RISMEDIA, Nov. 20, 2007-Great Estate Immobiliare, a luxury real estate firm in central Italy, recently became the second Italian brokerage firm in the past two months to join the global LuxuryRealEstate.com network of more than1,400 brokers and firms. This is the ninth Italian luxury real estate firm to join LuxuryRealEstate.com.
“European markets are well-known for their luxury destinations, and I’m pleased to see a growing number of European brokers joining our network,” said John Brian Losh, CEO and publisher of LuxuryRealEstate.com, and broker, chairman and CEO of Ewing & Clark, Inc., Seattle’s oldest real-estate brokerage. “Great Estate Immobiliare will gain excellent exposure to millions of high-net-worth buyers on www.LuxuryRealEstate.com, which is consistently ranked as the most-viewed luxury real estate Web site in the world.”
Great Estate Immobiliare is a member of the Italian Federation of Professional Estate Agents, which was established in 1976 and represents the interests of more than 25,000 real-estate agents in Italy. Great Estate also partners with the Toscana Project, a team of architects, surveyors and builders, to assist clients in restoring aged properties, and designing and building new ones.
“We pride ourselves in offering a professional and friendly service through all the phases of the buying process,” said Beverley Tunstall, a broker with Great Estate Immobiliare. “We specialize in luxury estates, restored country houses, villas, castles in magnificent, panoramic locations and apartments in historical centers as well as offering investment opportunities to our clients. We offer a bilingual English-Italian and French-Italian service.”
Great Estate Immobiliare’s head office is located in San Casciano dei Bagni, which is in the province of Tuscany. The company has two other offices in Cetona, Tuscany and Fabro, Umbria, allowing it to cover a wide area of central Italy. These cities are about a 145-mile drive north of Rome, providing a prime location for vacation homes and other luxury getaways to urban dwellers and international visitors.