Two real estate diagnosis federations are calling for an adapted DPE
By means of a letter addressed to the Minister Delegate for the City and Housing, Olivier Klein, two real estate diagnostic federations, the CDI Fnaim and the Fidi, have requested that the 3CL calculation methodology of the DPE – entered into force July 1, 2021 – be reviewed. According to them, “without specific weightings for small surfaces”, the DPE “unduly penalizes them in terms of classification and the possibility of extracting them from thermal sieves”. They thus propose the establishment of a weighting coefficient.
“We proposed to the minister that our federations get involved, together, with government services in this project of weighting coefficients adapted within the 3CL calculation methodology”, summarizes Yannick Ainouche, president of the CDI Fnaim. “It is indeed a matter of fairness and reliability of the DPE which seems important to us to carry out so that the owners of small surfaces are not harmed. ” indicates the president of the CDI-FNAIM Yannick Ainouche.
“In town and in Paris in particular, the question of the downgrading without solution in F or G of small surfaces by the DPE is a source of distress for many owners, in particular modest ones, for whom the rental income is essential”, specifies as for him Lionel Janot, President of Fidi. “However, in our opinion, there are possibilities of reviewing certain coefficients without changing the entire 3CL method. »