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Polish real estate professionals are facing deregulation of the profession in their country. Is this an opportunity? Read more
This report analyses regulation of real estate professions and characteristics of housing markets. Read more
To follow this debate it is important to look both at the reasons behind the regulation. An opinion. Read more
On 18 June Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, published its estimated figures for seasonally adjusted production in the construction sector for April 2014 compared with March 2014. For the euro area production was up by 0.8% and for the EU 28 by 0.6%. In March 2014 production in construction fell by 0.3% and 0.2% respectively.
As every year, the Dutch association of estate agents (NVM) organised a study trip, this time in Belgium and to Brussels on 4 to 7 September last. An occasion to discover more concretely how a European federation, with a logo little known to them, responds to the aspirations of professionals and works on subjects which touch on their daily working life.
Grzegorz Dobrowolski was elected member of the CEPI Board in last April and became active member of the Policy Working Group. He is a privileged observer of the Polish market and is very critical of the recent decision to deregulate many professions among which the real estate ones. An interview.
It is with sadness that we learnt of the death of Andrea Merello, former President of the Italian association ANACI and of the Confédération européenne des administrateurs de biens (CEAB/CEPI). If he held the presidency of CEAB in 2003 and 2004, it was from 1993 that he committed himself to the defence and development of the profession both in Italy and at the European level.
At the beginning of the new term of the European Parliament the existing intergroups are required to resubmit their applications for establishment. Intergroups can be formed of MEPs from any political group and any committee, with a view to holding informal exchanges of views on particular subjects and promoting contact between MEPs and civil society. CEPI calls for the continuation of the URBAN Intergroup which existed in the last parliament and the enlargement of its scope to include real estate issues at large.