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Cluttons comes to Cyprus

Cluttons, the London based partnership of surveyors, has announced that it is extending its presence in the Mediterranean basin with an associated office in Athens. Cluttons Greece will oversee the markets of Greece and Cyprus and focus primarily on high-end residential properties.

Robert Key, Managing Director of Cluttons Greece, commented: “Despite current global economic conditions, we are very confident in the future of the Greek and Cypriot luxury homes markets. By marketing properties through our international network of offices we are able to offer private home owners and developers alike the best possible exposure foreign buyers. We also look forward to introducing Greek buyers to opportunities that Cluttons has access to around the world.”

Founded in 1765, Cluttons LLP has a network of offices in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and South Africa. The partnership offers a very wide range of professional property management, agency and consultancy services across the commercial and residential sectors, for both investors and occupiers.



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