Community Matters: Best Real Estate Agent For Expats In Budapest

  • 30 May 2019 7:55 AM
Community Matters: Best Real Estate Agent For Expats In Budapest
Recently we asked the local expat community - via XpatLoop's group on Facebook - about the best real estate agent for expats in Budapest. Here are a few of the helpful hints and tips from Xpats in the loop.

John Townsend: I bought a flat via Clarke and White and they could not do enough for me. I told them what I wanted and they offered me a flat that ticked all the boxes. I moved in last September. I am very happy with my purchase.

Panda Stojanovska: Sherif Hosny at Barnes

András Sólyom: Belvaros Ingatlan

György Zalavári: it is also advised to find an experienced lawyer for yourself (who is independent from the realtor) at the beginning of the procedure.

Melanie Matolcsy: Clarke and White Budapest

Adrian Budinszky: Izabella Olgaard Zsaki is kind, "service minded", professional (even by picky American standards), quick, speaks multiple languages.

Ágnes Makár: Sebastien Walter at

Stathis Hemonides: Cylot Home Property

Simone Ceccarelli: The best way is to use and find the flats that you deal directly with the owner.

Melinda Székesvári: Zoltán Szemes, Capital Real Estate

Judie Kovacs: Remax

Junu Begum: Pannonia Property Solutions



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XpatLoop readers include both valuable expats and high-level locals in decision making positions. We refer to this inclusive and cosmopolitan group of internationally-minded folks as the Xpat Community.

We believe that the advice given above, and so this Community Matters content, is given in good faith and is accurate at the time of publication - however it's always wise to consider that changes do happen in Hungary, as everywhere. 

This content is intended to support the communiy at large, as well as the person asking the question, based on publicly viewable posts on XpatLoop's open group on Facebook. So of course the opinions above do not necessarily represent the views of or the publisher.

Please note that readers need to use common sense when acting on any advice provided online. (and publisher) can not be held liable in any way related to advice here from Facebook user posts nor elsewhere on any of our social media platforms.

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