Experiments to Enhance Public Real Estate in Italy: the Case of the FIP Fund

Andrea Ciaramella


The Italian State’s real estate is involved in a boundary definition process which is still in progress. The experiments in process and the comparison between Public Administration and private operators often focus the debate on issues which relate to the financial instruments or the company vehicles which may be adopted. However, no enhancement is possible in the absence of an approach aimed at a precise knowledge of the characteristics of every individual building. The article summarizes the experiment of the most important public contribution investment fund achieved in Italy (Public Real Estate Investment Fund) and demonstrates the complex technical and managerial activity necessary to regularise the real estate and which is indispensable for making the management company’s objectives feasible.


Real Estate Investment Fund; Due diligence; Regularisation; Enhancement

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Techne-10838

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