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Ranilović: Real estate sales in the center of Zagreb fell by about forty percent

The president of the Real Estate Association at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Dubravko Ranilović, said in the show "Studio 4" that new construction is currently being sought in the city of Zagreb, but that this trend is present throughout Croatia.

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The earthquake reversed trends in the real estate market

The earthquake that hit Zagreb in March last year, in the past almost 12 months, in addition to halving traffic, completely reversed trends in the real estate market. Sales of apartments and business premises in the center of the metropolis have almost died out, and buyers are mostly looking for quality new construction on the outskirts of the city.

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Rent Rolls – How to get the most out of your data

Whether you are a property owner or a property manager, steady rental income equates to a well-streamlined cash flow. The rent roll data builds the foundation for day-to-day operations in asset and investment management. They also built the foundation for the valuation of the asset. Therefore, accurate and consistent data is crucial to make the right decisions. Why are rent rolls so important? The rent roll is an all-purpose document that can be used by buyers, sellers, property managers, real estate investors, landlords, and lenders. But there’s a lot more to it than first meets the eye. While many real estate practitioners may focus on the PnL and balance sheet, the rent roll for a rental property can provide a surprising amount of details. Who uses it and for which purpose? A rent roll provides landlords with a quick overview of their tenant base and related income. It’s also an important document used in commercial real estate transactions since many investors and banks request the rent roll as part of their due diligence process. The rent roll can also provide an early warning sign to property managers and owners that a problem may be arising with the tenant. The property or unit could then be pre-marketed for lease early enough to reduce the amount of downtime due to vacancy and repairs. A quick look at the rent roll will tell a buyer and seller whether the property has been generating stable gross rental income. Comparing the fair market rent to the current amount the tenant is paying allows for the possibility to increase the value of the asset simply by raising the payments. When purchasing a property, a lender wants to see a proper rent roll in your loan application. Landlords also use a rent roll document to do market research by comparing the average rent on their units with those currently on the market. If their rents are lower, they can list those with expiring leases at the higher market rates and boost their income. Real estate investors use a rent roll to verify the current rental income, search for upside potential in the rental property, and to anticipate problems with future cash flow. A prospective buyer might notice that the majority of the leases on a rent roll report are at above-market rates and expire in the next couple of months, suggesting that rental income could decline significantly after acquiring the rental property. How to get the best out of you rent roll data? Measure, analyze, forecast, and react Assetti can help you to measure and forecast your rental income easily. You can view and sort your properties by name, area, end date, monthly rent, or rental level (monthly or annual rent/m2 or square footage – yes, Assetti confirms to different conventions!). Additionally, we offer filtering and tag search. That means you can use tags for searching a specific kind of lease or rent-roll. With the help of filters, you can view leases by the lease ending time, status, tenant type, unit type, lease term and property type. Sliding filters can also classify the data by the leased area, monthly rent, or the notice period. All of this allows you to only view the data that you need for your current evaluation. Analyze vacancies and occupancy For investors, vacancy is usually a dreaded word. You want to focus on minimizing vacancy and getting occupancy as high as possible so that the properties generate the maximum income. With our visualized KPIs, you can easily see, in real-time, which properties have a high or low occupancy or vacancy rate. Control rent rolls with lease notifications When managing rent rolls in Assetti, the special status of a lease is expressed in colour-coded stamps. These include a pre-lease agreement, pending lease which has not yet started or a finished for a lease that has already ended.  You can also activate unique alerts to remind you of expiring leases.  React to changes and increase potential Whatever action you decide for your customers or tenants, we can help you to make the influence on your cashflow visible. For example, you can model an alternative budget for the year, based on the changed situation. It gives you answers to the burning questions asset managers, investors, landlords, and banks have: How will the rent discounts or suspended payments affect the finances of the real estate investments? But you are also able to make a demographic-specific analysis and see, with a couple of steps, who are your tenants and what is the overall risk in terms of leased area, rental income, or geographical risks. Understanding your risk exposure will help you to capture the “big picture” situation with Asseti’s KPIs. Rent roll analysis and KPIs With Assetti, you can analyse your data for a specified period; one month, a quarter, a year or a customized amount of time. We offer three separate views of our KPIs. You can see your data as a list, as a trend chart or as a dashboard. When it comes to getting the most out of your rent roll data, Assetti doesn’t just help you to understand your data. We also automate and visualize many of the necessary, daily metrics related to property asset management. Curious how we can make your rent rolls better? Want to see with your data? This article was published by Stefanie on 09/02/2021 on Assetti.pro    

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Real estate prices are still rising, in Rijeka the most expensive compared to last year

From the beginning of 2019 until today, the asking prices of apartments in the largest Croatian cities have increased the most in Rijeka, by 16 percent, followed by Osijek with 10 percent, while in Zagreb they have risen by 8.7 percent, according to an analysis on Wednesday.

