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Emeka Mayes

Partner, Head of Capital Markets Brokerage

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Professional Summary

Emeka Mayes joined Colliers in September 2021 as Partner Head of Capital Markets, Brokerage with over 20 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry.

Before joining Colliers, Emeka worked for more than 10 years at a leading REIT as Vice President, Investments, where she was responsible for sourcing, negotiating, and closing all acquisitions, dispositions, and joint venture relationships. Emeka has also worked in the United States with one of the largest mortgage banking firms in the US. Emeka holds a Master of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley. 

Featured Research

Feb 8, 2022

North America Market Snapshot Q4 2021

Total investment sales volume in 2021 capped at an impressive CAD$33.5 billion, as assets traded for total of CAD$9.2 billion during the fourth quarter. A significant portion of Canadian transactions were driven by foreign interest, particularly from U.S. Investors.
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Dec 8, 2021

2022 Global Investor Outlook Report

Our Global Investor Outlook report explores investor sentiment, how they intend to deploy capital, and forces that will shape global real estate market in 2022.
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Nov 16, 2021

North America Market Snapshot Q3 2021

Investment activity is roaring back to life in Canada. With an impressive CAD$10.1 billion in sales volume, Q3 delivered one of the strongest totals on record. However, unlike past CAD$10 billion-plus sales quarters, volume wasn’t driven by entity-level deals or massive portfolios.
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Featured News

May 3, 2022

Class A Multifamily Development Joint Venture

Arranged Joint Ventures investments for two Class A multifamily development projects in Toronto, ON, to both develop the assets and hold them long-term post completion
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Feb 28, 2022

Colliers Talks: Mentorship, Intentionality & Creating an Even Playing Field

Taking a closer look at this year's Black History Month theme: February is Forever, Emeka Mayes, Muriel Thompson, and Brian Rosen discuss progressive ways to support our Black professionals beyond the month of February.
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