SPOT ON WHEN IT COMES TO REAL ESTATE
What makes a quality property management company? Personal relationships with investors and tenants, extensive experience with demanding customers, and above all the knowledge that property manage-ment is not only about administration, it is also about responsibility – as exemplified by Tattersall-Lorenz.
A FEEL FOR REAL ESTATE
A feel for real estate, an eye for details, excellent networking, know-how and market knowledge – all of these, and much more, are what Tattersall·Lorenz Immobilienverwaltung und -management stands for. Tattersall·Lorenz offers a comprehensive, one-stop service in the fields of (technical) property management, finance & accounting, (technical) asset management, project management, letting and condominium management. “Our team of experienced specialists have proven their competence on a large number of projects”, explains Managing Partner Susanne Tattersall, who looks back on more than 20 years of professional experience in the real estate sector. As Tattersall explains, “In addition to our strategic competence, professional consultancy services and creative solutions, we attach great importance to cultivating close relationships with our investors, interested parties and tenants. Personalised advice is our trump card”.
RECORD 2018 AND EDUCATION MANDATE
The success of the medium-sized company with offices in Berlin, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Stuttgart serves as proof. Tattersall·Lorenz currently manages 332 properties at 230 locations across Germany with a total lettable area of around 2.6 million square metres, almost twice as much as at the end of 2017. The company’s largest new mandates in 2018 included the property management of a real estate portfolio in Berlin and Lower Saxony, comprising a rental area of 108,000 square metres of retail, hotel, office and logistics, as well as a mandate from Union Investment for 18 office properties and five hotels in North Rhine-Westphalia, Frankfurt, Berlin and Dresden with a total rental area of 200,000 square metres. In response to these new mandates, Tattersall increased its headcount from 87 to 126. “The last financial year was marked by major growth. We are pleased that the market now perceives us as an exciting employer”, observes Susanne Tattersall, who is keen to promote the qualification and development of skilled workers within the real estate industry. Since 2018, the company has been part of the YouPM (You Property Manager) initiative, which last year developed the “Commercial Property Manager (IHK)” training course in close collaboration with the EBZ Academy. The first course got underway in January 2019 and Tattersall·Lorenz enrolled some of its employees on the pilot course. In 2018, Tattersall·Lorenz also joined ZIA, the German Property Federation, as a member of the “Digitalisation” panel – a further step into the future.