AsiaPac International

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AsiaPac International is a provider of corporate international real estate and project management services headquartered in San Jose, California, United States.

History

The company was founded in 2001 by its CEO, Patrick Moultrup, who also founded Staubach International, which Forbes magazine recognized as the "#1 Real Estate Firm in the World in 2001."[1]

Services

Services offered by AsiaPac International include advisory, brokerage, investment, construction management, planning, interior design, project management, and sale-leaseback consulting.

Coverage

AsiaPac International has local representation in 60 markets around the world. Its offices are divided in nine Regional Service Centers (Caracas, Sao Paulo, London, Delhi, Seoul, Singapore, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Sydney) and thirty-four local offices (Monterrey, Mexico City, Santo Domingo, San Juan, San José, Bogotá, Lima, Curitiba, Buenos Aires, Lima, Dublin, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Munich, Athens, Vienna, Berlin, Istanbul, Cairo, Cape Town, Pune, Beijing, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Manila, Perth, Melbourne, and Brisbane.[2]

Partners

AsiaPac international is strategically partnered with nine premier U.S. real estate firms representing the interests of over 16,000 real estate professionals and their respective corporate clients.[3]

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