Specialist Property Services and Sectors

Property Management

Performance of the financial, technical, legal and operational management of any type of real estate asset or portfolio, offering our clients technical solutions which enable the value of their properties to be optimised.

Main areas of activity

Asset management

We carry out the design, performance and supervision of the necessary tasks for the maintenance and comprehensive management of a property.

  • Financial management: budgeting, invoicing and collections.
  • Technical management: acceptance and commissioning, control and maintenance of installations, coordination of works and improvements.
  • Operational management: working standards, incident resolution and reporting.

Shopping centre management

We add value by giving the greatest attention to the property, the operators and the end client.

  • Asset management.
  • Management:
    • Real estate management.
    • Marketing management.
    • Administrative management.
  • Letting and re-letting.
  • Technical management and ECOP.

Technical consultancy

The knowledge obtained through the day-to-day technical management of our real estate portfolio allows us to provide technical consulting solutions that cover specific needs.

  • Technical auditing.
  • Due Diligence.
  • Consultancy / energy classification.
  • Cost optimisation.
  • LEED Certification.



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Key contacts

Alfonso Arroyo

Alfonso Arroyo

Executive Director
Real Estate Management


+34 91 319 13 14


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