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Nexity wants to develop managed real estate

Nexity, France’s leading real estate developer, wants to accelerate its development in managed real estate (residences, coworking, etc.), according to its strategic plan for 2026 presented on Wednesday.

Our ambition, in 2026, is to be a global real estate operator, CEO Vronique Bdague told investors. This means that in 2026, Nexity will be able to respond to any real estate request from one of its customers.

Nexity, which has refocused its activity on France, intends to continue its transformation from a simple developer to a group offering a whole range of real estate services (trustee, rental management, advice, brokerage, etc.) and addressing all types of customers : individuals, companies, investors and communities.

We will be able to support our customers throughout their real estate life, we will always be present with them and in the end, this means that this presence on the services will allow us to nurture promotion, affirmed Ms. Bédague.

The group also wants to develop managed real estate, based on the model of its student residences and through coworking (shared offices) and coliving (shared accommodation with services).

We are going to deploy in the coming weeks an offer (…) intended for families, because the need is there, added the general manager.

Causes of this demand, the growing difficulties for individuals to access property, but also the development of teleworking and the appetite for housing further from city centers.

Nexity is aiming for a turnover of 6 billion euros in 2026, against 4.6 billion expected in 2022.

At the same time, the group wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions per square meter of its delivered buildings, aiming for a 30% drop in 2026 compared to 2019, and 42% in 2030.

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The acceleration of the deployment of the sustainable city offers Nexity a significant opportunity to gain market share in real estate development, thanks to its territorial network and the development of new low-carbon products that are more economical to use, the group explained in a press release.

Nexity thus aims to exceed 20% of the market share by 2030 in residential real estate, against a target of 14% in 2022. innovative.

Nexity’s announcements did not convince investors, its title having fallen on the stock market, losing more than 14% on Wednesday.

The group wishes to pay its shareholders a dividend of at least 2.50 euros per share each year from 2022 to 2026.

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