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William Chui | Colliers | Oakland

William Chui


Research Analyst

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Professional Summary

As a Research Analyst in the Oakland office, I help manage our proprietary market database as well as various outside sources of data in order to develop ongoing market trend analyses for our brokers and clients. In addition, I assist in producing the monthly, quarterly and other specialized reports published by our office.

Having studied economics with a specialty in statistics at UC Davis, my role at Colliers allows me to use my expertise in an industry that is economically dynamic, but also very tangible in its impact.  I get a visceral enjoyment knowing so much about the buildings I pass by everyday. 

My professional relationships at Colliers bring me a lot of satisfaction.  I enjoy collaborating with the brokers on behalf of their clients, and work closely with the Oakland research team and other researchers across the region. 

In addition to my research expertise and requisite tech capabilities, I am fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.  Prior to joining Colliers, I worked for a tech start-up as a data analyst and became proficient in several important database programs.

In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, watching movies, and playing sports, especially running, badminton, and basketball.


Bachelor of Arts - Economics, University of California, Davis

Memberships & Involvements

Association of East Bay Research Analyst (AEBRA), UC Davis Alumni Association


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Oakland Industrial Market Research Report Q4 2022

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Oakland Office Market Research Report Q4 2022

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Oakland Industrial Market Research Report Q3 2022

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