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Society of the Holy Child Jesus
Society of the Holy Child Jesus
Services rendered:
  • Property Finding
  • Valuation of the estate to be purchased
  • Technical, Documentary, Urban Planning, Cadastral Due Diligence and structural analysis
  • Negotiation with the Congregation selling the property
  • Offer to purchase
  • Contracts
  • Assistance up to the the notary deed
  • Selection of architects and assignment of the project for the renovation
  • Selection of the construction companies and tender
  • Move planning and management
  • Project Management
  • Reports to the Society Leadership Team
The Society of the Holy Child Jesus, an International Women's Religious Congregation, has decided to change the Generalate in Rome.
It has entrusted us with the task of searching for a new Generalate in line with its needs, both on the religious and lay markets.
Having identified a property belonging to another Spanish religious congregation, in the prestigious area of Monteverde Vecchio in Rome, we carried out all the technical and documentary checks regarding the property and estimated the costs necessary for future restoration. We negotiated the purchase in the exclusive interest of the Congregation, formulating an irrevocable offer and assisting the Congregation until the signing of the deed, coordinating the finances necessary for the purchase itself. Therefore, the Congregation appointed us as Project Managers.
We drew up the contracts, entrusting the project of the restoration and energy renovation, selected the construction companies to be invited to the tender, carried out the tender, prepared the refurbishing contract and entrusted the works that also included the construction of an underground car park.
As Project Managers, we have verified compliance with costs and deadlines by reporting directly to the Society Leadership Team.
The building site was delivered in line with the schedule and in full compliance with the expected costs.
All activities were carried out in English and Italian.
Today, IMC is the Head of Finance and Treasury of the Generalate in Rome and the Lay Assistant to the Religious Treasurer General.
Rome, Lungotevere Tor di Nona, Piazza di Ponte Sant’Angelo Ecclesiastical Client/USA University
Services rendered:
  • Technical, Documentary, Urban Planning and Cadastral Due Diligence
  • Real estate valuation
  • Analysis of possible intended uses - Property Repositioning
  • Assessment of intended use compared to expected income
  • Placing the property on the market
  • Negotiations with the tenants
  • Contracts
  • Verification of Cultural Interest pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree No. 42/2004
 
 
The property, of about 4.500 built square meters, overlooks St. Peter’s Square and Castel Sant'Angelo, in the historical centre of Rome. The UISG (International Union of Superiors General), owner of the entire building, needed to exploit it in order to allocate the income to its charitable activities. The UISG purchased the property from the Congregation that used to carry out educational activities just there, i.e. Regina Mundi Institute.

Following the documentary research, critical issues were identified in the deed of sale, but they were successfully resolved. Following the urban planning analysis, the profitability scenarios deriving from the various possible asset repositioning were implemented.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
An evaluation on the most likely tenancy and sale value of the asset was carried out.
Due to its characteristics, the marketing of the property was addressed to potential international clients, with particular attention to educational institutions.
The most reliable tenant in line with the charisma of the U.I.S.G. was identified in the I.E.S. Abroad American University. I.E.S. Abroad is still the tenant of this wonderful and unique property in the center of Rome.
Rome – Via S.G. Eudes – Ecclesiastical Client
Services rendered:
  • Document collection
  • Technical, Documentary, Urban Planning and Cadastral Due Diligence
  • Real estate valuation
  • Analysis of possible change of uses - Property Repositioning
  • Assessment of intended use compared to expected income
  • Feasibility study
  • Calculation of the Fiscal Impact
  • Report and suggestions to the General Council
 
 
The property, covering a total area of about 5.500 square meters, is located in a beautiful park in the Pisana area in Rome and is owned by an international male Congregation. The Congregation, which has recently carried out a complete refurbishing work, needed to assess possible solutions to exploit the underused real estate complex.

We first found and analysed all the documents relating to the building complex, assessing any critical issues and suggesting corrective actions. Then, we simulated and illustrated various scenarios to the General Council, such as total or partial tenancy and total or partial sale, their real possibility of implementation and the expected income, calculating the fiscal impact.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rome, Via Livorno – Ecclesiastical Client
Services rendered:
  • Study of the local market for garages
  • Pricing of garages
  • Setting up of sales office and advertising campaign
  • Dedicated website development
  • Assistance in signing notarial deeds
  • After-sales service
  • Reports on sales and their geographical distribution
The Congregation, owner of a building complex for convent and school use, intended to exploit the area dedicated to sports fields.

