BNP Paribas Real Estate has a new Alliance in Austria

BNP Paribas Real Estate has a new Alliance in Austria

Published at: 2012-05-11 12:21 | Author: CIJ Journal
The alliance agreement covers the Transaction, Consulting and Valuation business lines. Danube Property Consulting works throughout Austria.

This company is based in Vienna and has 6 employees who boast over 19 years experience.

"For BNP Paribas Real Estate, Danube Property Consulting is a partner of choice. This alliance with Danube Property Consulting will enable BNP Paribas Real Estate to accompany its clients in Austria, a country that offers great opportunities", explains Bernard Blanco, International Director BNP Paribas Real Estate.

"We are proud that Danube Property Consulting has been chosen by BNP Paribas Real Estate to be a part of its Alliances network and therefore to be the member of this network in Austria. I appreciate the importance, in such a competitive market, of working with a company that has a strong international network and is therefore able to provide a comprehensive and quality service to customers", says Richard Lemon, Director of Danube Property Consulting.

The signature of the new alliance illustrates the BNP Paribas Real Estate aim of continuing its international expansion programme to support clients in their development objectives. In addition to its 3,400 employees operating in 15 countries, the BNP Paribas Real Estate network of alliances now means over 2,500 people in 15 additional countries, which means client service in 30 countries.

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