Projects & Publications

Comparative analyses

 

UIPI is conducting comparative analyses on national policies and regulations relevant to landlords and owner-occupiers. These analyses are based on practitioners’ expertise, rather than academic research. Their objective is to foster the exchange of information and best practices among the member associations of UIPI, but also to contribute to larger political debates at national and European level.

UIPI recent analyses focused on:

  • Comparison of national legislation relevant to the private rented sector,
  • Comparison of national taxation related to property. Find out more here.
 

Taxation – Comparative Analyses

Taxation – Comparative Analyses Taxation is a matter of crucial importance for property owners. Therefore, on a regular basis, UIPI enacts a comparative study on real estate taxation in some European countries. These analyses are based on inputs from practionners, i.e. tax experts from national associations members of the UIPI. Taxation Report 2003 The

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Landlords in Europe

Landlords in Europe Report The Landlords in Europe Report was launched in November 2013 in the European Parliament. The report is a comparative analysis that looks at the private rented market in Europe from a practitioner‘s point of view; highlighting the key issues which landlords face in order to improve

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Awareness raising and training to foster energy efficiency renovations

 

UIPI recognises the need to promote energy efficiency renovation among property owners.

Therefore, UIPI is keen on participating in EU wide training and awareness raising activities aiming at equipping property owners with the knowledge to assess energy efficiency solutions and funding opportunities.

UIPI recent analyses focused on:

  • Comparison of national legislation relevant to the private rented sector,
  • Comparison of national taxation related to property. Find out more here.

UIPI recent analyses focused on:

  • Comparison of national legislation relevant to the private rented sector,
  • Comparison of national taxation related to property. Find out more here.
 

Expertise and information dissemination on research projects

 

UIPI believes in the need to conduct research to identify innovative technical solutions for buildings and to better understand the real estate and building sectors.

Therefore, we are willing to contribute to EU projects in which we can provide technical, legal, economic and sociological inputs to help these projects to better assess the needs and constraints of our sector. Additionally, we consider that our members can benefit from the knowledge that can be gained from these initiatives.

 

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