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Thomas Belina | Colliers | Vienna

Thomas Belina

Managing Director

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About

Professional Summary

Thomas Belina has been strengthening the Colliers team in Austria since 2016, first as authorized signatory and since 2019 as managing partner. His main tasks include supporting the individual teams in a wide variety of projects, expanding the company, optimizing workflows, creating marketing concepts, budget control and personnel management.

The last ten years before that he worked for Karl Wlaschek Privatstiftung (one of the largest private real estate investors in Austria). As an overall authorized signatory, he was responsible, among other things, for the preparation of marketing strategies for various properties. As the owner's representative, he conducted negotiations with interested parties in the commercial sector until the lease was signed. Budget preparation and the associated controlling were also among his tasks, as was the creation of marketing concepts and their media implementation.

In 2010, Thomas Belina completed his studies in real estate management in Vienna.

Accomplishments

Project management for both national and international clients representing owners as well as buyers.

Education

University of applied science in Vienna with a major in real estate management

Services

Service Lines

Brokerage: Landlord Representation, Brokerage: Tenant Representation

Property Type

Hotel, Industrial, Office, Multifamily-Apartment, Retail

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