Managing CBD investments for Institutional landlords and Overseas investors. Involved with a new Brisbane CBD site from land sale through leasng and management and eventual sale and keeping the management.
Private Client specialist on asset management and strategic planning.
Attilio started his career in property through the mid eighties with PRD Realty in commercial and retail lesing and expanding the property management service lines. Due to overseas interest in local Queensland investments from Japanese and Chinese clients, the relationship and trust grew quickly to support their needs.
Its now been over 33 years in the property game managing commercial, industrial and retail properties and assisting with property transactions and feasibility profiling. Long term clients are now looking for greater guidence and support towards value adding and exit strategies for their investments. You need a real passion and a sense of personal responsibility to earn your client's trust and Attilio has provided this support over many years. We feel he has over achieved this commitment now throught the international expertie with Colliers International and the wider product lines.
Assisting in the commissioning of new purchases and transistion from an asset and property managment perspective in various CBD Premium and A grade buildings on behalf of institutional investors.
2010 Commercial Property Manager of the Year REIQ and runner up in the REIA National awards for Commercial Property Management.
Property Council - Commercial Property Management Associate Diploma, Diploma of Businesss Marketing; Graduate Certificate Property Management; Retail Certificate; Justice of the Peace Qld.
Memberships & Involvements
Property Agents and Motor Dealers.
Australian Property Growth Fund, Charter Hall, Raptis Group of Properties, Farallon Capital, IOOF, Trafalgar, Fortius Funds Management.
More recently Singapore and Malaysian private investor clients from South East Asia including HCK and Keppel Capital.
Private Wealth client relationships have also been a signifcnat part of Attilio's portfolio over many years.