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RE/MAX opens new office in Sibiu

RE/MAX Romania, local branch of RE/MAX global real estate network, announced the opening of its third office in Sibiu, reaching a total of 22 units in the country, according to a press release.

2016-12-15 14:54:14

The new franchise from Sibiu, RE/MAX Professionals, is operational since December and owned by Adrian Vasiu, along with his brother Andrei Vasiu.

"We ventured on this journey because we want to contribute to the way of doing a real estate business on the local market and align with key players in this field, from Western countries," said Adrian Vasiu, broker owner, RE/MAX Professionals.

Although the Sibiu market is not as developed as those in Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca, company's representatives believe that, in the upcoming years, the market will maintain the upward trend of real estate transactions registered so far.

"The main difference between Sibiu and other major cities in the country is the mentality of inhabitants. People in this area are quite cautious, less willing to take risks when it comes to possible investments, which is best observed in the significantly lower annual number of real estate transactions," said Adrian Vasiu. "Even so, the Sibiu market is likely to grow because of new investments that are made every year, which creates new jobs and opportunities."

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