Waterloo Region

Waterloo Region Commercial Real Estate Services

Colliers International in Waterloo Region

Colliers Waterloo Region has more than 20 years of experience working with the residents of Waterloo Region. Partnering with some of our area’s most visionary citizens, we facilitate change for those who help shape our urban landscape. Our clients prove to us everyday that being exceptional at what you do is the quickest way to accelerate success. We take this idea to heart and apply it to everything we do. Our team places a high value on seeking and sharing uncommon knowledge, on approaching each transaction with a fresh and creative perspective, as well as helping our professionals lead the pack in their respective fields of expertise.

When working with a Colliers Waterloo Region professional, you will find that your business needs are met with respect, professionalism and dedication. Whether leasing, selling or purchasing real estate, we approach every project as if it were our own — and it shows.


Our Services

  • Tenant representation
  • Landlord representation
  • Investment services
  • Market research and analysis
  • Lease auditing
  • Design/build consultation
  • Lease re-negotiations
  • Space expansion/consolidation
  • Business unit analysis and workplace design
  • Location analysis, supplier and employee mapping
  • Branding, marketing and public relations

Colliers Waterloo Region provides commercial real estate services to the cities of Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, Brantford and surrounds. Whether your needs include leasing, investment sales, property management, corporate services or valuation, we add value through our specialization, service excellence and local flexibility within a global platform.



Latest News and Research

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