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Bob Heard | Colliers | Houston

Bob Heard

Senior Vice President

License # 577541

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About

Professional Summary

Bob is a Senior Vice President within Colliers’ Houston office and a director of Multifamily Investment Properties. Bob brings 15 years of real estate experience specializing in capital markets and multifamily investment sales. Over the course his career, Bob has been involved in all aspects of income-producing properties including the management, syndication, rehabilitation, purchase and sale of multifamily developments. Prior to joining Colliers, Bob was a Vice President within JLL Houston’s Capital Markets Multi-Family Investment Group. Prior to JLL, Bob was a Senior Associate with the multi-family investment sales group at Berkadia. Bob is a Licensed Real Estate Broker with a Series 7 License.

Accomplishments

  • Licensed Real Estate Broker since 2012 
  • Licensed Real Estate Salesman since 2007 
  • Series 7 License since 2005

Education

  • Real Estate Broker’s License, Texas
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Texas

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Services

Skills

Asset Resolution Services, Bank REO

Service Lines

Capital Markets

Property Type

Multifamily

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Featured Research

Aug 9, 2021

Q2 2021 | Houston Multifamily Market Report

The Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX MSA population is 7.2 million which has grown 7.5% over the last five years. The population is forecasted to grow 7.6% between 2020 and 2025. Job growth is...
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May 25, 2021

Q1 2021 | Houston Multifamily Market Report

According to Emsi Labor Analytics, as of 2020 Houston’s regional population has increased by 7.5% since 2015, growing by 500,885. Population is expected to...
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Mar 8, 2021

2020-2021 Houston Economic Outlook

Last January, we predicted steady growth for the Houston economy barring a “black swan” event and mentioned the “new Corona Virus in China” as an example. Little did we know that the virus would end up being the Godzilla of black swan events.
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Featured News

Jul 7, 2021

What is up with construction costs?

The recent surge in construction costs is a concern to anyone in the middle of or about to start a commercial or residential construction project. Increased construction activity and COVID-19 induced supply chain impacts have...
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Jun 2, 2021

Why you may not want to “hold out” for a possible higher sublease rent down the road.

In today’s market, subleases are a common strategy to relieve obligations for any type of space that is no longer used or needed. Unfortunately, in a down market, finding subtenants can be particularly challenging. Often, the focus for occupiers is on what the...
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