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05. Ker. Budapest - 1054

Rent price:
460,000 HUF
Szabadság tér

06. Ker. Budapest - 1066

Rent price:
393,000 HUF

12. Ker. Budapest - 1121

Rent price:
920,000 HUF
Költő utca


Home & Office Flat Management specializes in residential property management in Budapest.

Property owners around the world realize the need for professional real estate services based on trust, confidence and performance.

We are committed to always acting in our clients’ best interest. Our management relieves property owners of the worry and logistical challenges that go along with owning property in a distant location. Our professional flatmanager will work with you to determine your needs and ensure that your investment is protected. We are edicated to perfecting property operations in order to produce the highest return on our client’s investment. Our service is accountable, responsive and can help you maintain and potentially enhance your property’s value and achieve your goals. We deliver the service and results our clients deserve. We manage and supervise each asset as if it were our own.

We provide full service, including finding a tenant, property management and furnishing.

Futureal Group residential subsidiary Cordia took over the development of the Sasad Resort project from GTC in the exclusive Buda hillside area of the Hungarian capital. Cordia will develop 850 homes in Budapest after buying the plots next to the already completed 3 phases of the project.
Hungary’s central bank will in the future focus on the mortgage market which it sees as sclerotic while its products are too expensive, Márton Nagy, the National Bank of Hungary’s deputy governor, said in an interview to the daily Magyar Hirlap. In the interview published on Thursday, Nagy said the bank wanted to ensure a fast expansion of mortgages in the next few years. “Now a fresh mortgage mar…
Cordia, a residential property company within the Futureal group, has bought the remaining construction sites in the Sasad Resort in Budapest’s 11th District from GTC Magyarország, paying €9.6 million.
Hungary’s construction sector output dropped by an annual 14.9% in December last year, falling for the twelfth month in a row, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said. The December drop in output was almost unchanged from the 14.7% annual fall in November 2016.
Chinese citizens were the most active group among foreigners buying homes in Hungary last year, followed by Russians and Ukrainians, according to official data. Irish and Spanish investors have almost entirely disappeared from the market.