Mike Otillio is the research manager for Colliers International in Dallas, Texas. In this role Mike supports all of the brokers in the Dallas Office in all property types. His expertise is in gathering hard to get commercial real estate information and helping turn that information into commercial real estate knowledge for the brokers.
Mike has extensive experience in Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities and a Bloomberg terminal. Whether the project is related to building ownership information, company research, or Microsoft Excel and everything in between, Mike can help find the answers.
Mike’s extensive background in commercial real estate research comes from his prior experience at Mohr Partners, a national tenant representation firm, where Mike was a Senior Research Analyst producing over 300 nationwide research reports a year. These research reports were conducted for all types of commercial real estate product including industrial, office, retail and call center uses and provides him a great research base for all aspects of commercial real estate.
Mike’s knowledge of online commercial real estate tools and his natural tendency to always be on the lookout for better, improved tools make him great resource when it comes to searching for commercial real estate information.
Before working in commercial real estate, Mike worked for the Lafayette Economic Development Authority in Lafayette, Louisiana, starting first in the Research Department, and eventually becoming the Business Recruiter for Lafayette Parish (County). During his time in Economic Development, Mike worked towards receiving his certification in Economic Development through the University of Oklahoma’s Economic Development Institute. This education makes Mike a knowledgeable asset to the team when it comes to working with Economic Development agencies throughout the area. Mike also spent 4 years working in the research department at Mohr Partners.
Colliers Circle of Excellence Award Winner, 2010
Over 15 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry
Spent five years working for the Economic Development Authority in Lafayette, Louisiana in the roles of both a researcher and business recruite
Mike graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a bachelor of science degree in Business.