Matthew serves as Director of Research for Transwestern’s New Jersey office. He delivers local and national commercial real estate and economic trends, analyses and reports to team members, clients, prospects and the media. Matthew also plays an integral role in expanding the marketing platform and collaborates with sales professionals, research colleagues, and marketing teams to retain clients and secure new business through new pitches, RFPs and presentations.


Matthew joined Transwestern in 2014 from Avison Young, where, as Vice President of Research, he created the annual research plan for the New Jersey office and delivered insight related to economic activity, forecasts, trends, and commercial real estate market conditions. He also developed and maintained relationships with clients, providing them with market intelligence. Additionally, Matthew collaborated with colleagues regionally and nationally, local research experts and economic development agencies. Matthew's career in real estate spans more than 20 years, previously leading similar roles with Colliers International, GVA Williams, and Sitar Realty Company.
Matthew is recognized as a leading provider of thought leadership and statistical content. He has provided editorial and quotations for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Real Estate Forum, New York Real Estate Journal, Real Estate Weekly, National Real Estate Investor, NJBIZ, Real Estate New Jersey, ROI-NJ, New Jersey Business Magazine, France Media, Inc., The Record, CoStar Advisor, and Matthew has also written commentary for Urban Land Institute’s Market Profiles Report.


Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP)

Awards and Recognition:
Faces of Extraordinary: Going above and beyond duties and exemplifying the Transwestern purpose statement: Empowering good people to do extraordinary things together.
Bridge Builder: Cross-market project collaboration.
Social Butterfly: Thought leadership advancement.
PR Advocate: Public relations achievements, promoting the company’s service capabilities.


Matthew earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Saint Peter’s University, where he also earned membership in Pi Mu Epsilon, a national honorary mathematics society. Matthew also holds a New Jersey Real Estate Salesperson’s license.

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