GAMMA Properties to manage IVG’s Hungarian portfolio

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GAMMA Properties took over the asset management of IVG’s Hungarian portfolio on October 1. In a press release published yesterday, IVG stated that it belives GAMMA is the perfect candidate for managing its portfolio.

GAMMA Properties was founded by Attila Madler and Tibor Gasser in 2014. The pair bring more than ten years of experience in the field of real estate business and their company’s main activities are asset and property management.

“GAMMA Properties is a trusted partner, who possesses extensive knowledge of the local market and has an outstanding track record. We are confident that they will provide excellent asset management of our buildings as they have already shown in the preceding years,” said Chris Linney, Head of Asset Management Europe for IVG Institutional Funds GmbH.

“Thanks to the success we achieved in the last couple of years and to our in-depth knowledge of the local market as well as IVG’s Hungarian portfolio, GAMMA Properties are the best fit to handle the tenant representation and asset management of the buildings. IVG realized and seized this opportunity,” Madler explained. 

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