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What has been happening with real estate prices in the last two years? Apartment prices have risen the most in this city

That the changes that have taken place in the last year do not in any way affect the upward trend in apartment prices in Rijeka is shown by the latest data from the beginning of this year, according to which the average price per square meter of 1780 euros is 16 percent higher than in January 2019.

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How to keep apartment and co-living residents well-informed during COVID-19

It seems like the entire world has been shut down by the recent coronavirus outbreak. While the situation is unprecedented and dynamic, there are still some ways that property managers can get in front of the challenge and help their tenants stay safe and healthy. This is true for offices but even more true for multifamily and co-living properties, where millions of people are now sheltering in place around the world. Communication, communication, communication Beyond simply following the rules, residential property managers should realize that they will be viewed as authority figures during the crisis. That means they should be extra careful to only share carefully-vetted, official information and instructions, since spreading misleading information during a pandemic is like shouting "fire!" in a theater.   As bulletin boards are being replaced with community platforms, it seems to be that they are not only faster but a needed tool in this challenging period. The ability to convey a message quickly and seamlessly, in selected buildings or portfolio-wide, seems to be even more crucial these days also for property managers, as we can see many of them share tips on how to protect and present precautions they have introduced.   Using the newsfeed     Good communication during a crisis like this is absolutely essential, particularly for residential managers. Spaceflow's newsfeed feature can be very useful in this regard, as it provides an opportunity for highly relevant, hyperlocal content to be posted and disseminated throughout property communities. People shouldn't have to struggle to find timely, locally-relevant information about the coronavirus and their community's response efforts.   Using push notifications   At the same time, this gives local property managers a chance to share tips and advice on how to stay safe during the outbreak.   That's what's push notifications are for – to get the message across quickly.   Residential managers should encourage their residents to hunker down in their units rather than to spend their time in the common areas. Hopefully these spaces are well-designed (for some inspiration, check out our article on biophilic touches in buildings). Co-living properties have it particularly tough. In these spaces, it's even a good idea to encourage roommates to stick to themselves rather than congregating in the shared areas of each suite. Even if you aren't sick, who knows whether your roommates are?   Using bookings and promoting services   There's no better time than now to promote services that are not barred from running, like food delivery, digital services, like remote education, online fitness, streaming or cleaning services. If your partner companies provide on-demand service directly in your property or space, use booking feature. Using chat   Despite the challenges of this type of living, though, there are still ways to make things a little easier while the going is tough. Communities with Spaceflow can use our chat functionality to coordinate grocery and supply runs, thus maximizing the number of people that can remain safely at home and avoiding pointlessly doubling up on shopping trips.   Using 'Join me for'   One thing except for chat that makes organizing things easier is Spaceflow's 'Join me for' feature. As a community manager or simply someone active in your community, you can easily create an event. Why not recommend everyone watch a selected movie in the security of their own bedroom, and share their thoughts and reviews in the comments in the app afterward? Also, you can share. For example, in our building Ressourcerækkerne, users invite others to delicious cakes and to stop-by in a near-by coffee place. In difficult times, communities are more important than ever. And we are hopeful as we see that people in residencies and co-living projects that use Spaceflow offer help to each other in the app during coronavirus outbreak.   Examples from our clients   Getting creative like that can be crucial to keeping residents as happy as possible during the outbreak. It's a very bad idea to organize community events within the apartment complex, but people can still have fun separately. Our recent article on maintaining a community while people are working from home has some great solutions, such as leveraging gamification, that residential managers can take advantage of as well.   Property managers of apartments and co-living properties can also take some inspiration from what one Spaceflow-enabled building, Gravity co-living in London, is doing during quarantine. Not to be deterred by the crisis, Gravity's managers have used Spaceflow to   stay in regular communication with their residents provide recommendations and reminders of partner businesses that could be useful during the outbreak, like cleaning services and food delivery kits, including discount codes. curate a list of online services that can help keep people stimulated and happy during the quarantine, such as online learning providers and virtual gym memberships.     Finally, Gravity's team did some particularly interesting: they planned a series of events. Not big in-person events, though, but rather virtual ones such as quiz and game nights that can be engaged with from the safety of the unit. Between Spaceflow and apps like Skype, any number of virtual events can easily be held in apartments large or small.   Just offering simple things like that can make all the difference for residents who may be paying top dollar expecting a great amenities package. While the primary goal of every property manager right now should be to keep their residents safe, there is no reason people can't have ease during this outbreak, as well. Have questions how you can use this in your property, community, membership club or any other type of space? Get in touch at [email protected] or simply sign up your space in 1 one minute here.

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How much did the corona affect real estate prices in Croatia? "Zagreb has not yet reached its maximum"

The corona crisis also affected the supply of real estate, but did it also affect prices?

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The earthquake shook the real estate market in the center of Zagreb

Few people want an apartment in the center, in some neighborhoods traffic fell by more than 50 percent

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