Christie’s International Real Estate Announces Expansion Of Chilean Affiliate, Bórquez & Asociados Limitada, Into Peru
Veröffentlicht Donnerstag, 21. September 2017 Aktualisiert am Dienstag, 3. Oktober 2017

Christie’s International Real Estate Announces Expansion Of Chilean Affiliate, Bórquez & Asociados Limitada, Into Peru

Growth of the respected brokerage firm additionally marks the first ever Affiliate presence in the South American country by Christie’s International Real Estate

SANTIAGO, CHILE— Christie's International Real Estate is making its first ever foray into Peru, announcing the pivotal expansion of Chilean Affiliate Bórquez & Asociados Limitada into the neighboring country – which is the third largest in South America after Brazil and Argentina. From its biodiverse mountainous regions to its Pacific coastal territories, Peru boasts a robust luxury market - one that has seen an explosion in growth over the course of the last decade.

“This is an incredible feat – not only for Bórquez & Asociados Limitada, but also for the reach of our network, and we look forward to bolstering opportunities in Peru with both art and real estate through our collaborative partnership,” said Rick Moeser, Executive Director, Christie’s International Real Estate. “The country’s high-end market has seen a resurgence in recent years, and we are poised to continue furthering that momentum on an international scale, facilitating strategic relations within key Peruvian territories and beyond.”

Led by principals María José Bórquez and María Fernanda Herrera Bórquez, Bórquez & Asociados Limitada was founded in 2013 in Santiago, Chile – focused on the leasing and sales of high-end residences throughout the country. Comprising an integrated team of more than a dozen industry professionals, the brokerage will now be expanding north into the whole of Peru, assisting clientele in the buying and selling of luxury properties there.


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