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John Obeid | Colliers | Parsippany

John Obeid

Senior Director, Tri-State Suburban, Research

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Professional Summary

John Obeid leads the research operation for the NJ office of Colliers International as Senior Director of Research.  With more than 8 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, John’s research expertise spans across multiple business lines, including office, industrial and retail.

John joined Colliers International in 2014 and is primarily focused on creating a business development strategy in research with a concentration on analytics and output. He is responsible for monthly and quarterly market reports, quarterly market reports and overall maintenance of the company’s research databases. He also coordinates with all of Colliers’ business lines to extract appropriate market data to conduct asset-level analysis for Colliers’ clients. Prior to joining Colliers John led the New Jersey research department at CBRE.

Accomplishments

John uses his experience to advise brokers on current market trends and helps enable them to deliver the best results for their clients.

Education

Bachelor of Science- Marketing Management/Economics- St. Peter's University, Jersey City

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Featured Research

Apr 16, 2021

New Jersey Industrial Market Report Q1 2021

Over the past year, COVID-19 had a profound impact on New Jersey’s Industrial market. Social distancing mandates has accelerated the shift toward online shopping, a trend that will likely stick and be a permanent part of consumer buying habits. This has increased demand for both distribution and cold storage space as online grocery shopping persists. As such, industrial demand has been boosted by the e-commerce and logistics industry, increasing the shortage of an already limited supply of big-box warehouses.
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Apr 16, 2021

New Jersey Office Market Report Q1 2021

As we pass the one-year anniversary of COVID-19 related shutdowns in New Jersey, the impact the pandemic had was clear. Large blocks of sublease space continued to return to the market as many office employees continue to work from home. Leasing activity was driven by renewals, as tenants delay significant real estate moves, while reassessing space needs. Businesses and landlords are eager to put the pandemic in their rearview mirror, and there is some hope that with a vaccine, the market will make a turnaround during the second half of 2021.
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Jan 11, 2021

New Jersey Retail Market Report 2H 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to significantly impact New Jersey’s retail sector, with the retail trade and leisure and hospitality industries experiencing many of the job losses since the onset of the pandemic.
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Featured News

Apr 10, 2018

N.J. Industrial Leasing Climbs in Q1 2018, Office Activity Mixed

Colliers' first quarter market snapshots show that industrial leasing is 9 percent higher than 5 year average and office leasing is a mixed bag.
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Jan 9, 2018

NJ industrial leasing surges in fourth quarter

GlobeSt.com reports on Colliers' analysis of the New Jersey industrial market as of year-end 2017.
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