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Mike Pena

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Professional Summary

Mike is a USMC veteran with over 25 years of professional sales experience and has been involved in over $450 million  in sales transactions in seven different countries throughout his career. He has lived in Idaho for over 20 years with his wife and three children. Mike enjoys cross fit, rucking and fly fishing.

Mike joined the Colliers team in 2008 and specializes in retail, investment, industrial, multifamily and land transactions. Mike has a broad knowledge base in commercial real estate including site selection, valuation, entitlement process, Industrial, Investments, and Retail (over 150,000 square feet of listings).


2022 Crexi Platinum Broker Winner

Memberships & Involvements

-       Board Member, Nampa Chamber of Commerce
-       Board of Directors, Saint Alphonsus Medical Center, Nampa
-       Chairman, Nampa Chamber Business Council 
-       Member, Caldwell Chamber of Commerce
-       Former Middleton Rural Fire District Commissioner (elected office)
-       Volunteer with Project Healing Waters a program encouraging the rehabilitation of war veterans through fly fishing.



Bank REO, Investment Properties, Mixed-Use Properties, Portfolios, Residential Development Sales, Warehouses

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Healthcare-Medical, Industrial, Land, Multifamily, Office, Retail

My Team

Featured Research

Aug 7, 2019

2019 Canyon County Multifamily Market Study

In this study, we focus our attention on apartment buildings in Canyon County. We sourced much of the information through the City of Nampa, Caldwell, Canyon County and CoStar™.
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Featured News

May 17, 2021

Colliers Office in Nampa Completes a Trophy Land Transfer

Colliers announces completion of a 39± acre land transfer in Meridian, Idaho
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Mar 24, 2021

Mike Peña Brings Added Insight to the Squeeze on Industrial Land in Caldwell, ID

“The lifeblood of an economy is industrial, in my opinion,” Peña said. “You look at warehousing, manufacturing and our small contractors. When we have those low vacancy rates, that means all those businesses are doing strong, which typically in most cases says that you have a healthy economy.”
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