After a holding period of approx. five to ten years, the main capital appreciation measures have been implemented, vacancy eliminated and rental income adjusted accordingly. Further increases in value are often no longer to be expected. This well-maintained and professionally prepared portfolio is therefore ideally suited for sale to a larger investor. Demand for well-prepared residential real estate portfolios has remained high for many years, and we expect it to continue to rise in view of current developments. The fund management is constantly monitoring the markets. If the timing seems favourable, it can be sold successfully. Otherwise, the investor will continue to benefit from the high current distribution until the optimum sale date. This degree of freedom has been very successfully implemented in all funds designed by PI for the benefit of investors.
Integrated data and program management for real estate Linking accounting, real estate management and technology
Hardly any other industry uses as many different computer programs as the real estate industry. In addition to the central accounting functions, the focus is on solutions for contract management, facility management and staff deployment planning. However, technical applications for building management and the maintenance of heating systems are also in daily use. The problem is that the programs are difficult to link together. Nowhere is the need for integration more pronounced than in the real estate sector. This is where actesy from St. Gallen comes in.
Anyone who deals with real estate management must combine a wide variety of disciplines: Accounting, controlling, contract management, building management, project management, technical application and communication. However, the problem for managers in the real estate industry is that they have to combine completely different applications into a meaningful business process.
This is seldom successful, because the applications in the real estate industry are as diverse as the task area itself. There is practically no holistic view of the range of tasks. This is why every company must reinvent the IT infrastructure for itself and its business processes. Most integration projects fail because isolated solutions can be connected.