Christine Daly | Colliers International | Clearwater

Christine Daly

Sales Associate

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Professional Summary

Christine Daly joined Colliers International Tampa Bay in February of 2019 as a sales associate in the company’s Clearwater office. Daly is working with Paula Clair Smith, CCIM, in commercial services, where she focuses on both office and flex space, with an emphasis on healthcare in the St. Petersburg and south Pinellas markets.


Christine came to Colliers after nearly two years with the Meoli, Donaldson Partners office of Marcus & Millichap, where she worked as a multifamily investment sales agent. Through this experience, she gained invaluable skills by advising clients in individualized real estate investment strategies, marketing applicable listings to qualified buyers, and analyzing client properties, including broker opinions of value. She was also involved in creating and maintaining client relationships.

Previously, Christine worked as a marketing coordinator at Marcus & Millichap, creating marketing and advertising materials for campaigns and databases with its multifamily investment team.


Christine began her commercial real estate career with an internship at NAI Northern California in San Francisco where she gained valuable experience in multifamily, office, retail and land real estate. She also is currently earning her CCIM designation.

She received her bachelor’s degree in both finance and real estate from Florida State University.

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