Meet Cresnia, our European Exis partners based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Get to Know… Cresnia
Have real estate needs in Stockholm? Consider the experts at Cresnia.
- When was Cresnia founded?
- Why did you join Exis, and how long have you been a member?
We have been a member since 2016; our owner Joachim Bozorgnia joined after searching for available networks.
- Are there specific areas of focus/expertise that Cresnia practices?
We are a boutique kind of tenant rep that focuses on city-center, high-profile tenants
- What is the current size of your team?
- Amount of square footage secured in 2018:
- What are some of the credentials/characteristics/values you look for when hiring your team – to ensure you offer the highest quality service possible?
Energy, and a university degree.
- What are Cresnia’s core values as a company?
We are dedicated to optimizing value, and securing our clients effectively designed working space.
- How would you describe the CRE atmosphere in Stockholm/Sweden?
It is a good market for our services but very difficult to find incentive savings due to low vacancy grade.
- What is the most valuable advice you can give a client in today’s overall CRE atmosphere?
To analyze the working space based on the knowledge of their staff’s needs and how they will utilize it; i.e. What does the typical working day look like and how can their space support staff in reaching their goals?
- Why is exclusively representing tenants important to you?
Yes I don’t like the other part of the industry; we like to only represent tenants because that is the most pure and loyal way to help tenants out. Also, in Sweden the property owner usually has an abnormal advantage – especially in Stockholm where we are active, hence the tenants especially need our advice and help.
- Most meaningful/valuable feedback you’ve received from a client:
“Don’t sell too hard.”
- Additional Comments/Information:
In order to succeed, our tenant reps must try to understand the customer experience.
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