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Leo Lee

BProp, B.Comm, MRICS

Director, National Research Operations | Canada

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Professional Summary

Leo Lee is the Director of National Research Operations | Canada and oversees the strategic direction and operations of Colliers Canada Research. He focuses on developing the capabilities of the national research team that leverages Colliers' best-in-class market intelligence and platforms to provide clients with valuable market insights.

Leo joined Colliers International in 2008 and was most recently the Regional Director of Research for Eastern Canada.

He has over 10 years of experience in the real estate market across Canada and New Zealand and draws on his professional experience as a commercial appraiser and real estate consultant.

Education

Bachelor of Property & Bachelor of Commerce (Conjoint), University of Auckland

Memberships & Involvements

Registered Valuer (NZVRB), MRICS, MPINZ

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Featured Research

Apr 27, 2022

Mid Island 2021 Multifamily Report

The Nanaimo and Mid Island Multifamily market have a highly active year in 2021. This was a result of high demand, stable returns, and low interest rates. All these factors combined created a highly competitive market.
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Apr 27, 2022

Winnipeg Office Market Report Q1 2022

With COVID restrictions easing across Manitoba, businesses continue to prioritize their spatial requirement decisions that have been on pause through the pandemic.
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Apr 26, 2022

Waterloo Office Market Report Q1 2022

The first quarter of 2022 was characterized by negative absorption, a low transaction level, and paradoxically higher rental rates.
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Featured News

Feb 16, 2022

What Would a Potential Retail Reset Look Like in 2022?

In November 2021, Canadian retail sales totaled $58.1 billion, an increase of 4.4% YoY
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Dec 2, 2021

The Future of Retail Sales

Statistics Canada released their latest sales numbers, showing that quarterly sales were up 2.7% in the Q3 2021, exhibiting the largest increase since Q3 2020.
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