Matt Smith

Vice President | Industrial | Personal Real Estate Corporation

Greater Vancouver Area
200 Granville Street, 19th Floor
Vancouver, BC V6C 2R6
+1 604 661 0835
+1 604 992 2438
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Professional Summary

Matt is the most active broker in the Vancouver and North Shore markets with over $300,000,000 sold in industrial and investment properties. iIn 2016 and 2017 Matt achieved "Top 6 Under 6" recognizing the top six producing real estate brokers in Canada with under six years in the brokerage business, earning him the title of Vice President at Colliers. These accomplishments highlight Matt’s in depth understanding of real estate trends from both the owner and purchaser perspective. His knowledge of area plans and zoning specifications have earned him a trusted reputation with property owners. Through these relationships, Matt is able to provide prospective purchasers with off market opportunities that other real estate agents are not aware about. Matt is known for truly understanding his clients business and being the undisputed knowledge-leader in the Vancouver and North Vancouver market.

Accomplishments

- 2016 Top 6 Brokers Under 6 years in the brokerage business throughout Canada

- 2017 Top 6 Brokers Under 6 years in the brokerage business throughout Canada

- 2017 "Everest Club" in recognition of being in the top 10% of producers in North America

- Sold over $300,000,000 of industrial and investment properties


Education

EDHEC Business School, Nice, France - International Business

University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia - Bachelor of Commerce

Service Lines

Brokerage: Landlord Representation, Brokerage: Tenant Representation, Capital Markets and Investment Sales, Lease Advisory

Property Type

Industrial and Logistics, Land, Office, Residential / Multi-Family

Accreditations

B.Comm

Memberships and Affiliations

NAIOP, UDI

Languages Spoken

English, French

Year Started

2010

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