Brad Williams | Colliers International | Indianapolis

Brad Williams

CCIM

Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

I specialize in tenant representation and landlord agency services, with a particular focus and knowledge of warehouse distribution facilities and the Indianapolis Northeast submarket. I have played an integral role in various industrial transactions within the extended Indianapolis market, providing a range of services including: creating and implementing marketing plans; providing market overviews and financial analysis; and assisting with facility relocations, building acquisitions, and lease negotiations. I feel that my attention to detail and focus on client needs enables me to successfully serve as an extension of our clients’ real estate team and leverage market knowledge.

Prior to joining brokerage, I interned for Summit Realty Group. During the internship, my focus was to enhance key broker and client tools, including a complete re-inventory and revamp of the firm’s Industrial real estate database. That experience provided an invaluable foundation that I now leverage to apply the same level of thoroughness and diligent approach toward client assignments.

My interest include golf, swimming, and running.

 

Accomplishments

Member. Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM)
Member. Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity
Member. Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity
Participant. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team in Training
Volunteer. Habitat for Humanity
Volunteer. Meals on Wheels
Volunteer. Wheelers Mission for Men

Education

B.S. Economics
Wabash College - Crawfordsville, Indiana

Memberships & Involvements

Phi Kappa Psi Alumni Association, ICBR, IAR, NAR

Services

Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Type
Industrial

My Team

My Team

Featured Research
May 8, 2020
Industrial Shows Strong Start to Uncertain Year
This report will focus primarily on the strength of the Indianapolis industrial market in Q1 20, which had not yet seen the inevitable effects of the shutdown orders and impending economic downturn. In fact, the Indianapolis industrial market achieved another strong quarter across all key metrics.
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Feb 7, 2020
Another Banner Year for Industrial Real Estate
Despite this national slowdown, the pace of the Indianapolis industrial market is as solid as ever. Companies are expanding operations and leasing space at previously unseen levels, marked by a 15.9% increase in net absorption and 25.5% jump in leasing activity.
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Nov 8, 2019
Record Low Vacancy Despite Construction Spree
All sectors of the Indianapolis industrial market are booming, reaching the lowest vacancy and highest rental rates on record. The result has been an influx of new construction of all varieties.
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