Executive Vice President
Oliver Tighe leads Colliers valuation team in the National Capital Region. Oliver and his team are responsible for completing commercial appraisal reports and feasibility studies for various commercial property types throughout the National Capital Region (Ottawa / Gatineau) as well as throughout Eastern Ontario. In addition to this Oliver also leads the National Self Storage Practice group which focuses on valuation and consulting for Self Storage all across Canada. Oliver has 15 years experience as a commercial real estate appraiser.
Achieved a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science followed by a Diploma in Urban Land Economics from the UBC Sauder School of Business. In 2010 Oliver achieved the AACI designation.
Oliver is an active member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada and currently serves as an investigator and peer reviewer with the Professional Practice Committee.
B.A. - Political Science, University of Calgary, 2005
Diploma in Urban Land Economics, UBC Sauder School of Business, 2009
Accredited Appraiser, AACI, P. App, Appraisal Insitute of Canada, 2010
Memberships & Involvements
Appraisal Institute of Canada
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Roxanne joined the Ottawa Valuation team in September of 2015 and has since grown her expertise to include a wide variety of asset types such as industrial, land, multi-family, retail, office, self-storage and special use properties. Based in Montreal, Roxanne works with both Ottawa and Montreal teams, with valuation experience in primary, secondary and tertiary markets throughout Ontario & Quebec for a range of clients such as institutional investors, middle-markets and owner-occupiers. Roxanne is able to provide a variety of valuation consulting reports such as appraisals, market rent studies and feasibility studies.
Before Colliers Roxanne was a property manager in Montreal, which exposed her to a number of aspects of the real estate industry. In this role, Roxanne was involved with leasing negotations for residential and commercial tenants, the organization and supervision of building systems and operations, and ensuring that the financial objectives of the company were attained.