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The Guru of Spain’s Property Developers Sees a Future in the Residential Sector, Specifically, in the Rental Segment

Vía Ágora, the new real estate company led by the president of the Spanish property developers, Juan Antonio Gómez Pintado, is opting for the sale and rental of homes, based on the planned transfer of land from the public administrations.

Juan Antonio Gómez Pintado is a specialist in residential property development and his companies always offer a differentiating feature that distinguishes their developments … As well as when it comes to selling them, – with skill and at the right time-, to start over.

In the case of Agofer, sold to the Cordoban Sando Group for 220 million euros in 2007, it was a family business that diversified geographically and that dared to take the leap outside of Spain. With Vía Célere, he made industrialised development his hallmark, before going on to sell the firm – ten years later and with the economic cycle in his favour – to the fund Värde Partners in 2017. And now he is talking about sustainability and rental homes with his new company, Vía Ágora.

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