Ching -Ting Wang

Ching -Ting Wang

 Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to announce that Ching-Ting Wang has joined the firm’s Dallas office as Research Director. She most recently served as Senior Research Manager for CoStar Group in Richmond, VA.

In her new role, Wang will manage all of Cushman & Wakefield’s research activities in Dallas, leading the research team as they monitor and analyze local commercial real estate activity and trends. This insight will be invaluable across service lines and property types, aiding the firm’s brokers in business development efforts and client consultation.

“We are excited to have Ching-Ting Wang join our West Region Research Team,” said Konrad Knutsen, Vice President of Research Operations for the Americas and West Region Research Lead for Cushman & Wakefield. “Her background and skills will greatly enhance our research coverage in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and enhance our thought-leadership depth in the state of Texas.”

”This is a critically important role, and we could not be more excited to have Ching-Ting’s leadership, energy and experience,” said Ran Holman, Managing Principal of Cushman & Wakefield. “She will make an immediate impact.”

Wang has established herself as an expert in the field of research. Prior to her time with CoStar, she worked as a Research Director at National Property Valuation Advisors, where her team researched and wrote market reports used in commercial real estate appraisal reports. She joined CoStar’s Washington D.C. office in 2015 as a Research Manager on the Institutional Sales Comparable team, where she managed the research of sales transactions totaling $10 million and up. In October 2017, she moved to London for a year as part of CoStar’s Research Exchange Program, where she was instrumental in establishing the London research office. Most recently, Wang rejoined CoStar’s Richmond office and oversaw the organization’s Arizona, Idaho and New Mexico markets.

“I am thrilled to join an industry leader like Cushman & Wakefield and be part of the amazing Dallas team,” Wang said. “The role embodies everything I enjoy about the industry—research and analytics centered on providing clients the best information and service possible. Best of all, the role brings me back home to Dallas.”

Wang earned a Masters of Public Administration with a concentration in economic policy and finance from Cornell University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Chicago.

Wang begins her new role at Cushman & Wakefield today.

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