We specialise in the sale of off-plan and resale property and offer a broad range of property services to developers and owners, including development consultancy, valuation, sales, marketing and rental introductions. Unlike our competitors, we are based in the Alps - which gives us a much greater advantage in finding our clients their dream home.
Selling your property in the Alps can be harder than buying it. We aim to make the process as simple as possible for vendor clients. This includes giving accurate and up to date valuation advice in line with market conditions; recommending and executing local and international marketing strategies and conducting visits by prospective purchasers. We provide monthly updates to our clients regarding the market and purchaser activity. In addition, we handle the negotiations on your behalf and report to you frequently.
Our aim is to offer your property the maximum exposure through access to our database, media, online advertising, website representation and editorial. We work with national and private banks to assist buyers with mortgage finance and strive to work with the most competent and reliable notaries. Our objective is to achieve the best possible price for your property, within your preferred timescales.
There are eight countries bordering Austria, including Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Hungary, Slovakia, Germany and the Czech Republic.NationFacts
Marketing Manager, Alpine
Starting in 2010, Elyse is passionate about the Alps and the fact that they can help our clients find their dream second home. Elyse originally completed a bachelor in tourism and speaks four languages. Alpine buyers come from various countries across Europe and they appreciate the local expertise as well as the fact that our staff are multilingual.
Austria is a gateway between Eastern and Western Europe. It borders Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic, Hungary, Slovenia and Italy. The country is divided into nine Federal Provinces and benefits from a diverse landscape, ranging from the Eastern Alps to the Bohemian Massif. Because of its ideal location, Austria makes a great base from which to explore the whole of Europe.
Austria’s highest mountain is the Grossglockner (3,798m). It lies in the centre of the Hohe Tauern National Park and is part of the largest nature reserve in the Alps. This mountainous country is nearly half covered with forests and has freshwater lakes that are clean enough to drink. For many, Austria has the perfect climate, warm summer days with temperatures around 25ºc to 35ºc and sunny, chilly winters that hover around 0ºc. Therefore, the mountains are snow-covered in winter but warm and green in summer.
It’s regarded as one of Europe's most popular holiday destinations, attracting tourists year-round with places to visit in both summer and winter. In fact, with some of Europe's finest skiing, winters are as busy as summers in the spectacular mountain regions. Visitors are drawn as much to the scenic beauty of the Alps as they are for splendid cities like Vienna, the historic capital, beautiful Salzburg, birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Innsbruck the capital city of the Tyrol in western Austria.
One of Europe's smallest countries, Austria is predominantly a nation of upland areas and high mountains, with the Eastern Alps occupying a good 60 percent of its territory. The River Danube flows for about 350 kilometres from west to east through the northern part of the country, adding to its allure as a tourist destination.