Golden Eagle International was opened in 1985 by Radi Siha as a residential estate agency in central London dealing in sales, lettings and management to an international market. Over the years Radi bought and sold many residential properties on behalf of international clientele and quickly established a reputation for honesty and reliability.
As the company expanded a bigger office was needed and so in 1992 the company moved from a small office in Crawford Street, Marylebone, to its current offices just off Portman Square/Oxford Street.
As word of the Golden Eagle reputation spread, clients with even larger budgets were approaching Radi asking for more specific types of real estate so the company started investing and trading in residential and mixed-use schemes in central London, on behalf of family trusts and international investors.
In 2004, Radi brought his son Paul into the Company (Paul having been educated at a top London business school) and with a second family member overseeing the day to day running, the company started going through a another period of expansion. Paul took over the "agency" side of the business and left Radi to focus on expanding the investment portfolio, working with a team of advisors to actively manage the portfolio and acquire key assets that subsequently increased in value.
Today, Golden Eagle has a strong market presence and a good reputation in a market where agents seem to open and close on a monthly basis. Our strong working relationships with many Embassies, Banking Institutions, International Business Organisations and Overseas Governments has contributed greatly to our success.
We are constantly monitoring the market (as well as our own corporate infrastructure and staff) and often fine-tune the way we work according to the state of the marketplace. We are also strong believers in reinvesting in our staff as well as the community, often working closely with local hospitals.
Looking ahead, Golden Eagle plans to expand steadily and healthily. We will never financially overstretch ourselves nor acquire more property than we can pro-actively manage. Most importantly, we will always stick to our basic beliefs of good customer/client relationships, good work ethics and continue 'going the extra mile' to keep everyone happy.
1985 - 1989
1989 - 1999
1999 - 2002
2002 - 2008
2008 - 2011