With our collaboration, an institutional fund has acquired the right to exploit the basement of the area and has awarded the contract for the construction of 240 garages in accordance with the Italian Tognoli Law.

Part of the garages was returned to the Congregation and the remaining garages were sold on the lay market.

The Congregation has exploited its right to use the basement area.
Services rendered:
  • Documentary Due Diligence
  • Urban planning and cadastral Due Diligence
  • Real estate valuation
  • Analysis of possible intended uses - property repositioning
  • Assessment of the intended uses and business plan
  • Placing the property on the market
  • Negotiations with buyers
  • Contracts
  • Verification of Cultural Interest pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree no. 42/2004
  • Ecclesiastical authorization
  • Assistance during the notary deed
  • Coordination of the Congregation move
 
 
The property, built in 1930 circa, with a total area of about 3.000 square meters and owned by a male Religious Congregation, was underused and no longer strategic for institutional purposes. The Congregation was strongly motivated to keep the asset in the ecclesiastical domain. The buyer was identified in the Archdiocese of Sydney.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rome, Via Brenta, original Gino Coppedè Project – Ecclesiastical
Client / Embassy
Services rendered:
  • Technical, Documentary, Urban Planning and Cadastral Due Diligence
  • Real estate valuation
  • Property Repositioning – Analysis of possible intended uses
  • Assessment of the intended use compared to the expected income
  • Placing the property on the market
  • Negotiations with buyers
  • Contracts
  • Verification of Cultural Interest pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree No. 42/2004
  • Ecclesiastical authorization
  • Work planning
  • Invitation to tender
  • Works supervision
 
 
The property, of around 1.000 covered square meters, is located in the prestigious district of Rome called Coppedè, named after the famous architect of the 30's who designed it, Gino Coppedè. The Congregation of lay sisters needed to exploit the property, which was currently used only by four ladies, after being a students’ residence for many years.

A research was carried out on the property, assessing the possibility of producing income through a lease and the various possibilities of changing its intended use while carrying out the Verification of Cultural Interest pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree no. 42/2004. The Ministry of Fine Arts put a lien on the property.
 
 
 
 
Due to the expensiveness of the necessary restoration work necessary to producing an income, the Congregation decided to sell the property. An evaluation of the most probable market value was carried out. The buyer was identified in the Kingdom of Morocco, represented by its Embassy to the Italian State.

For the Embassy of Morocco, the planning of the restoration works, including typical Moroccan finishing techniques and the tender among the most accredited construction companies on the market were carried out successfully and the contract was assigned. The Direction of works was carried out with our technicians.

It is interesting to note that there were three States involved in this operation, namely Italy, the Vatican and the Kingdom of Morocco, with a high level of complexity of the documents and contracts managed in the various phases, from the purchase offer, to the preliminary offer, to the Canon Law Authorization to sell up to the Notary deed.
Services rendered:
  • Documentary, Urban Planning and Cadastral Due Diligence
  • Due Diligence Urbanistica e Catastale
  • Property valuation
  • Analysis of possible intended uses
  • Assessment of the intended uses compared to the expected income
  • Placement of the property on the market
  • Negotations with the purchasers
  • Contracts
  • Verification of Cultural Interest pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 42/2004
  • Ecclesiastical Authorization
  • Assistance during the notary deed
  • Coordination of the Congregation move
Villaggio Betania, with a wonderful view on the Castle and Lake Bracciano and surrounded by a park of two and a half hectares, has long been the school of reference of this municipality in the Province of Rome. The real estate complex, designed by a German architect and built in the 60s, has a total area of about 2,500 square meters developed on several buildings connected to each other and forming various houses. The closure of the school led the Dominican Congregation of Betania in Venlo to sell the property, which needed a lot of restoration works, and the Congregation wanted that the asset remained in the ecclesiastical sphere.

The ideal buyer, the Dominican Sisters of Santa Cecilia - Nashville - USA, was identified through the privileged contacts of IMC.

Once purchased the property complex, they renovated it and turned it into an international center of spirituality.

Villaggio Betania was revived, becoming a place of study, prayer and meeting place with God, in the immediate vicinity of Rome and the Vatican.
Dedicated to Religious Congregations
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