Real Estate Awards 2015: Euromoney rated Ober-Haus the best real estate agency in Lithuania

Ober-Haus Real Estate Advisors has been named Best Overall Advisory and Consultant in Lithuania running at this year’s Euromoney Real Estate Awards organised by the renowned financial publication. Ober-Haus took the first place in Euromoney magazine’s 11th annual Real Estate Survey as:

  • Euromoney: Best Overall Advisor & Consultant in Lithuania 2015
  • Euromoney: Best Research Advisor & Consultant in Lithuania 2015
  • Euromoney: Best Valuation Advisor & Consultant in Lithuania 2015
  • Euromoney: Best Agency/Letting Advisor & Consultant in Lithuania 2015

OH - RP kitos web (1)“This award is the result of our focused work to improve our quality of services. Employee empowerment and evaluation in the company creates a work culture that achieves not only the highest quality of services but also the long-term competitive advantage in the market. We are very glad about Euromoney’s award, it demonstrates once again that we are the only company in Lithuania providing strongly developed RE services in all fields, so our customers can solve all issues related to real estate”, – said Remigijus Pleteras, Ober-Haus General manager.

Euromoney magazine’s Real Estate Survey canvassed the opinions of real estate advisers, developers, investment managers, corporate end-users and banks. The survey was filled in at country level by senior executives. Respondents were asked to nominate the companies which they thought were the best in their market over the past 12 months. Ober-Haus is participant of Euromoney’s survey since 2006 and has received few awards.

Ober-Haus Lithuania launched its activities in Lithuania in 1998 and currently, more than 110 employees are employed in 10 offices (in Vilnius (4), Kaunas, Klaipėda, Šiauliai, Panevėžys, Palanga and Druskininkai) of the company. Ober-Haus Real Estate Advisors is a highly experienced provider of the most complete property services including residential and commercial real estate services, property management, property and business valuation services.

Contact person:
Remigijus Pleteras
Ober-Haus General Manager
phone +370 659 35 033
e-mail remigijus.pleteras@ober-haus.lt

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