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Kyle Campbell | Colliers | Phoenix

Kyle Campbell

Vice President

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Professional Summary

As a vice president with Colliers, Kyle Campbell specializes in the sale and leasing of education and office properties across metro Phoenix and nationally. Kyle has in-depth knowledge of education-based real estate and serves as a director of Colliers’ Education Services Group, the leading advisory group dedicated to the education industry.

He is also a member of the top-producing office and education team of Todd Noel, senior executive vice president; Michael Marsh, associate vice president; Matt Baniszewski, senior associate; and Morgan Carden, senior client services specialist.

Kyle works closely with clients to understand and evaluate their short- and long-term objectives. Leveraging his knowledge of the office and educational property markets, Kyle positions properties to increase liquidity and maximize value. Through a multi-disciplined approach, Kyle aligns marketing strategies with his clients’ business goals to deliver optimal results.

He brings tremendous value to clients through a comprehensive platform of services, including strategic marketing, acquisition and disposition, new and renewal lease negotiations, lease restructuring, occupancy cost reduction, and coordinating construction and tenant improvements. Through in-depth research of demographic and GIS trends, Kyle provides expert site selection services to clients and team members.

Kyle joined Colliers in 2013, as a research associate for Greater Phoenix. In this role, he monitored tenant activity, maintained an extensive lease and sale comparable database, compiled quarterly office market reports, and assisted brokerage professionals with market presentations.

During his time in research, Kyle gained extensive market knowledge and analytical skills. By the fall of 2014, he had sharpened those skills and transitioned to a broker position with Colliers.

Kyle is actively involved with Brokers for Kids, a year-long fundraising drive to benefit Boys Hope Girls Hope, an organization that provides scholarship to underprivileged kids to ensure a good education.

Accomplishments

  • 2020 - #15 Top Producer, Arizona
  • 2020 - #3 Top Team, Arizona
  • 2019 - NAIOP Arizona Emerging Broker of the Year
  • 2019 & 2018 - #1 Top Team, Arizona
  • 2017, 2016, 2015 - #2 Top Team, Arizona
  • 2016 - Named the David L. Hallstrom Rookie of the Year by Colliers | Arzona
  • 2016 - Promoted to Senior Associate
  • 2014 - #1 Office Team and #3 Top Team, Arizona

Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Business, WP Carey School of Business, Arizona State University
  • Completed the following courses through Colliers University:
    • Colliers in 50 Words or Less
    • 30 Seconds to Introduce Yourself
    • Cold Calling Strategies for Top Brokers
    • Facilitator Guide: Getting to Decision Makes
    • Fundamentals of Commercial Leases
    • Getting to the Decision Maker

Memberships & Involvements

  • Education Services Group | Colliers
  • NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Developing Leaders
  • Colliers NextGen Committee
  • Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC)
  • Brokers for Kids

Services

Service Lines

Tenant Representation, Landlord Representation, Capital Markets

Property Type

Office

Specializations

Education Services Group

My Team

Featured Research

Oct 15, 2021

2021 Q3 Greater Phoenix Office Market Report

Investment sales of office properties were the darling of Q3 2021, posting the second highest quarter of total volume in the past three years at $858 million.
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Jul 20, 2021

2021 Q2 Greater Phoenix Office Market Report

The Greater Phoenix office market ended Q2 2021 posting 76,690 SF of positive net absorption. Direct vacancy increased 20 bps quarter-over-quarter and 150 bps YOY to end the second quarter at 14.0%.
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Apr 14, 2021

2021 Q1 Greater Phoenix Office Market Report

Phoenix office market ended Q1 2021 posting -372,905 SF of net absorption, marking the second consecutive quarter of more than 100,000 SF of negative absorption. Direct vacancy increased 80 bps quarter-over-quarter and 150 bps year-over-year to finish first quarter at 13.8 percent.
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Featured News

Dec 14, 2021

Mesa College property bought by Nevada investor

Colliers in Arizona negotiated and managed the sale transaction
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Oct 21, 2021

Office investment sales rally despite negative net absorption in third quarter

The Greater Phoenix office market posted sizable negative net absorption during third quarter. The market also benefited from dynamic investment sales and an uptick in rental rates.
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