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Matt Baniszewski | Colliers | Phoenix

Matt Baniszewski

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Professional Summary

As a senior associate with Colliers, Matt Baniszewski specializes in landlord and tenant representation for the leasing and sale of office properties. He is a member of the top-producing team of Todd Noel, senior executive vice president; Kyle Campbell, vice president; Michael Marsh, vice president; and Morgan Carden, senior client services specialist.

The team specializes in office and educational properties, leveraging our in-depth knowledge of the market to assist clients in achieving their real estate and business objectives.

Through targeted marketing and canvassing, Matt attracts quality tenants for clients’ properties and sources new listing opportunity for the team. From the initial process of identifying a client’s requirements through final negotiations, he represents his clients’ best interests. Matt's accountability, diligence and pro-active problem-solving ensure transactions move forward in a timely and efficient manner.

Leveraging his research expertise and analytical skills, Matt tracks market conditions, analyzing and interpreting data. He keeps the team and its clients informed about market trends that impact real estate strategies and decisions. Matt's integrity, drive and solutions-based approach are key to delivering results that exceed his clients’ expectations.

He joined Colliers in Arizona in 2018, as a researcher. In this role, Matt monitored tenants-in-the-market activity, assisted in compiling quarterly market reports for each property discipline, and maintained lease and sales comparable databases.

While at university, he served as a commercial real estate intern for CBRE and Lee & Associates in Phoenix, conducting property surveys, touring properties with prospective clients, and compiling industry research.

Accomplishments

  • 2020 – Rookie of the Year by Colliers in Arizona
  • 2020 – #3 Top Team, Arizona
  • 2019 – #1 Top Team, Arizona

Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Marketing and Urban & Regional Development, Eller College of Management, University of Arizona

Memberships & Involvements

  • NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Developing Leaders
  • Colliers | Arizona Leadership Council

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Office

My Team

Featured Research

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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Jan 11, 2021

2020 Q4 Greater Phoenix Office Market Report

Fourth quarter posted 143,434 SF of negative net absorption, marking the first quarter of negative net absorption following 34 consecutive quarters of positive net absorption. Direct vacancy increased to 13%. Investment sales soared to over $570 million late in 2020.
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Oct 12, 2020

2020 Q3 Greater Phoenix Office Market Report

Third quarter brought 109,718 SF of positive net absorption in the Greater Phoenix office market. Direct vacancy settled at 12.7%. Deliveries increased inventory by 448,785 SF. Year-over-year rental rates increased 6.8% to a current average of $27.94 PSF.
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Featured News

Apr 19, 2021

Phoenix office market challenged by pandemic impact

First quarter 2021 brought a significant uptick in office tenant touring and an amplification of business activity to Phoenix, according to Colliers’ office market report. Q1 2021 was the second consecutive quarter of negative net absorption, posting -372,905 square feet during the three months.
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Jan 18, 2021

Pandemic impact felt in Q4 Phoenix office market statistics

Greater Phoenix posted 143,434 SF of negative net absorption during Q4 2020, following 34 consecutive quarters of positive net absorption. Direct vacancy rates increased in Q4 to 13%. Rental rates increased YOY by 3.5% but declined 0.5% during Q4 to $27.67 PSF. Investment sales were more than $570 million in Q4.
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