Busan Appoints 13 Additional Global Real Estate Agencies for Foreigners

The City of Busan has selected thirteen global licensed real estate agents to help international residents realize real estate deals.

These global licensed realtors include seven English experts, three Japanese experts, and three Chinese-language experts.

With the newly added global licensed agents, the total number of realtor offices will increase from the previous 53 locations to 66.

An official from the city said that these global real estate agencies create a convenient living environment for the city’s foreign residents as well as help Busan grow into a global city.

These global real estate agencies specialize in real estate sales and lease agreements for foreign residents as well as providing free realtor services for multi-cultural families.

Please click here to view the list of global real estate agencies (English).

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