Stuart Barron

Director, National Research • Canada

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Stuart Barron

Director, National Research • Canada


Stuart Barron is the National Director of Research, Canadian Markets for Cushman & Wakefield, based in Toronto. In this role, Stuart oversees the curation and analytics of commercial real estate property and market intelligence. Supported by a knowledgeable research team stretching from Vancouver to Newfoundland & Labrador, one of his key priorities is to deliver timely market intelligence across all asset classes, including: office, industrial, retail, capital markets and multifamily.

Stuart’s unique approach to interviewing experts across Canada to gain real time perspectives and uncover observations about changing market conditions has positioned him as a leading and trusted professional in the industry. Leveraging his market intel, Stuart has been a keynote speaker at several industry engagements, helping connect the dots between changing economic fundamentals and the impact of anticipated change on the Canadian real estate landscape.

Stuart is also a specialist in real estate finance and has 25 years of experience providing expertise and training to sales representatives and analysts across Canada and manging complicated transactions, such as multiple-premises consolidation assignments.

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