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Tamas Steinfeld | Colliers | Budapest

Tamas Steinfeld


Associate Director | Hungary

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Professional Summary

  • He has valuation experience in various asset classes (industrial, retail, office, hotel,  development land, special purpose real estate, etc.). Besides property valuation engagements, he was also involved in business and asset valuation related projects.

  • The valuation works Tamás has done cover a variety of purposes including sale, secured lending, internal decision making and financial reporting for various clients including banks, investors, developers, owners and funds.

  • He also gained experience in advisory engagements such as: Feasibility and market studies, Highest and best use analyses; Strategy consulting (e.g. managing non-performing property portfolio owned by financial institutions, preparation of a real estate investment strategies).

  • During his work at Big4 audit/consultancy firms he has reviewed numerous property valuation reports prepared by external appraisers in order to provide an opinion, whether these valuations are suitable for financial reporting purposes.


During his career he gained experience in a wide range of real estate services. He managed the property expansion of a leading financial institution, where his work included extensive market research and location analysis. Since 2010, he has been focusing on valuation and advisory types of projects.


- 2017 Member of the Royal Institution of Charted Surveyors

- 2013 Property Valuer and Agent Qualification

- 2010 Full time MBA at CEU in Budapest, Hungary and Schulich Business School in Toronto, Canada specializing in Real Estate and Finance

- 2008 Real Estate Agent Qualification

- 2007 Budapest Business School – BSc. specializing in International Management

Memberships & Involvements

MRICS (Member of the Royal Institution of Charted Surveyors)


Service Lines

Valuation and Advisory Services

Property Type

Industrial, Land, Office, Multifamily-Apartment, Retail

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