Josef Stanko

Josef Stanko

Research Analyst | Czech

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Professional Summary

I've joined Colliers in spring 2019 and I am  currently part of Office Agency team - focusing on Landlord representation. 

I started working in real estate in early 2013  in PSN as an Leasing Consultant for whole office and industrial portfolio. Thanks to vast number of properties, I quickly learned many things about market. Later on, I was offered by PSN to join newly created team at KOTVA Department store, where I worked on both  current & newly developed state.  Later on, I moved to TESCO Czech republic as Mall Leasing Manager - responsible for leasing 5 of their biggest shopping malls in whole CZ. Thanks to this, I've gained an experience in retail leasing. 





Bachelor; Transport logistics (2011 - 2014)

College of Logistics , Prerov, Czech Republic.

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Property Types
Office, Industrial, Multifamily-Apartment, Retail
Featured Research
21 Feb 2020
Brno Offices H2 2019
Brno is still popular amongst IT companies and recent big transactions confirm that. Big players are counting on re-development of old brownfields as Czech second biggest office market keeps growing.
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21 Feb 2020
Prague Offices Q4 2019
Vacancy increased from a historical minimum but is still reported very low. Six new projects were added to stock. Overlooked districts starting to attract developers more and more. Further pipeline and stable takeā€“up promise a stabilization of the market.
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21 Feb 2020
Industrial Market Overview Q4 2019
Landlords remain in a strong negotiating position since there is still a very low overall vacancy. Only a handful of properties can provide the tenants with larger space. With current levels of pre-leases, the Czech Industrial market proves its irreplaceable position.
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