Corianne Voltz | Colliers International | Cleveland

Corianne Voltz

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Professional Summary

Corianne (Cori) serves as an Advisor for Colliers International in the Akron Office.  She specializes in, but is not limited to, providing commercial real estate opportunities for buyers, sellers, tenants, landlords and investors of office, medical and retail properties.

Cori spent the bulk of her career working for regional Northeast Ohio banks in the Commercial Banking sector, assisting the banks clients as a CTP (certified treasury professional) with treasury management services and solutions to maximize their short term cash flow.  Several years ago, she made the transition into the commercial real estate industry when she joined SVN Summit Commercial Real Estate Group as a sales and leasing advisor.

In August 2019, she accepted a sales and leasing advisor position at Colliers International, specializing in office, medical and retail properties.

Education

Active Ohio Real Estate License

BSBA, David N. Myers College – Cleveland, Ohio (Magna Cum Laude)

Memberships & Involvements

Cori has been an active member of several professional associations:

Currently a member of Greater Akron CREW, a local chapter of CREW Network, since 2017.  She has served as Assistant Treasurer and is the Treasurer of this organization for 2019 and 2020.

Previous President, Vice President and Conference Chair of Northeast Ohio Association for Financial Professionals, aka NOAFP, (formerly NEOTMA).

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Featured Research
Oct 16, 2020
2020 Q3 Cleveland Office Market Report
After beginning the year on a positive note, the Cleveland office market recorded its second consecutive quarter of negative absorption. The market posted negative net absorption of more than 90,000 square feet, resulting in a 20-basis point (bps) increase in vacancy. The overall market vacancy as of the end of the third quarter equaled 12.5%.
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Oct 16, 2020
2020 Q3 Akron Office Market Report
The Akron office market, which includes Canton Metro area in Stark County, recorded its second consecutive quarter of negative net absorption. The occupancy loss totaled 60,216 square feet during the third quarter of 2020, pushing the overall vacancy rate up 50 basis points (bps) to 13.4%.
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Jul 16, 2020
2020 Q2 Cleveland Office Market Report
The Cleveland office market recorded negative net absorption of 28,175 square feet during the second quarter of 2020, while the overall vacancy rate remained unchanged at 12.3%. This decrease in absorption from the previous quarter is likely to due to ongoing inventory adjustments as office to apartment conversions continue to happen in the Central Business District and the effects of the novel coronavirus begin to have some impact on the office market.
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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 15, 2019
Colliers expands presence in the Akron area
Two key CRE professionals have joined the staff of Colliers International|Cleveland-Akron, Jon Caiazza and Cori Voltz.
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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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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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