I describe myself as an economist with a passion for real estate. I studied Economy in high school and in University on my way to getting an MBA.
I worked at GE Capital from ’96 – 2000. GE owns a bank in Budapest, Hungary. In that job I performed in the areas of finance, operation, communication, and quality assurance. GE was an amazing work and professional experience.
In addition to working at the bank, the University I graduated from also asked me to teach Business Management, so I did that as well.
In 2002 I left the corporate world and founded my own real estate investment company. Investing and making real estate projects become a reality has always attracted me. I love the challenge of finding the balance between self-expression, function, aesthetics and profit.
From 2007-2011 I was asked to served as Chair-Woman for the National Research and Development Foundation, which focused on a wide range of companies research and development projects. The foundations primary mandate was to assess and execute innovation projects for top companies like Samsung, Ecolab, UPC, Heineken and a few more…
In late 2011 we moved as a family to the US, Miami. We quickly set up our life and business infrastructure, became a real estate broker and started researching the South Florida Market as a focal point of my Real Estate Strategy …the rest as they say, is very recent “history”!