Commercial real estate

Businesses in commercial leases as well as owners, tenants, and managers of commercial properties often have an interest that water and heat consumption be distributed as accurately and fairly as possible, and that consumption account will be prepared easily and efficiently.

In principle, the difference between commercial consumption accounts and accounts for residential properties is simply that the law does not place as many restrictions on the commercial accounts. This means that, in a business context, one has almost unlimited opportunities in the choice of allocation keys for different forms of shared costs. A good example would be a shopping mall. Here, the shared costs for common facilities, such as fountains, rides, and much more are distributed very precisely based on various allocation keys, which are agreed upon based on particular, local conditions. This ensures that the administrator will have a clear overview as well as coverage for the cost, while it also means fewer questions from tenants when the consumption accounts are compiled well and are correct.