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Scott Repie

Senior Associate

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Professional Summary

Scott Repie is a Senior Associate with Colliers International | Cleveland-Akron, specializing in all aspects of Commercial Real Estate Investment Sales. As an expert with over 16 years of experience serving a diverse client base representing both tenants and landlords throughout Northeast Ohio, his clients have come to rely on his ability to find the right buyer or property for the transaction. Scott’s process of valuation, preparation, marketing and negotiation ensures clients have a positive, smooth experience. He finds the right investment property that fits the risk tolerance, timeline and budget needs. His extensive market knowledge of investments and Northeast Ohio enables him to work with other Colliers International associates across the country to bring new investors to the area. 

Accomplishments

Prior to working in the commercial real estate industry, Scott was a financial advisor for 14 years in the Charleston, South Carolina and Akron, Ohio. He often falls back on that financial knowledge in walking clients through the transaction process.

Education

Malone University, B.A.,Business Management

Memberships & Involvements

Scott Repie is active in Colliers International’s quarterly volunteer service projects known as Building Up Communities. Various organizations that have benefited from past company service include:
• Coats For Kids
• Habitat for Humanity ReStores
• Cleveland’s Children Museum
• Cleveland Food Bank

Serves as an Ambassador for Lifebanc as an organ recipient.

Serves as a member of the Board of Advisors and Alumni Association, Chapter Advisor and Business MAnager for the Iota Pi chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Kent State University.

Member of the Greater Akron Chamber of Commerce.

Member of the Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce.

Testimonials

“Scott has facilitated several successful purchases, sale and lease transactions for my company over the years. His in-depth knowledge of the region and vast network of resources is reliable assurance we've made the right choice in brokering with him. He is a true professional and I'm always confident in having him represent our company's best interests.”

Chuck Snyder
Vice-President and General Manager
Summit Plastics Company

Featured Research

May 10, 2022

2022 Q1 Industrial Cleveland Report Colliers

The Cleveland/Akron industrial market is seeing levels of high demand and compressing supply.
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May 2, 2022

2022 Q1 Office Akron Report Colliers

• The Akron office market recorded its second consecutive quarter of positive net absorption during Q1, which totaled 43,020 SF, but it is unclear if positive absorption will sustain. • Vacancy increased by 10 basis points (bps) to 13.9% year-over-year.
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Jan 26, 2022

2021 Q4 Cleveland Industrial Market Report

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Featured News

Aug 12, 2019

Colliers International opens office to serve Akron

It took some time, but Colliers International now has a Summit County real estate office dedicated to serving Akron and the surrounding area. Brian Hurtuk, managing director of the firm's Cleveland office, also will oversee the Akron operations. He said he's been working for more than two years to hire the people he needed in order to justify a physical presence in town. He recently made his fourth and fifth hires for the office.
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May 31, 2019

The Most Powerful Brokerage Firms of 2019

Despite the uncertainty that surrounds capital markets and ongoing conversations about a looming recession, commercial real estate transaction volume remained stable—respondent transaction volume increased from last year’s $755 billion to $811 billion in 2018. In March, the Federal Reserve Board announced no rate hikes this year, a sharp contrast from its December projection of two 2019 upticks. This dovish approach could boost sales for the remainder of 2019, as commercial real estate continues to be an attractive capital magnet.
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