DESIGNING THE NEXT GENERATION OF VALUATION GUIDANCE FOR
SUSTAINABILITY IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
The REVALUE partners analysed over 120 000 data points across four countries as part of its quantitative research to better understand the relationship between energy efficiency and value.
Updating international guidance for property valuation professionals encourages valuers to better reflect the benefits of energy efficiency upgrades in appraisals.
By taking this guidance to market, investors and financers will start to reflect energy efficiency in their risk assessments and cash flow projections, potentially unlocking additional streams of finance.
This can all help buyers and owners in making retrofit decisions and may well lead to more energy efficient homes.
Energy Efficiency Information and Valuation Practices in Rental Housing
A new article has been published in the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, co-written by REVALUE project partner,…
World Bank Land and Poverty Conference 2019: Catalyzing Innovation
On Friday the 29th of March, Ben Elder, the Global Director of Valuation at RICS and REVALUE project partner, will…
Energy efficiency and residential values: a changing European landscape
On the 5th of March, RICS, with the support of the REVALUE project, published an insight paper – Energy efficiency and residential values:…
The human dimension of building energy performance
On Friday the 22nd of February, project partner Maarja Meitern from Bax & Company presented the REVALUE findings at the…
Science for policy: Energy efficiency, the value of buildings and the payment default risk
The REVALUE project was featured in a recent report from the Joint Research Center, Energy efficiency, the value of buildings and…