Transaction Advisory Services

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Real Estate Transaction Advisory

EY's Real Estate Advisory Services group provides independent and objective real estate advisory services to owners, developers, builders, lenders/tenants and other consumers of real estate through the progressive methodology and innovative approaches.

The large number of projects conducted by our team and the accumulated practical experience gives us the confidence and ability to apply them to the needs of our clients and their business development.

A key approach of EY is the provision of integrated services. This means that we offer our clients a full range of services essential for the effective solution of a broad range of real estate issues such as:

  • Real estate appraisal
  • Hospitality and leisure advisory services
  • Project development and management
  • Comprehensive analysis of real estate projects
  • Advisory services on real estate mega-projects
  • Assistance in strategy development
  • Location advisory services
  • Strategic financing

Our approach is multidisciplinary, combining our real estate market knowledge with professional experience of our Assurance and Advisory, Tax & Legal, and Corporate Finance groups. It is oriented to find strategic business development solutions in order to meet each client's long-term business interests.

EY’s Global Real Estate Center gives an international perspective on the real estate market in Ukraine and the CIS countries. Extensive network of dedicated professionals offers entrepreneurial thinking and deep technical experience.

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Contact us

  • Phone: +380 44 490 30 00 (Kyiv)

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