Colliers International has expanded its Kamloops operations, adding four new advisors to the team: Mona Murray, who has assumed the position of managing broker, Tanya Cokran, Stephan Klausat and Ken Ellerbeck.
Colliers’ bolstered presence in Kamloops is in line with the firm’s strategy to enhance its B.C. Interior business, according to Kirk Kuester, executive managing director, British Columbia.
“With the addition of Mona and her team, Colliers now services over 80 per cent of the province’s population, better positioning us to meet and exceed the needs of our regional, national and international owner, developer and occupier clients,” he said. “We are thrilled to have them join us and enable us to elevate our capabilities in both the region and province.”
Colliers Kamloops’ new advisors join Colliers from MCM Real Estate, a boutique firm that specialized in commercial sales and leasing, property management and consulting
“Our team is excited to leverage Colliers’ award-winning platform and global network, along with our in-depth experience and knowledge of the Kamloops real estate market, to deliver unparalleled advisory in the region,” said Murray. “We share Colliers’ commitment to expertise and service excellence and look forward to helping our clients achieve greater business success through effective real estate strategies.”
Murray has 36 years of experience in commercial real estate, founding a property management and brokerage company and serving as its president and managing broker for more than 25 years, and heading up MCM in the last decade. She also actively participates in the Chamber of Commerce, Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association and North Shore Business Association.
Colliers’ B.C. Brokerage practice is headquartered in Vancouver, with additional offices in Surrey, Victoria, Nanaimo, Kelowna and Kamloops, and includes some 130 licensed brokerage professionals.