Chad Biafore

Chad Biafore

Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

Chad joined the Colliers Kelowna office in November 2006 after successfully managing and leasing properties for over 20 years. Chad’s specialty is in the development land division, however he also does Industrial leasing and sales, business and investment.

Accomplishments

•    Briarwood Apartment Buildings

•    Peak Point Multi Family Land

•    Highland Multi Family Land

•    Atlantis Waterslide Park

•    Leon Avenue Development Site

•    Lougheed building

•    KLO Road 10 acre multi-family

Education

After a successful professional hockey career (1993 - 2001) that included the Olympic Games in Nagano, Chad graduated from Okanagan University College (OUC) in Kelowna with a Bachelor in Business Administration.  Upon graduation, Chad was involved in real estate marketing, sales and development at Big White Ski Resort.

Memberships & Involvements

Kelowna Chamber of Commerce, Urban Development Institute, Okanagan University College Society, OMREB

Services

Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Types
Land
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Featured News
May 31, 2019
Success Story J-4 Holdings Ltd
J-4 Holdings Ltd. had enlisted the commercial real estate services of Chad Biafore and Jack Shabbits to dispose of a portfolio of four commercial properties they had owned since the 1970s. The properties were fully leased and offered potential upside to a buyer through increased rents or redevelopment.
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