is an old school real estate professional with the charm of the young at heart. Specialising in real estate agency and appraisal, he and his team work both nationally and internationally. As former president of Fiabci Switzerland (the world’s only global real estate association), he also worked for several years as European president and delegate to the UN in Geneva. As a co-owner of QIMMO Ltd., which specialises in brokering commercial real estate in Europe, he has good international connections.
Multilingualism, cosmopolitanism and enthusiasm. Both a global player and well connected nationally with memberships in the SVIT (former appraisal expert); the USPI and the appraisal expert chamber of the Swiss Real Estate Association (SVIT). He vehemently stands up for the image of the reputable real estate agent. As a column author, he often takes aim at “third-class real estate agents”. Weyermann takes an active part in managing the image of the real estate agent, for example at podium discussions, lectures or as a guest speaker. Weyermann: “There are no statutory requirements for the job description of the real estate agent in Switzerland. Anyone who feels capable of practising this profession can buy and sell properties without proof of relevant qualification. The reputable real estate agent is not only a broker, but also a consultant with special knowledge acquired only thanks to a qualified education. People often advertise using impressive sounding titles. These were acquired through internal crash courses and do not constitute a recognised education. Find out more from the SVIT or the USPI.”