Director | Commercial Broker
License # 10000097 | Licensed under the REAA 2008
Specialising in commercial and industrial property since 2005, Dean’s local knowledge gives him an exclusive insight to one of New Zealand’s most tightly-held property markets and allows him to advocate on behalf of local and national clients for commercial and industrial properties of any size.
Following his studies at the University of Otago, Dean worked with an international property advisory company, before joining the Colliers International team as a shareholder in 2009. Dean has also become an associate director of Colliers International in 2014.
Having grown up locally, his familiarity with the region has enabled him to cultivate strong connections throughout the Otago and Southland regions that facilitate his ability to meet his clients’ respective needs. His areas of specialisation include sales and leasing of commercial, industrial and retail property, as well as developmental land sales.
As a broker, he is results driven, with a track record to back it up, while the dynamism and enthusiasm he brings to his role have seen him quickly rise to become a leader in the regions property market. An avid outdoorsman, in his spare time Dean is a regular skier and mountain-biker, and is also involved in senior rugby.
Southland and Otago industrial Portfolio (Downer EDI), $4.9m
Dunedin City Council Underlying Freehold Interest Portfolio, $3m
Ward Street, Dunedin (Leasehold and underlying freehold combined purchase), $7.5m
Farmers, 150-180 George Street, Dunedin, $18.3m
360 Cumberland Street, Dunedin, $10.2m
Livingspace, 184 Castle Street, Dunedin, $6.5m
Carisbrook, Burns Street, Dunedin, (Dunedin City Council) $3.5m
NZ Post, Strathallan Street, Dunedin Sales $6.8m
34 Carncross Street, Dunedin (Kordamentha) $4.1m
Countdown, Cumberland Street, Dunedin circa $18.3m
Otago University - Bachelor of Commerce
Memberships & Involvements
Licensed under REAA 2008, REINZ, PCNZ, Otago Chamber of Commerce, Taieri Rugby Football Club
Calder Stewart Industries, Chalmers Properties, Dunedin City Council, New Zealand Post