Colliers Hungary is making a return to the retail market under the leadership of Anita Csörgő. She has nearly 30 years of experience in the retail sector, including high street and shopping centre retail.
Colliers aim to expand its portfolio in the retail property market. The retail team's goal is to assist brands in optimising their retail spaces.
According to Colliers' experts, in 2024, the lower inflation rate and positive economic growth may have a beneficial impact on net real wages and individual entrepreneurs' incomes. This improvement could positively affect disposable income and retail turnover. Additionally, the increasing foreign tourism is expected to have a positive effect on the high street segment.
"This optimistic economic outlook also validates our decision to relaunch our retail department," stated Kata Mazsaroff, Colliers' CEO.
Anita Csörgő has been instrumental in leasing significant portions of Andrássy Avenue and Váci Street and has facilitated the sale of high street freehold rights in Budapest. In addition, she has led repositioning projects for various shopping centres.
Diána Haáz-Bencsik, who brings nearly 8 years of professional experience, is also a team member. She has previously played a role in CPI Hungary, Revetas Capital, Erste Real Estate, and Diófa Fund Management mandates. She has also collaborated as a tenant representative in building Vodafone's portfolio in Hungary.
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