Trust Realty Partners was founded by Frans Landmeter, who has over 25 years of transaction experience in the Dutch real estate sector. For more than 21 years he worked at Jones Lang LaSalle where he was responsible for capital markets with a national focus on logistics and offices, plus all leasing and advisory business in the south of the Netherlands. Besides being part of the national management team and initiator/managing director of the JLL Eindhoven office he was also responsible for the client relationship with Royal Philips. Then Frans joined Somerset Capital Partners to afterwards start his own business in 2020.
Beginning 2022 he joined forces with Paris Real Estate Management together with its founder Marc Parijs, both aiming to further grow business in a solid and founded manner. Marc also has a long history in the Dutch real estate industry of which approximately 17 years at Bright! and its predecessor AAMC. There he was managing director for the property & asset management of several voluminous mixed real estate portfolios, including amongst others MEAG, RREEF, Deka, Corum, AXA, Union Investment, Credit Suisse and Invesco. Because of the diversity of the assets under management Marc has additional leasing, repositioning, renovation and development experience.
During mid 2022 also Thijs Selten joined the company as a partner. He has approximately 15 years of experience in real estate asset management at AAMC/Bright!, Ping Properties and Primevest Capital Partners. Thijs managed a variety of assets, including the operational performance of a pan-European parking portfolio. Asset management is Thijs’ main activity at Trust Realty Partners.
Having a large (inter)national network, plus the synergy of one having proper experience in transaction management and the other in asset management, Trust Realty Partners advises investors on business opportunities and manages their assets in the Netherlands. We constantly try to recognize and transact interesting input on the one side and also enjoy to serve as the purchaser’s asset manager to afterwards try to increase output on the other side. And because of this duality, we believe to have a practical and critical eye to what we advise to acquire.
We always wish to do business with our clientele instead of for our clientele only. Therefore, if possible, we prefer to participate via co-investments and/or performance based structures. This risk acceptance fortifies and clearly affirms our collective interest in doing business together.
Our playing field is always discrete and as much as possible under the public radar.