The purchase of BNP Paribas Real Estate Hungary, based in Budapest, further increases Robertson Hungary’s share in the real estate market.
“We are the alliance members of BNP Paribas Real Estate from 2013, since then we have been working on a possible closer cooperation for which the acquisition provides an excellent foundation. I am confident that through the joint work of the two companies under the same ownership will give us the possibility to take advantage of the shared synergies between the two entities and we will be able to provide a wider range of services to our customers on both the end-user and investor side,” said Mr. Róbert Tilki, the managing director of Robertson Hungary.
Robertson remain a part of the BNP Paribas Real Estate’s worldwide network in the future, using the existing brand recognition and experience to provide comprehensive, modern technologies that guarantee proactive, reliable and professional services to its clients.
“Robertson Hungary, as a historical alliance network partner and one of the leading companies in the real estate sector in Hungary, will enable BNP Paribas Real Estate to continue to serve more extensively its existing local and European clients and offer the full range of real estate services to its future prospects in Hungary,” said Mr. Csongor Csukás, Deputy Head of International Property Management at BNP Paribas Real Estate.
“Thanks to the partnership, our service portfolio can be expanded with activities such as Property Management, Project Management, Financial Management and Due Diligence – and these are just some examples from the total,” added Mr. Róbert Tilki.
BNP Paribas Real Estate Magyarország Tanácsadó és Ingatlankezelő Zrt., which will be renamed to Robertson Property Management Zrt. is now a wholly owned company of Robertson Hungary Kft. Robertson Hungary is sole or joint agent on approximately 200,000 sq m office space, while BNP Paribas Real Estate Hungary is currently managing over 260,000 sq m of office, retail and logistic portfolio in Budapest and secondary cities in Hungary. The two Robertson companies will operate separately in two headquarters in Budapest, but as a whole to cover the entire property lifecycle.