Damla Erdem Ozis | Colliers International | Istanbul

Damla Erdem Ozis

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Professional Summary

Damla joined Colliers International Turkey’s Advisory Department in 2010. Since joining Colliers, Damla has conducted valuation, financial feasibility, highest and best use and market research studies in every asset class in various locations.​ She is a certified Capital Markets Boards of Turkey appraiser.


Financial Feasibility Analysis,
Highest and Best Use Analysis for Real Estate Projects,
Property Valuation/ Appraisal,


Damla completed double major during her study in Istanbul Technical University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree on Urban and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture. Following her graduation Damla pursued graduate studies at the Istanbul Technical University, where she obtained her MA in Real Estate Development.

Memberships & Involvements

Urban Land Institute (ULI)


Torunlar REIT, Groupama Insurance, Estee Lauder, Seba Construction, Sandoz, Kale Real Estate, Hasoğlu Yapı, Emay Construction, Metro Properties,  Schneider Electric


Service Lines
Valuation and Advisory, Research
Featured Research
28 Jul 2020
Turkey Real Estate Review / 2020 First Half
The “Tenants’ Market” continues to prevail in the Istanbul Office Market under the ongoing impact of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic to Turkey starting from the beginning of March.
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25 Jul 2019
Turkey Real Estate Review / 2019 First Half
Average rents in TL terms for Class A offices in Istanbul’s office regions will continue to rise, and vacancy rates will continue to decline, through to the end of 2019.
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8 Mar 2019
Turkey Real Estate Review / 2018 Second Half
Under the terms of Notification No. 32 relating to the Law for the Protection of the Turkish Currency, most property owners have now begun to declare their list prices in Turkish Lira. The rise in TL office rents seen in 2017 was maintained through to the end of 2018. The average rent for Class A buildings in Istanbul overall came in at 100TL/m²/month in the last quarter of 2018. While rents rose in TL, they fell in USD terms due to the devaluation of the Turkish Lira against the US Dollar.
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