“In a company like ours, success is first and foremost that of a team, an assembly of skills and motivation.”
Younes Harakat CEO
Asset Management or the challenges of creating added value.
The Asset Manager’s main role is to determine and implement a strategy for all the assets in a property portfolio, aimed at optimizing and adding value to buildings over the short and long term.
It has several areas of work at its disposal to carry out its strategies:
The Asset Manager is mainly involved during the property’s holding period. In cooperation with the Property Manager, he or she is responsible for the following aspects:
- Financial analysis
- Identification of opportunities in line with strategy
- Financial structuring
- Optimization of asset yield
- Supervision of regulatory compliance
- The Asset Manager is also involved upstream of the acquisition to share his vision with the Investment Manager and refine the purchasing strategy.
The Property Manager’s mission is to manage real estate assets from a technical, regulatory, administrative and budgetary point of view.
Technical management is carried out on a day-to-day basis, with close collaboration and communication with external suppliers, while complying with current regulations.
It’s crucial to have a good address book of service providers so that you can cooperate efficiently, quickly and in a climate of trust, while safeguarding the interests of both tenant and owner by optimizing the property at the lowest possible cost.
It ensures proper management of expenses, checking invoices and allocating them in collaboration with the finance department.
The Property Manager works in close collaboration with the Asset Manager for the registration of leases, the inventory of fixtures and the handover of the property.
It’s a job that requires good management and resistance to stress in order to be able to coordinate worksites and respond favorably and positively to tenants’ various requests and emergencies.
From the collection of investment opportunities to the preparation of financing dossiers, the investment department is always on the lookout for new projects that meet our investment criteria.
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This complex mission varies according to the profile of each fund and investor, from medium-term mortgage financing to leasing, mezzanine or bond financing.
Financing’s main tasks are :
- Defining the terms and conditions for subscribing or setting up the vehicle
- Finding the most appropriate co-financing for the operation
- Search for complex financing.
- Proactive loan management
Financing is a role that requires solid financial and banking expertise, with the ability to understand and analyze contract clauses and their implications. He or she must also have excellent relations with the banks to negotiate the best possible offers.
Financing is a very useful lever when it comes to real estate investment: it can be used to contribute to a good return on investment, or even to maximize investment profits.
Financing can also be used to buy and improve properties at attractive prices, as well as to diversify the real estate investment portfolio.