Ed Matzules

Ed Matzules

Vice-President

License # 331847

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About

Professional Summary

I have a wide range of experience in all aspects of commercial real estate with emphasis in  Office, Industrial, Land and Healthcare.

Education

B.S. Business Administration The Ohio State University.

Clients

Akron Children’s Hospital 

Akrochem Corporation

Revlis Corporation

Marhofer Auto Group

Step2 Corporation

McDonald's

Northeast Ohio Eye Surgeons

Donich Neurosurgery & Spine

Godard Ford

River Valley Paper,

Stewart's Caring Place,

J.P. Morgan Chase

The Old Castle Company

PetroLiance LLC.

Tab Inc.

Services

Skills
Automobile Dealerships, Corporate Transaction and Portfolio Management, Distribution, Distribution Centres, Golf Courses, Healthcare, Investment Properties, Land Marketing, Land Sales, Lease Advisory, Mixed-Use Properties, $name, Portfolios, Site Sales, Warehouses, Bed and Breakfast, Seniors Housing
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Capital Markets, Corporate Solutions, Property Marketing
Property Types
Healthcare-Medical, Industrial, Land, Office

Properties

Featured Research

Featured Research
Jan 24, 2020
2019 Q4 Cleveland Industrial Market Report
After posting an average of 2.5 million square feet of positive net absorption annually over the past seven years, the Cleveland/Akron industrial market finished 2019 with only a minimal gain in occupancy. A stronger final quarter helped push activity into positive territory and the market recorded 420,313 square feet of positive net absorption for the year.
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Jan 24, 2020
2019 Q4 Akron Office Market Report
The Akron office market, which includes the Canton/Massillon metro area in Stark County, posted positive net absorption of 83,607 square feet during 2019. Two consecutive quarters of positive net absorption drove the vacancy rate down a full percentage point to 12.9% from its peak at mid-year of 13.9%.
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Oct 15, 2019
2019 Q3 Cleveland Industrial Market Report
The Cleveland industrial market returned to positive territory after recording negative net absorption of 656,737 square feet during the second quarter of 2019, its first quarterly loss in two years. However, like the first quarter of the year, the gain was minimal totaling only 195,043 square feet. Year-to-date absorption remains in the red at -297,767 square feet.
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Featured News

Featured News
Dec 9, 2019
Colliers International Dealmakers: Recent purchases, sales, leases and investments in Cleveland-Akron in November 2019
Cleveland-Akron, Ohio – Colliers International | Cleveland-Akron is pleased to announce the following recently completed commercial real estate transactions from our office in Cleveland:
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Aug 12, 2019
Colliers International opens office to serve Akron
It took some time, but Colliers International now has a Summit County real estate office dedicated to serving Akron and the surrounding area. Brian Hurtuk, managing director of the firm's Cleveland office, also will oversee the Akron operations. He said he's been working for more than two years to hire the people he needed in order to justify a physical presence in town. He recently made his fourth and fifth hires for the office.
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Jun 11, 2019
Akron megachurch building bought last year is back on the market
An Akron building that housed one of the nation’s first megachurches is up for sale for a second time in less than a year. It’s been a historic past few years for the 363,000-square-foot former Akron Baptist Temple on Manchester Road in Kenmore, especially this past year.
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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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