Kenneth Verbeck | Colliers International | Portland

Kenneth Verbeck

Senior Associate

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About

Professional Summary

Ken is a valued member of the Multifamily Advisory Group who specializes in the acquistion and disposition of multifamily assets throughout the Portland Metro. Focused on serving private clients, Ken has transacted nearly $70 million in asset value within his first three years at Colliers. 

Ken frequently calls on clients to better understand their needs and then physically tours the marketplace to find the best solutions to those needs. His detailed research, evaluation of potential assets and willingness to actively search the market makes Ken an invaluable asset to his clients.

After graduating from the University of Oregon, Ken started his real estate career in Los Angeles where he was a runner for an industrial brokerage team. Eventually, he made his way back to Oregon where he continued his pursuit of real estate brokerage at a national investment sales firm before finding the right fit with Colliers International. 

Accomplishments

  • Successfully placed clients into 1031 replacement properties throughout the country
  • $70 Million in transaction volume

Education

Ken is a graduate of University of Oregon with a B.S. in Economics. 

Services

Skills
Investment Properties, Financial Analysis, Residential Development Sales, Land Sales
Service Lines
Capital Markets
Property Types
Multifamily

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Featured Research
Jul 15, 2020
Q2 2020 Portland Metro Multifamily Report
With evictions temporarily halted by executive order from Governor Brown, the 1.1% decrease in occupancy across the region is likely a result of increased co-housing or temporary outmigration while unemployed people wait for jobs to come back. However, occupancy is still a healthy 92.7%, particularly in light of 1,368 units delivered across the region.
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Apr 22, 2020
2020 Q1 Portland Metro Multifamily Report
Significant new product in Portland is the primary source of occupancy losses because the new, expensive units take longer to lease up than most product. Rent growth from Q1 2019 was an impressive 2.8 percent in Washington County, mostly from the 3+ Bedroom product, which grew 4 percent.
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Jan 14, 2020
2019 Q4 Portland Metro Multifamily Report
Multifamily supply is the most constricted in Washington County, with on 12 units delivered in Q4 2019 and 439 units in the pipeline, more here.
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