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RC Jensen

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About

Professional Summary

RC Jensen joined Colliers International in March 2020 as Vice President in the Office Services Team. RC has been in commercial real estate since 2010 and has been involved in a wide variety of transactions over his tenure.  He is a creative problem solver and is always willing to go above and beyond on behalf of his clients. 

RC is specializing in office brokerage services including listings for sale and/or lease, tenant representation, buyer representation, and investment transactions throughout the Kansas City Metro.

Prior to joining Colliers, RC spent almost 10 years at Reece Commercial Real Estate where he was involved in a significant number of transactions and was consistently one of the top producers in the office.

Accomplishments

Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM)
Costar Power Broker Award Recipient
Licensed Real Estate Agent in Kansas and Missouri

Education

RC attended Kansas State University where he received a Bachelor of Science in Business Management with minors in Economics and Spanish.  
 

Memberships & Involvements

Special Olympics
Kansas City Pet Project
ACG Next Kansas City
 

Featured Research

Jan 19, 2022

Kansas City-Lawrence 2022 Commercial Real Estate Forecast Report

Looking back on 2021, the resilience of our city is to be commended. Despite ongoing challenges facing the local economy, industry and people, the last year has shown the strength of our community.
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Oct 25, 2021

3rd Quarter 2021 Office Trends | Kansas City

The Kansas City market has been challenged by the pandemic’s weakening effect on office fundamentals, but optimism is growing related to the office sector.
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May 24, 2021

1st Quarter 2021 Office Trends | Kansas City

During Q3, the Kansas City metro experienced an anomaly with the recent delivery of phases three and four within Cerner Innovations Campus, totaling 777,000 square feet. By Colliers data collection standards, the building completions were counted as positive absorption based on delivery and intent to occupy, despite Cerner employees currently working remotely as a result of the pandemic.
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