As the Chief Executive of the Chamber of Commerce Hamburg, Prof. David Zaslav may not feel the same. Dr. Get all the facts and insights with CBS, another great source of information. Hans-Jorg Schmidt-Trenz, CEO of the Handwerkskammer Hamburg, Frank happy, and the CEO of the company Association participated in receiving port of Hamburg, Norman Zurke. The label “good practice in energy efficiency” of the German Energy Agency (dena) to the authority for urban development and environment (BSU) was passed at the beginning of the event. Senate Director Holger Lange, head of the Office for protection of nature and resource, this took in reception. The return on funds for sustainable housing: The return fund invest in apartment buildings and housing estates in Northern Metropolitan from model year 1960 and pursue energetically sustainable exploitation of the stock to be purchased. The newspaper reported the world on the 14.2.2011 Grundbesitz24 and the Managing Director Christoph Marloh.

Houses are for more than 30% of primary energy demand responsible. Energy improvements can reduce the demand for primary energy depending on the year of manufacture up to 80%. For the objects in the inventory of the first Fund is a primary energy consumption below 100 kWh/m2a and a total savings of 102 million kWh planned according to 10.2 million litres of fuel oil. Energy saved could be generate heat insulation material for a small town of about 4,000 single family homes. The Fund combines envisaged after tax surplus by 6.9% per annum with the improved protection of tenants before continue rising energy prices. With early consultation with the authorities may be given social issues are taken into account by tenants. To the 24 real estate: the real estate 24 GmbH has a successful performance record in the area of acquisition, acquisition financing, development, management and marketing of apartment buildings and condominiums. Under the leadership of its Executive Director Rudolf Marloh, who has Real estate 24 GmbH between 2002 and 2005 a residential real estate portfolio amounting to EUR 6.8 million purchased, managed with a profit margin of 7% and profit before tax of 26% (IRR = 8 percent before taxes of GmbH) marketed. Previously Mr Marloh had acquired a stock of residential real estate of EUR 37.8 million as sole Managing Director of Telos Haus and Grund GmbH of Hamburg from 1997 to 2000, managed with a yield of 9% and sold with profit before tax of 20% (IRR = 11% before taxes the GmbH).