Known for its year-round mountain lifestyle and uninhibited views across the Swiss Alps, Crans-Montana has something to offer everyone. From golfing and skiing to shopping and night-life, this vibrant mountain town is as diverse as its loyalists. With the Sion International Airport less than an hour away, Crans-Montana has attracted international jet-setters for decades. Sportsmen and spectators are naturally drawn to this mountain town for its world-class events such as the Audi FIS World Cup, Longines Horse Jumping Championships and the Omega European Golf Masters. Over 140 km of ski pistes are groomed throughout the winter and an even larger range of hiking trails throughout the summer. Sun-drenched plateaus and endless possibilities of entertainment make Crans-Montana a luxurious option for those who have discovered this prized destination.
Ivana joins the Steiger&Cie Sotheby’s International Realty group with years of experience in real estate. Having collaborated with various agencies in a number of key roles Ivana has chosen to specialize in brokerage. Over 10 years have passed and real estate has bloomed as a passion for Ivana. As an active resident of Crans-Montana she knows this particular market very well. You can certainly find Ivana taking a stroll on the golf course or in one of the shops, restaurants or hotels that animate this wonderful resort.
Born into the world of architecture and real estate, Ludivine carved her own path while following in the footsteps of her family. Thanks to her academic travels, her linguistic prowess and her federal real estate brokers patent, the USPI, she is able to answer all your expectations pertaining to alpine real estate. You will find Ludivine on the slopes, the golf course or on the many hiking trails around Crans-Montana where she lives year-round.
After graduating from the renown Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Oliver began his career with Hyatt Hotels & Resorts before returning to his beloved Saanenland region where he opened and operated several restaurants and bars with friends. After his foray as a restauranteur he relocated to Zermatt where he would expand his service experience in dealing with a discerning clientele within the realm of luxury real estate. Oliver remains in Zermatt where he enjoys the international environment.
Born and raised in Switzerland, Nicolas Koch has extensive experience living and working in an international environment. Since earning a degree in Management Studies, he has spent time in Geneva and St. Barths providing a variety of customer services to international clients. After relocating to Verbier in 2007 Nicolas has focused his experience in real estate, property management, and event planning. Nicolas builds and maintains excellent relationships with his clients, and shares their love for the region, mountains, and alpine architecture.
After spending 20 years managing his various companies in the music industry, Florian Steiger founded Steiger&Cie Sotheby’s International Realty in order to leverage his passion for the Swiss Alps and create an expertise developing some of the most coveted real estate properties in Zermatt, Verbier & Crans-Montana. Beyond property knowledge he is a seasoned and extremely well-connected adviser for any project in the finest alpine resorts where he has been hiking and skiing since childhood.
Maud Udry-Alhanko is partner in the private client group of the law firm MLL in Geneva. Admitted to the Swiss and New York bars, Maud advises clients in their relocation to Switzerland, in particular with regard to their immigration, taxes, real estate. She also has considerable experience in family law matters, with an emphasis on matrimonial and estate issues, most often with a strong international component. Maud holds an LL.M. from Duke University and is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Jean-Charles Roguet graduated from the University of Geneva in 1965. He started his career as a junior associate in the law firm Lachenal, Dutoit, Brechbühl & Cottier. He was admitted to the bar in 1967 and he was an associate of the firm until 1972. In 1972, he created his own law firm Auberson & Roguet. In 1992, he joined as partner the law firm Lachenal, Brechbühl, Cottier, Roguet, which, in 2001, merged with Pestalozzi Gmuer & Patry, later known as Pestalozzi Lachenal Patry and today as Meyerlusterberger/Lachenal. His practice areas are corporate and commercial law, immigration and sport law. He is the trusted advisor of renowned private clients and is a board member of numerous Swiss foundations.