CEO Rudolf Marloh

e.V., the German working group for environmental management. The return on funds for sustainable housing: The return on funds investing in apartment buildings and condominiums in North German cities from year of manufacture 1960 and pursue energetically sustainable exploitation of the stock to be purchased. Residential buildings are responsible for more than 30 percent of primary energy demand. Energy improvements can reduce the demand for primary energy depending on the year of manufacture up to 80%. For the existing objects of the first Fund is a consumption of primary energy from below 100 kWh/m2a and a total savings of 102 million kWh respectively 10.2 million liters of heating oil plan. Energy saved could be generate heat insulation material for a small town of about 4,000 single family homes. The return fund combines a planned after tax profit of 6,9Prozent per annum with the increased protection of tenants before continue rising energy prices. Be through early consultation with the authorities potentially given social tenants concerns taken into account.

24 real estate: The real estate 24 GmbH has a successful performance record in the field of acquisition, finance, object development, ongoing management and the marketing of apartment buildings and condominiums. Under the direction of CEO Rudolf Marloh, the real estate 24 has GmbH between 2002 and 2005 a residential real estate portfolio amounting to EUR 6.8 million purchased, with a yield of 7% managed and marketed with a profit amounting to 26% (IRR = 8% before taxes the GmbH). Before Mr Marloh had as sole Managing Director of Telos Haus and Grund GmbH of Hamburg from 1997 to 2000 a residential real estate portfolio by EUR 37.