SKILLS CERTIFICATIONS: THE ADDED VALUE OF THE REAL ESTATE APPRAISER IN THE ITALIAN MARKET
The value of the Real Estate Appraiser is of paramount importance in the context of the Italian housing market. With 72.4 percent of Italian households owning their own homes and 23.2 percent living in rented housing, the demand for expert consultants in the field is steadily growing.
This scenario is further underscored by data from the BES 2021 report on fair and sustainable welfare, which reports a 15.1 percent squatting rate for every 100 authorized constructions. In some regions, such as Campania, this rate goes as high as 48.8 percent, while in others, such as Trentino Alto Adige and Friuli Venezia Giulia, it stands at 3.2 percent.
These data highlight the need for qualified professionals in the real estate sector who are able to deal with the challenges and complexities of the Italian market. In this context, skills certifications play a major role.
RICEC, for example, provides a process for evaluating and verifying the skills of real estate appraisers in accordance with UNI 11558:2014. This certification process assures clients and all stakeholders that the professionals on RICEC’s register are competent for the stated activity.
In an ever-changing world, resilience, a desire for growth and continuous learning are critical for professionals who wish to invest in themselves. RICEC stands as a partner in this journey, offering support and helping to improve the quality of life of its certified members.
In conclusion, considering the significant percentage of households that own a home and the presence of a non-negligible rate of housing squatting, the importance of qualified real estate professionals becomes evident.
Competency certifications, such as those offered by RICEC, lend credibility and reliability to real estate appraisers, providing a guarantee of competence and professionalism for all those seeking assistance in Italy’s ever-changing real estate market.
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