The firm is owned and operated by Ilona Mancikova, who also stands at the helm of Czech Republic Sotheby’s International Realty and Croatia Sotheby’s International Realty. The flagship office of Slovakia Sotheby’s International Realty is located in the capital city of Bratislava and will serve the luxury residential real estate markets throughout the surrounding metropolitan area and into the High Tatras Mountain region.
“Slovakia is an attractive location for global investors and corporations with its proximity to other important European business hubs, such as Vienna,” said Philip White, president and chief executive officer Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. “Ilona and her team have a well-established presence in the region, and we are proud to support their efforts in this new market.”
“We are focused on meeting our client’s lifestyle requirements in order to help them find their dream home whilst experiencing tailor-made professional service of the world-renowned Sotheby’s International Realty® brand,” said Mancikova. Bratislava is located on the banks of the river Danube, bordering Austria and Hungary, and offers a range of home styles from new high-end residential developments and unique villas. “Thanks to our global network, we can offer local clients and investors real estate from around the world – from luxury mountain chalets in Austria to summer homes in Florida with a warranty of premium service,” added Mancikova.
Slovakia Sotheby’s International Realty looks forward to collaborating with local brands, designers and architects and supporting local artists by displaying their artwork in their new Bratislava office as they do in Czech Republic and Croatia. The opening of the Slovakia Sotheby’s International Realty office this year is symbolic as it shares the occasion of the one hundred year anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia – in October 1918, Czechoslovak republic was established after WW1. The addition of this company to the brand’s global network celebrates and commemorates the depth of the Czech-Slovak connection.