical Journal, Texas Real Estate Business, REDNews, Commercial Investment Real Estate magazine for the CCIM Institute, CREW White Papers, the Houston Chronicle, and the RCA Report for the National Association of Realtors.
Senior Vice President
Bart Morey earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering from Rice University in Houston. Since earning his graduate degree in 1980, he has worked as a Project Manager on projects across the United States. Bart is unique in that he has worked for both the contractor and the owner on projects throughout his career, thus, resulting in a perspective and skill set that is unparalleled in the industry. During his tenure as a project manager for several elite general contractor, Bart has been directly responsible for approximately 8.5 million square feet of commercial projects totaling more than half a billion. While working on the owner’s side he has directed some $250 million worth of projects encompassing more than 3.4 million square feet.
Bart’s success is based on result-oriented management and supervision. Understanding the design and construction process from the different parties’ perspectives translates into savings in time and money for the end user. Working with owners and tenants has afforded him a truly unique viewpoint of the essential requirements to the project and the ability to translate that vision into quantitative results.
Bart has learned through his career that adherence to certain fundamentals is the key to guaranteeing a smooth design and construction process and expedited close-out. Managing the preconstruction stage of a project requires a comprehensive understanding of the goals at hand.
Close administration and analysis of the bid process is essential to delivering projects On Schedule, Under Budget, and with No Surprises. Consultants need to commit to a timely delivery schedule and their product must meet clearly defined stages of development. Furthermore, Contractors need to have a clear understanding of what is expected of them. Bart has learned that adherence to these fundamentals is the key to a successful project.
We look forward to applying Bart Morey’s project management skills to your advantage.
Client Services Coordinator
Martha Hobby joined Colliers in October 2022 as a Client Services Coordinator in the Houston office supporting advisors specializing in the capital markets sector.
Her role as a Client Services Coordinator includes developing and maintaining a staged marketing program for listing assignments, listing pitches, proposals and agreements, market research, marketing initiatives, online database maintenance, tracking deals, client support and contract administration.
Martha began her career with NAI Carolantic (now NAI Tri Properties) in Raleigh, N.C. before transferring to NAI Global in New York City. While at NAI Global, she was responsible for managing the firm’s marketing content creation and online presence and produces marketing collateral for the NAI Global operations and brokerage teams.
Martha earned a Bachelor of Science in Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Meredith College in Raleigh, N.C.
Chief Marketing Officer
Crissy is passionate about innovation and productivity in the workplace; constantly seeking a better way and helping others succeed are a couple of her daily drivers.
Crissy develops and expands marketing and technology platforms for the Houston office and contributes to the Southwest region.
She started as the marketing specialist at the front desk of a boutique commercial real estate firm in 2007, with her first assignment of building their website. From there learning commercial real estate and bringing the best marketing practices to the CRE realm has been her focus.
In 2010 that boutique firm merged with Colliers' Houston office where Crissy was promoted to marketing director, now chief marketing officer, and has been responsible for the organization's marketing efforts. Crissy designs and conducts in-house training programs to elevate staff knowledge and to enhance new business skills. She organizes and executes company events and recognition programs to support and promote a positive work culture. In January of 2020, she became a principal of the firm.
Some of Crissy's career highlights include being named Colliers U.S. Marketer of the Year, partaking in Fort Bend's Leadership Class program, being recognized as a local Top 40 Under 40, and taking home awards for Best Market Intelligence and Driving Business Efficiencies & Effectiveness.
Crissy earned the Commercial Property Marketing Certification (CPMC) from Colliers University. CPMC is the first and only accreditation for commercial real estate marketing professionals. It offers a professional development path to increase strategic and tactical expertise in marketing/research, knowledge of the industry, and capabilities with commercial real estate tools.
Director, Financial Analytics
Bringing 32 years of experience in commercial real estate, Marilynne joined Colliers in 2018 to provide financial analysis to the company’s leasing and investment sales teams for all types of assets, including the following types of financial analysis:
- lease renewal and relocation comparisons
- mid-term lease renegotiations (“blend and extend”)
- lease buyouts
- sublease disposition/recovery
- build-to-suit vs. design-build
- lease vs. buy
- own vs. sale/leaseback
- landlord net effective rate
- discounted cash flows
Prior to joining Colliers, she specialized in advising companies regarding their financial analysis for commercial real estate requirements or investments for 17 years. Marilynne also has a background in commercial mortgage underwriting/loan originations and commercial real estate appraisal.
- Medical Real Estate Trends Q3-2022
- Who Owns Life Science Real Estate
- The Bad News Good News Situation
- Life Science Real Estate Inventory Growth
- 2022: Healthcare Real Estate Trends in a Pandemic
- A Look at 2021 National and Local MOB Transaction Volume
- What Factors Bring the Highest Prices for Medical Office Buildings?
- How to Sell a Medical Building and Lease It Back
- Physician Office Leases and Investment in Healthcare Real Estate
- Repurposed Buildings: One-Stop Shopping Locations For Patients
- Private Practice vs. Hospital Employee: How Doctors' Decisions Affect Real Estate
- Healthcare in your neighborhood: Now more convenient than ever for patients
- Healthcare Facilities Trends
- Is The Timing Right To Sell Healthcare Properties
- Exclusive Two Part Interview with Beth Young by GlobeSt.com - Institutional and Foreign Investors Enter Health Arena as Healthcare Goes from Opportunistic to Core
- Cap Rates and Other Unanswered Questions About Healthcare Real Estate
Industry News & Reports
It’s no secret the medical office asset class has become the darling of healthcare real estate. Viewed as a safe haven for...
There has a been a swift and widespread digital transformation in healthcare. For example, the Amazon Appstore, currently houses more than...
Each year, Revista updates its size and scope of the U.S. health care real estate sector. We maintain a database of all hospital, medical office (MOB) and other healthcare properties located throughout the continental United States.
Houston’s medical office building (MOB) market posted 531,293 square feet of positive net absorption in the first half of 2022, an increase over the 219,659 square feet recorded in the second half of 2021...
Colliers’ Spring Life Sciences Snapshot compares life science industry performance in markets across the U.S. Our Snapshot analyzes the relative performance...
What is a CCIM & LEED AP?
|A CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) is a recognized expert in the commercial and investment real estateindustry. The CCIM lapel pin is earned after successfully completing a designation process that ensures CCIMs are proficient not only in theory, but also in practice. This elite corps of CCIMs includes brokers, leasing professionals, investment counselors, asset managers, appraisers, corporate real estate executives, property managers, developers, institutional investors, commercial lenders, attorneys, bankers and other allied professionals.|
The LEED Professional Credentials were developed to encourage green building professionals to maintain and advance their knowledge and expertise. A LEED Professional Credential provides employers, policymakers and other stakeholders with assurances of an individual's current level of competence and is the mark of the most qualified, educated and influential green building professionals in the marketplace. All the LEED Professional Credentials require adherence to the LEED Professional Disciplinary and Exam Appeals Policy and require ongoing credential maintenance requirements either through continuing education and practical experience or through biennial retesting. Starting in 2009, newly credentialed individuals must maintain their credential on a two-year cycles. If not, they expire.
Beth Young specializes in selling healthcare investment properties, with a focus on hospitals, surgery centers and medical office buildings for financial institutions, REITS, private investors and medical operators.