Belair Property recently announc­ed the opening of a new office in Triq Sant’ Anna, Mellieħa, to better cater for the island’s northern region. The office and new team are led by director Victoria Spiteri, in partnership with director-partners Jean-Pierre Camilleri and Gilberto Arredondo.

The inaugural party was attended a large number of customers, developers, bank representatives, the Belair team and local council officials.

During her speech for the occasion Mrs Spiteri said: “For over 40 years Belair Property has re­mained a leader in the property sector by differentiating itself with a reputation for providing its network, whether customers or suppliers, an exceptional experience.

“I admire what the Belair leadership has built over the years and I couldn’t be more enthusiastic about being a partner participating in the growth of this organisation that for decades has focused on nurturing relationships with what is really a family rather than a team.

“The expansion is something new for Belair Property and continues to build on an already established business, ensuring that Belair Property remains on the forefront of Malta’s real estate agency sector.

“A great deal of growth has taken place in Malta during the real estate booms of the past 15 years, and the expansion into the north is key to preserving Belair Property’s ability to cultivate high-touch relationships. Belair Mellieħa is now a close neighbour to the property owners and developers in the area, something that has generated considerable excitement in the community the past few weeks since the office has become active.”

Mr Arredondo praised the Belair Mellieħa team and was very positive on the future: “Victoria and Jean worked tirelessly these past months to build this beautiful office, all credit goes to them. We all know there is so much activity in the market that every day brings a new discussion to the table about the future of the sector in Malta, and we’re going to give all we have in the north.”


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