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Pete DuFour | Colliers | Minneapolis - Downtown

Pete DuFour

CCIM

Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

With over 20 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, landlords and tenants rely on me for my experience and knowledge of the Twin Cities office market. As a Vice President in the Office Brokerage division at Colliers International | Minneapolis-St. Paul, I am responsible for finding effective solutions to fit tenants’ office needs, as well as helping property owners position their buildings with a competitive edge in the marketplace.  

I began my career in commercial real estate in a property management role in 1993 before entering the leasing field. For the past 12 years in brokerage, I have had the opportunity to represent a wide variety of CBDs and suburban office buildings in the Twin Cities. I have also had the opportunity to represent tenants in helping them to find unique solutions to their real estate challenges.

My many years of experience allow me to access the needs of clients quickly and effectively. I pride myself on my ability to find the best solution. I am detail-oriented and highly analytic, both of which help lead me to be an effective broker.  

Education

Metropolitan State University, B.S. Accounting

Memberships & Involvements

  • MNCAR
  • NAR
  • BOMA

Clients

Adobe, Consortium, H & R Block, Prometric, Parametric Technology, Hair Club for Men, C-III, CWCapital, US Bank, Meritex

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Featured Research

Jan 6, 2023

Minneapolis St Paul Office Market Report Q4 2022

The True Cost of WFH - Declining Building Revenue May Shift Tax Liability to Homeowners
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Nov 1, 2022

Minneapolis St Paul Office Market Report Q3 2022

Since the onset of the pandemic, most employers took a wait-and-see strategy hoping time would yield clarity.
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Jul 15, 2022

Q2 2022 Office Market Report Minneapolis St Paul

Overall, during the second quarter, the market witnessed a decline in demand with the exception of premier Class A space. Newly built, newly renovated or spec suite spaces account for virtually all new leasing. Smaller users still are dominating activity while larger users continue to right size as they renew. Overall the Twin Cities office market saw nearly a half million square feet of negative absorption.
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