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Martina Cifer joins Avison Young Hungary

Appointments

Brokerage firm Avison Young announced a key change to its directors’ team in Budapest with the arrival of Martina Cifer at the helm of its office leasing department.

In her new capacity, she is set to oversee both the company's landlord and tenant representation divisions.

"We are very excited Martina will be joining us to head our office leasing team. She is a veteran of the Budapest market who brings with her many years of industry experience and extensive relationships with both occupiers and landlords. Martina will prove to be an invaluable contributor to our organization." stated Jake Lodge, principal.

Cifer arrives at Avison Young after 14 years in the real estate industry having gained significant experience at leading advisory firms, most recently within the office leasing department of Knight Frank.

"I'm excited for this opportunity at Avison Young where the potential to expand my career and actively contribute towards the growth of a key business division is invigorating," explains Cifer. "Being involved in both the strategizing and execution of the ambitious growth plans of such an entrepreneurial company is a challenge that I relish."

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