About Greg Chew
Niagara Commercial Real Estate Sales Representative
Greg Chew is a sales representative and client advisory/market research specialist with Colliers Niagara Limited. He has a track record of success in numerous projects throughout Ontario by using creative marketing strategies to attract specific buyers. He understands the current market conditions and SWOT analysis, using them to his advantage to develop specialized marketing programs to maximize the sale potential.
Greg currently manages the real estate of over 1 million square feet of multi-tenanted commercial, industrial space in the Niagara Region, for both national and regional landlords. Within the last year, Greg has sold three hospitality properties in Niagara Falls, attracted US investment to successfully sell the Fort Erie race track with 380 acres of land and has recently been mandated to assist in the portfolio sale of three major tourist properties in Niagara. He is also currently working with a large national developer to develop a 130,000 sq ft retail development in St. Catharines.
His specialties include industrial property sales and leasing, property re-development, distressed property sales & investment real estate for both local and national clients.
Your partner in Niagara real estate
With a unique knowledge base, Greg understands all sides of the business. His knowledge base comes from being in, and experiencing, the business. He knows the issues that arise from being a tenant or a landlord because he’s been one himself. Greg maintains a large interest in law and the legal component of the real estate market feeds his knowledge. Greg’s strength lies in the research and analysis: understanding the market.
Greg’s knowledge allows him to be creative to accomplish a deal. Whether it’s vetting leases or looking at the legal components of the transaction, Greg ensures that all deals are done with integrity and a focus on the most important component- you, the client. After all, he wants to make sure that your best interests are looked after, not his.
- Effort Trust
- Crombie REIT
- Algoma Central Properties
- Meridian Credit Union
- State Bank of India
- Penn Financial
- Business Development Bank of Canada