- The German real estate company has opened a new managerial position due to the strong growth registered in the three countries
- The objective of Macià, who was previously the General Director of MMC Barcelona, is to position the brand at the same level as in Germany and continue to lead the market of luxury real estate intermediation
Engel & Völkers' strong growth in Spain, Portugal and Andorra has made the Iberian Peninsula a strategic region for the German real estate company. After reaching very similar business levels in the DACH area (Germany, Austria and Switzerland), the company has created a new management position to manage the Spanish, Portuguese and Andorran markets from the central offices that Engel & Völkers has in Barcelona.
Juan-Galo Macià will be the new General Manager of Engel & Völkers for Spain, Portugal and Andorra. Until now he was the General Manager of the Metropolitan Market Centre (MMC) of Barcelona, a new business model that has been implemented with great success since its creation in August 2012 and where it has managed to intermediate sales worth more than 260 million Euros during the last four years.
Macià will be responsible for managing the growth of the 76 franchises that the real estate company has in the three countries and the Spanish MMCs -Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia-, with more than 1,000 real estate agents, targeting a sustained growth of 15 annual franchises for The next few years before reaching a total of 150 in Spain.