Consultancy - Tinkap
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The way in which the property sector operates has undergone great changes over recent years, not only with regard to its players but also in the role of those seeking to boost the sector. The new parameters for project funding by banks, the imperious need to include new products adapted to the needs of end demand and of developers, and the great shortfall of products associated to the vast amount of ground classified under a category that is not required and that should be adapted to real demand, together with the incorporation of foreign funds, form new scenarios that, without a doubt, generate new ways of operating and major opportunities for the sector.


The new trends and the increasing complexity of the market place property consultancy as an essential preliminary stage of property decision-making.


Tinkap has a large workforce that specialises in the areas of consulting, market research, and legal, financial and strategic analysis, with extensive experience in the sector based on a long career, that has been able to understand and adapt to the new scenarios and functioning of the sector.


Areas of consultancy:


The integration of property assets into your investment strategy involves a decision with many different consequences for your business, whether it involves real estate or use of the asset in the undertaking of your activity.


Tinkap will advise you on the defining and implementation of an innovative, all-encompassing investment strategy adapted to your needs and aimed at minimising the risk and, in turn, maximising the level of profitability.


The segmentation and analysis of your portfolio or of future purchases from a strategic perspective will make you see and perceive the mid and long-term useful life of your assets differently.


What we do for you
  • Defining and feasibility of goals.
  • SWOT analysis on the involvement of assets in your business.
  • Determining of strategic lines.
  • Asset feasibility and optimisation analysis.
  • Analysis of the operational and financial implications.
  • Strategic planning – Definition of the optimum product.
  • Business Plan for Real Estate Businesses.

Urban planning analysis of the area leads to revitalising through transformation of the land, thus increasing the profitability of the asset. Its optimisation, the identification of opportunities, urban changes and adaptations to new laws are areas in which experience offers a guarantee.


Tinkap, a technical team with more than 25 years’ experience in managing land, will help you in any area of urban planning, regardless of your current situation, whether that be an initial stage in which the situation must be analysed, or a more advanced stage of planning and development of partial or special plans.


Our areas of work
  • Acquisition of land.
  • Analysis of current urban planning.
  • Analysis of applicable urban regulations.
  • Land transformation feasibility study.
  • Property structure analysis.
  • Validation of the financial and urban feasibility of a real estate process.
  • Planning management.
  • Representation before official boards and institutions.
  • Partial or special plans.
  • Urban development projects.
  • Monitoring of the urban development process.
  • Processing of urban development procedures, estimating times and costs.

Before negotiating an asset and in order to avoid any future financial losses through the sale or the purchase of latent defects, drawing up an overall report on the current status of a property has become essential for both the seller and the buyer, whether the latter is a user or an investor.


Determining the actual situation of the property provides the necessary knowledge and arguments to influence the variables determining the transaction, thus making it more flexible and avoiding financial losses and future disputes.


Due Diligence goals
  • Accurate valuation of the asset price.
  • Translation of knowledge into arguments in order to streamline the transaction.
  • Verification of the technical documents (compliance with regulations, licences, permits, inspection of the premises, maintenance, etc.).
  • Physical inspection of the state of repair of the property.
  • Physical check of the premises.
  • Check of gross and net floor areas.
  • Compliance with regulations.
  • Evaluation of costs in the case of refurbishments or improvements.

Identifying market opportunities is what any company or private investor in general would want. The property sector is characterised in this area by two aspects: the huge volume in overall value in project investment and, more often than not, in the few resources used in analysing the market segment in which one operates.


In the possible results reflected in a financial forecast, done on paper, most property projects are guilty of omitting aspects such as the profile of actual demand, and current and competitive supply in the segment, among others. The Tinkap technical department constantly strives to develop standard and ad-hoc tools capable of providing the right information to offer the project the correct commercial and financial feasibility.


What we define

  • The project to be developed.
  • The area of implementation.
  • The marketing strategy.
  • The end price policy.


What we provide

  • Certainty / Trust in the end user accepting the product developed / completing the sale at the required price.
  • Identification of potential problems to minimise the risk.


How we do it CTE (Technical Building Code) -> Strategic fieldwork

We analyse Current Supply

  • Evolution of recent supply.
  • Analysis of the area of impact.
  • Detailed analysis of the competition. Product. Price. Target audience.
  • Economic data of the surrounding area.


We analyse Demand

  • Analysis of transactions in the area.
  • Full profile of the transactions.
  • Trend analysis.
  • Legal analysis of transactions and investments.
  • Legal inspection of the property structure.
  • Documentation.
  • Registry studies.
  • Management of proceedings with the public authorities.
  • Contractual advice.

The lifecycle of a property asset is shortened not only by the passing of time and deterioration but also because the environment, by definition, changes. New regulations, restrictions or extensions on use, user requirements and advances in technology often generate a loss in value.


By performing an in-depth analysis, we study all possible alternatives to reposition and develop the asset. Each of the alternatives posed offers different levels of investment and profitability. Our aim is to develop the business plan in line with your goals and with the intrinsic characteristics of the asset.