C&W Hungary ranks 1st in Euromoney Real Estate Advisors and Consultants 2015

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Cushman & Wakefield global real estate advisor’s Hungarian office ranked first in two categories, “Overall” and “Agency and letting” plus the legacy DTZ office, as the two companies have merged, ranked first in the “Valuation” category in the Euromoney global financial magazine’s Real Estate survey 2015, an announcement published yesterday reveals.

Euromoney magazine’s 11th Real Estate Survey invited all companies involved in the real estate sector to tell which firms they think have been the best providers of real estate products and services in their market over the past 12 months.

Gergely Pados Managing Director at C&W Budapest commented on the success: “Gaining the first place in this well recognized and important real estate survey is a great acknowledgement from our Clients. Providing best of class services and having the largest team of real estate professionals on the market Cushman & Wakefield is clearly market leader and we will work really hard to keep this position on the long term.”

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