‘New real estate performance criteria’ was the name of the seminar organized by online news outlet Quotidiano Immobiliare (Daily Real Estate), that was held yesterday at the Milan Innovation Campus in Peschiera Borromeo, the technological hub for real estate innovation.
The seminar brought attendees up to date and gave them further insight into combining technological innovation and real estate in order to offer the very best network that can improve real estate management performance. Nicolò Tarantino, CEO of Prelios Integra, took part in the event as a speaker, with a speech focusing on real estate performance, the importance of energy saving, and modernizing management models. “Linking the green economy to real estate entails investing in green property or in real estate sustainability,” said Tarantino, “the real estate sector has fostered an increasing awareness and focus on this area: it encourages around 60 institutional investors and more than 1,200 real estate companies across the world today to voluntarily put themselves forward for assessments conducted by specialist organizations, founded to examine the long-term environmental and social impact of real estate portfolios’ sustainability performance. In Italy today, 150Mtoe (tonnes of oil equivalent) are consumed, and the residential sector is the second biggest consumer, after transport, with a proportion of 28%. This is because approximately 25 million property units date back to before 1991, the year when the energy saving law was put into effect. With a modernized approach to real estate management, Prelios Integra sets out to protect real estate portfolios from risks relating to these factors, as a sustainable and responsible approach to real estate investment guarantees a range of tangible economic benefits, including better sale prices, higher rents and a stronger competitiveness on the market.”