52% of co-owners surveyed want the work to be compulsory

52% of co-owners surveyed want the work to be compulsory
52% of co-owners surveyed want the work to be compulsory

A Primesenergy study shows that co-owners are far from being reluctant to renovation work. What they want above all is readability and stability.

What if ultimately the co-owners were not as reluctant as one might think to renovate their accommodation? A study* which will undoubtedly break down a certain number of preconceived ideas about co-ownerships and energy renovation.

Study which could well inspire the parties running for these legislative elections. The PrimesEnergie platform says that the majority of co-owners are in favor of an obligation to carry out work and only a small majority calls for the postponement of the ban on colanders for rental.

Penalties for reluctant owners

The study carried out by PrimesEnergie shows that 52% of co-owners would agree that the work should become compulsory. Even more spectacular: 60% of them would like those who have sufficient means but who slow down during votes in general meetings to be sanctioned.

In reality the priority for them is the readability and stability of the rules and aids. Thus 78% of co-owners are calling for a law to guarantee aid over several years. Stability and time. If 1 in 2 co-owners (54% precisely) are in favor of postponing the ban on rental colanders, it is mainly to be able to carry out the work gradually. So 79% of them want to maintain assistance for simple actions rather than focusing everything on overall renovation.

*Methodology:

Sample of 527 people, representative of apartment owners aged 18 and over. The interviews were carried out from May 31 to June 4, 2024.

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