Asset & Property Management


Owing a real estate asset is not anymore just an income generating strategy or a solution to an occupational problem. At a period in which real estate assets, either residential or commercial, tend to become deadweight for owner-occupiers, legacy landlords, family offices and lately lenders as well as NPL servicers due to enforced Debt-to-Asset swaps, conventional asset management strategies might not lead to commercially viable results. It requires specialists to identify suitable property management strategies based on market data and projections, but also to uncover all factors that shape the foundation of the asset owners objectives. The broader asset management process is based on a wide-ranging understanding of the investment cycle and a professional objective view of the market.

Our role

Arbitrage Real Estate offers a holistic implementation approach, in which property performance analysis and evaluation is coupled with the instructor's commercial goal, in order to drive the main elements of the management strategy. With international experience from major European real estate markets, we deliver effective results with hands-on innovative asset and property management strategies, aiming not only to retain current values during turbulent times, but mainly to competitively appreciate capital values in the medium run and prepare the real estate asset or the portfolio for successful profitable disposal to suitable investment parties.

Our services

Our expert knowledge covers the fields of active property management, portfolio performance measurement and benchmarking, business planning, cash flow modelling, budgeting and implementation, quarterly investment reporting and annual reviews, marketing for space letting or asset disposal, VDR set-up, sustainability and brand enhancement, asset valuation reviews and repositioning work outs.


Arbitrage Real Estate offers its services to banks (i.e. REO portfolios), NPL servicers, private equity funds, family offices and public sector (central and local government) as well as to corporate occupiers.