Euromoney names CBRE best real estate advisor

Awards

CBRE Group, Inc., which has operations on the Hungarian real estate market, has been named the best global real estate advisory firm at the annual Euromoney Real Estate Awards for the fifth consecutive year, according to a press release issued today.

Globally, CBRE also ranked highest overall in the Sales/Leasing, Valuation and Research categories. In addition to the global awards, CBRE was named as the leading real estate advisory firm in Western Europe, North America and Africa, as well as in 21 other countries, the press statement noted. Within the EMEA region, CBRE was named as the leading advisor in a total of 12 countries including Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, France, Germany, Ghana, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

“Our professionals deliver real advantages to our clients on a daily basis in Hungary and across the globe,” said Lóránt Kibédi Varga, managing director of CBRE Hungary. 

Business and finance magazine Euromoney annually surveys the opinions of real estate advisors, developers, investment managers, corporate end-users and banks worldwide in order to determine the best providers of real estate services. Industry professionals from more than 160 countries participated in this year’s survey.

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