Nobody dreams of rehabilitating their home… true or false?


In AUNA, the permanent Forum on financing the renovation of buildings in Spain, after Debate 1 focused on ERESEE 2020, Webinar 1 arrives as the first of three events in the cycle dedicated specifically to DEMAND.

Webinar 1 Good practices, the first part, June 29 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Webinar 2 Good practices, the second part, July 20, 2021, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Debate 2, in September 2021, the date will be confirmed soon.

The Demand cycle inaugurates this structure of two events to review good practices as a basis for the debate and will be followed by the Supply and Value cycles, to conclude in the final event with the contribution of the AÚNA Forum to the financial aspects of the ERESEE 2023.

The consideration of the demand as an essential issue is confirmed by the fact that it appears as an initial cycle and that it was already addressed in the AUNA 0 Webinar that took place on April 29.

The activation of the demand, or to put it another way, the creation of interest among the buyers (who must eventually become satisfied users) of the rehabilitation becomes “the eternal pending issue” that now becomes even more critical due to the enormous tension between the opportunity of the Recovery Funds of Spain on the one hand and a generalized lower economic capacity on the other.

Although the pandemic has indeed brought a new way of seeing the home that favours the idea of ​​improving habitability, the energy rehabilitation of the building is not yet among the first interests of Spanish families… and yet for as rehabilitation acquires scale, many families will need to decide to rehabilitate.

How can the rehabilitation of the building be made to have an irresistible appeal?
What does it take to maintain this interest, without disappointing it?
Now it is a question of making a systematic review of some of the best practices that generate or sustain the demand, without excluding of course possible new ideas, although they have not yet become good practices…

This review of good practices from Webinars 1 and 2 will raise the questions to be answered at Discussion Table 2 that will take place in September.