Nathan Lynch | Colliers International | Tampa

Nathan Lynch

Executive Managing Director

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Professional Summary

Nathan Lynch worked with CBRE for 10 years prior to joining Colliers International. Nathan was a graduate of Linfield College in McMinnville, OR with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and a minor in mathematics.

Prior to joining Colliers International, Nathan specialized in debt and equity finance with CBRE. Nathan has been directly involved in the placement of over $2 billion in commercial real estate debt and has originated over $500 million in commercial debt in Europe and the U.S. Nathan also managed a servicing portfolio of 200 loans totaling over $1.2 billion.


CBRE Florida Financing Deal of the Year, 2015

Licensed Real Estate Broker, Florida


Linfield College - Bachelor of Science in Finance, minor in Mathematics

Licensed Florida Real Estate Sales Associate

Memberships & Involvements

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) / Mortgage Bankers Association / Tampa REIC


Mixed-Use Properties, Mortgage Brokerage
Service Lines
Capital Markets
Property Type
Hotel, Industrial, Land, Office, Multifamily, Retail
Featured Research
Dec 8, 2020
Challenges Remain as Activity Begins to Return
Throughout the third quarter of 2020, the effects of the economic challenges attributed to COVID-19 continued to impact the Central Florida office market. Like the previous quarter, overall leasing activity within the market remained below average, however, pockets of activity are beginning to return, especially in the suburban markets. Recently completed lease transactions increased by 16.2% from the previous quarter, with the total square footage of those transactions up over 30%. As the pandemic continues, nearly all businesses continue to assess their current and future space utilization plans putting potentially additional pressure on market vacancy. In some cases, occupiers will look to sublease their space as either a short-term reactionary approach or long-term strategy with the hopes and ability to further experiment with flexible or work-from-home employee plans.
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Nov 10, 2020
Increasing Activity Leading the Way Forward
Across nearly all sectors of the Central Florida Industrial market, strong activity continued throughout the third quarter. Leasing, absorption, and investment activity all experienced a noticeable uptick that is expected to continue well into the fourth quarter. The current environment has offered a unique opportunity, albeit potentially short term, as new entrants (typical office and retail asset investors) were seen shifting their focus to the industrial market due to its resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Nov 10, 2020
Noticeable Demand Returning
After three consecutive quarters of negative absorption, the Central Florida retail market bounced back. The start of the third quarter of 2020 nearly paralleled the activity experienced during the second quarter, with retailers remaining hesitant to reopen, minimal tours or sales occurring and consumers weary of the unknown climate created by the pandemic. As COVID 19 related government restrictions began to ease, a noticeable acceleration of activity, by tenants and investors, shined through as the quarter progressed.
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Featured News
Oct 11, 2019
Birtcher Anderson sells Park 6 industrial park for $16 million
Birtcher Anderson, an Orange County, California-based real estate investment firm, has sold Park 6, a 184,500-square-foot flex industrial property in the Westchase area of Tampa, for $15,832,000.
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