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Making you at home in Luxembourg TEXT: MARTIN PILKINGTON | PHOTOS: DANY UNGER
The property market in Luxembourg today is not for the faint-hearted, on either side of the deal – a good reason to work with real estate professional Dany Unger and her team. Buying, selling or renting a property is not something to be undertaken lightly in any circumstances, whether you are the one moving in, moving out, or providing it as part of your business. Add to the mix the particular current market conditions in Luxembourg, the need to have a smooth and close working relationship with a good and genuinely professional real estate agent handling the matter is all the more essential.
A demanding market It must be understood that there are many demanding administrative problems involved in property transactions in the 64 | Issue 46 | October 2017
Grand Duchy that are of a highly complex legal nature in what is quite a tricky market. Without a dedicated professional to aid the client, especially international clients, it could rapidly turn into a nightmare of obstacles, delays and snags.
Extensive experience Dany Unger, an experienced real estate agent with a wide range of clients, has worked in the real estate business for 17 years. She believes that previous experiences working in the tourism sector, the pharmaceutical industry, banking, human resources and for an architect, have helped her to design and develop her own company, incorporating the high level of customer service, good communications and attention to detail that are vital to business operations in those sectors: “I also worked for two other real estate companies before setting up my own in Bertrange, a few
kilometres west of Luxembourg City,” she says. “And looking at the way the market functions, I decided that the best way to serve clients and to build a loyal clientele and repeat business was to create a small and stable team, not to aim for an ever bigger growing organisation.” Thus, she has kept to a team of two fulltime members, added to which she works frequently with one particular interior architect. “Larger firms can tend to focus inwards, on their internal processes and business practices, whereas our aim is to build great – and lasting - external relationships,” she adds. “When, as can happen occasionally, the demand is such that our resources are stretched, I can call on the wellestablished working arrangements my company has developed over the years
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