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Buildings, Volume 10, Issue 2 (February 2020) – 16 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Assessment regarding the impact of Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) on the residential market [...] Read more. Assessment regarding the impact of Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) on the residential market is largely inconclusive. Using the opinion of qualified real estate agents, this paper explores whether, in Spain, EPC labels play any role in housing marketing. The results reveal a large misunderstanding of the EPC labels, since they are seen as a global home-quality indicator, while their impact on residential marketing is quite poor. Apparently, both supply and demand place a small interest in energy performance, although it is slightly larger for sellers/buyers in relation to lenders/tenants. However, realtors suggested interesting energy policies aimed at fostering efficient homes. View this paper.