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Greg Taylor | Colliers | Halifax

Greg Taylor


Vice President | Managing Director

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À propos

Expériences professionnelles

Greg has been involved in multiple aspects of commercial real estate over the past 15 years. He is part of the top investment brokerage team in Atlantic Canada. The creative and strategic approach the team brings to client engagements has resulted in many successful closings. In addition to his responsibilities in investment sales, Greg is the Vice President of Colliers International (Nova Scotia) Inc., and a shareholder in the company.


Greg's professional experience includes the following:
* Investment sales brokerage
* Office Tenant Representation
* Office Landlord Representation
* Partner in Colliers International (Atlantic) Inc.
* Partner in Leasecom Inc. - predecessor firm to Colliers International (Atlantic) Inc.
* Office leasing representative with major downtown Halifax developer/landlord
* Chief Accountant with major downtown Halifax developer/landlord
* Staff Accountant with a national chartered accounting firm


Nova Scotia Land Survey Institute - Certificate in Cartography
Bachelors of Commerce, Dalhousie University; Major in Accounting

Adhésions & Implications

Nova Scotia Association of Realtors Commercial Committee, Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission, International council of shopping centres, Investment Property Owners of Nova Scotia


Informations du marché

oct. 11, 2022

Halifax Industrial Market Report Q3 2022

Though demand for industrial sites in Halifax remains high, the market slowed down a bit in Q3, due to limited options and alternatives in the market.
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juil. 4, 2022

Halifax Office Market Report Q2 2022

The Halifax office market is anticipated to show further improvement from the hit taken due to the pandemic and the work from home trend adopted during the pandemic.
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juil. 4, 2022

Halifax Industrial Market Report Q2 2022

Industrial vacancy fell to yet another all-time low of 1.8%, a near 130-basis point decrease year-over-year.
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