New leasing and sales director at Horizon Development

Appointments

Máté Bihari was appointed to the position of leasing and sales director at property development company Horizon Development.

Having graduated with a degree in Economics from the Budapest Business School, he started his career in the field of real estate with a residential focus as a consultant at the GDN Real Estate Network. After joining Horizon Development in 2017 he played an important role in leasing the commercial properties of Váci 1, Promenade Gardens, Szervita Square Building, Park Atrium, and Eiffel Palace. From 2020 he was also in charge of selling the luxury residences of the premium mixed-use Szervita Square Building in downtown Budapest.

Balázs Czár managing partner welcomed the new director, “During the past five years Máté Bihari has been an asset to Horizon Development and proved his skills and dedication to us. On behalf of the entire board, I wish him continued success in directing the fields of both commercial leasing and residential sales.”

Máté Bihari added, “I am committed to supporting Horizon Development’s property projects and look forward to the new magnitude of responsibilities. I am confident that my 15 years as a professional athlete have equipped me with the necessary integrity and perseverance, while my former immersion in the field has prepared me for the professional challenges that come with my new role.”

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