March 10 Speaker: Melissa Molyneaux
Commercial Real Estate Forecast
Colliers International is a leader in global real estate offering comprehensive services to investors, property owners, tenants and developers around the world. Colliers is located in 62 countries with 482 offices encompassing over 13,500 people.
Each year since 1999 the Colliers Team has presented an Annual Commercial Real Estate Recap and Forecast to sum up the trends seen in the previous year and help predict what could transpire in the coming year giving their clients an upper hand in decision making. This year’s presentation will be in the form of Commercial Real Estate Jeopardy.
Tim Ruffin, SIOR, the office’s Managing Director and Executive Vice President will play Alex Trebek, along with three knowledgeable professionals as the contestants: our Club’s own, Melissa Molyneaux, who specializes in office properties, Rick Casazza who is a retail property specialist and the newest member of the Colliers Team, Jason Rothe, who will be covering industrial properties.
Melissa has been with Colliers since 2005 and has been president of the local Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Chapter and holds the prestigious CCIM designation. She is a proud graduate of UNR and was named their outstanding Young Alumni in 2009. Rick has over 30 years of experience in the shopping center industry. He and his partner Roxanne Stevenson are the most tenured retail brokers in the market. Jason joins Colliers from Seattle Washington where he comes from a family of commercial real estate brokers and owners.
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