Anthony DeMarco | Colliers International | Cleveland

Anthony DeMarco

Vice President

License # SAL.2018004988

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Professional Summary

I was extended the opportunity to join forces and work alongside Sr. Vice President Gary Cooper and the Colliers International  Capital Markets team in October 2018. In my new role, I will specialize in Capital Market Investment sales throughout the Greater Cleveland and Akron markets. My primary concentration will be on Multifamily assets with a minimum of 12 to 100 units. My knowledge of the Cleveland-Akron market will assist in providing my clients the proper representation in order to make sound financial decisions pertaining to acquisition and disposition of multifamily commercial real estate assets.

My prior experience in mortgage banking has allowed me to gain an in depth understanding of the intricacies within the real estate industry. As a Director of Mortgage Banking I managed one of the top producing teams and assisted clients with both purchase and refinance transactions. I was an integral part of onboarding a charter to drive sales production through metrics while maintaining the highest level of client service. In 2014 I was awarded Rookie of the Year for the “Top Producing First Year-Banker.” My skillset in sales and my background in the mortgage industry has given me the ability to transition into the Commercial Real Estate world seamlessly.

Before the mortgage industry, I attended Madonna University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration. During my collegiate education I was also a member on the Men’s Soccer team for both Madonna University and Cleveland State University. My collegiate experience as a team captain and teammate has proven my ability to be a dedicated team player, to be solution focused, and most importantly to be the hardest worker in the room.


B.A. in Business Administration from Madonna University

Memberships & Involvements

Cleveland State University DIvision 1 Men's Soccer team

Madonna University NAIA Men's Soccer Team



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Featured Research
Aug 28, 2020
2020 Q2 Multifamily Ohio Report Colliers
The full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic became known during the second quarter of 2020 as nationwide lockdowns halted economic activity and job losses soared. Apartment demand followed suit as demand plunged by 77% of the seasonal average, recording only 33,966 units according to data from RealPage.
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Jun 16, 2020
2020 Q1 Multifamily Ohio Report Colliers
Occupancy in the U.S. multifamily market climbed 30 basis points (bps) to 95.5% during the first quarter of 2020 driven by annual demand of 284,000 units in contrast to new supply of 263,209 units according to data from RealPage. But the real story began during the final few weeks of the quarter as the COVID-19 outbreak spurred government officials to issue stay at home orders and the closing of non-essential businesses.
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Feb 19, 2020
2019 Q4 Multifamily Ohio Report Colliers
After hitting a 20-year high, occupancy dropped 50 basis points (bps) during the final quarter of 2019 to 95.8%. For the year, however, occupancy is up 40 bps due to continuing robust demand and a drop in new supply to the lowest number of deliveries in the past five years.
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Featured News
Jul 17, 2019
Apartment, industrial markets the stars at Cleveland CRE Summit
More than 150 commercial real estate professionals crowded into Cleveland’s Windows on The River June 27 for the Cleveland Commercial Real Estate Summit held by and Midwest Real Estate News. The mood in the building? Optimistic.
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Jul 8, 2019
Neighborhood Watch: University Park is finding its identity
Some folks who live in Akron's University Park neighborhood hardly even know it exists, despite the fact that it's one of the most important sections of the city culturally, economically and in its ability to attract young people.
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Jun 14, 2019
Colliers' Cooper: It might not be booming, but Cleveland apartment market strong
Three years ago, apartment renters would flock to any new apartment building rising in Cleveland, filling the units as soon as the multifamily development opened its doors. Today? It might take more time for these buildings to fill. But Gary Cooper, senior vice president and principal with the Cleveland office of Colliers International, said that this doesn’t mean that the city’s apartment market is in decline. It just means it’s stabilizing.
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May 31, 2019
The Most Powerful Brokerage Firms of 2019
Despite the uncertainty that surrounds capital markets and ongoing conversations about a looming recession, commercial real estate transaction volume remained stable—respondent transaction volume increased from last year’s $755 billion to $811 billion in 2018. In March, the Federal Reserve Board announced no rate hikes this year, a sharp contrast from its December projection of two 2019 upticks. This dovish approach could boost sales for the remainder of 2019, as commercial real estate continues to be an attractive capital magnet.
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