Marco DiPaolo

Executive Vice President | Personal Real Estate Corporation

Greater Vancouver Area
200 Granville Street, 19th Floor
Vancouver, BC V6C 2R6
+1 604 661 0838
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Professional Summary


Marco has 20 years of experience with Colliers, working primarily with the users of real estate. His unbiased and creative approach emphasizes strategic real estate planning based on the corporate objectives and business needs of his clients. In his early career Marco’s focus was on the representation of owners and landlords, which enabled him to obtain an intimate understanding of different types of ownership structures, each of which requires a unique negotiating strategy. This experience, combined with his extensive market knowledge, enhances Marco`s ability to advise his clients and achieve favourable outcomes on lease negotiations and dispositions.

Accomplishments

Marco has a proven track record, strong reputation in the business community, and respected relationships with owners and influential users of real estate in Vancouver. His commitment to exceeding expectations and the delivery of innovative services has resulted in Marco receiving the following awards:

  • Colliers International Award of Excellence (IAE) (an award granted to the top performing agents across Colliers offices worldwide)
  • Outstanding Achievement in the Vancouver Marketplace
  • Top Producer Vancouver
  • Top Professional North America

Marco has also been nominated for the President’s Award for significant contributions towards leadership, community involvement, knowledge, and service excellence.


Service Lines

Brokerage: Tenant Representation, Corporate Solutions

Property Type

Office

Memberships and Affiliations

Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board, British Columbia Technology Industry Association, Vancouver Enterprise Forum, National Association of Industrial & Office Properties - Principal Member, Building Owners & Management Association

Languages Spoken

English

Year Started

1993

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