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A new firm called Casa de Campo Real Estate has been created and will operate the Costasur real estate operation, acting as the new brokerage arm of Costasur.
It has been an easy transition since the principles of the companies had similar objectives: better business and better customer service. By combining the resources and clientele of the two top real estate brokerages in Casa de Campo, the new company will naturally become the very best brokerage resource for the villas, properties and rentals here.
“This will be a classic merger where the companies have complimentary strengths and together can boost sales and continuing growth for the Casa de Campo community. We plan to work closely with the Casa de Campo Hotel in all marketing efforts, update the offices in the Casa de Campo Hotel Lobby and the Marina Casa de Campo, as well as create a new web site to capture clients and organize all the listings in an easy-to-use format. We will also work closely with local and international real estate agents to sell and rent as many properties as possible.” Said Crista Ryan, President of Casa de Campo Real Estate, at a recent breakfast meeting with Casa de Campo Living. She also added, “Casa de Campo villa owners and residents are very welcome to come visit us at the sales offices in the Marina Casa de Campo or the Casa de Campo Hotel.”
Also present at the breakfast were the Principal Owner and the Vice President Administrator of Costasur Dominicana, Pepe Fanjul Jr. and Alfonso Paniagua respectively. Both were clearly enthusiastic and eager to point out that the new entity; Casa de Campo Real Estate will function as the new brokerage arm of Costasur development.
Mr. Paniagua shared his thoughts; “Costasur is very excited with this newly created vehicle, which we feel will add additional value to the resort owners properties.”
In fact, the first responsibility of the new company will be to announce and market Casa de Campo’s newest neighborhood, Caleton. Located next to the Punta Aguila neighborhood, Caleton includes Casa de Campo’s last 14 untouched oceanfront parcels.