The recovery is slowly starting for the real estate sector, reports Today Morocco in its edition of this Friday. The daily indicates that 63% of Moroccans express the wish to change housing over the next six months, according to the results of a study unveiled by Avito.
Note that this study was unveiled during a conference-debate organized by Avito in partnership with the National Federation of Real Estate Developers (FNPI). “This meeting aims to support professionals to revitalize activity after the period of health crisis. Presented by Zakaria Ghassouli, General Manager of Avito, and Vavina Betty, Marketing Director, this study indicates that the main criteria considered for a purchase are the price for 76%, the area for 67%, and the finish for 28 % of respondents ”, continues Today Morocco.
We learn that for the most common reasons for buying, 39% of people surveyed cite the lack of space in their current home, 24% the desire to acquire a property, 23% explain it by a change of city, and 9% by the wish to have a better standing.
In terms of financing, we note that 50% of respondents plan to take out a mortgage, 36% are considering the sale of real estate and 23% prefer to use their own financing. Regarding the impact of the health crisis on the purchasing decision, it should be noted that 40% of respondents explain having delayed their purchase because of the crisis, and 5% claim to have advanced their purchase, while for 51% of respondents, the crisis had no impact.
“During this exchange, Mehdi Adlouni, director of key accounts, highlighted the operation of lead management at Avito, providing professionals with key data for understanding market dynamics and for drawing lessons from the factors of success”, explains Avito. Mustapha Alali, vice-president of the FNPL in charge of the communication and events division, for his part, made a presentation on the recovery index of the real estate sector, to better understand and anticipate changes in the market.
Finally, the newspaper indicates that this conference-debate was marked by exchanges between professionals of the sector, thus fueling the reflection at a time when the operators of the real estate market are preparing for the recovery of the sector.