The government has appointed Guillaume Kasbarian as the head of the ministry responsible for revitalizing the real estate sector. With a clear mandate to bring about change, Kasbarian is well-equipped to handle the challenges that lie ahead.
As a minister delegate in charge of housing, Kasbarian has proven himself to be an outspoken and decisive leader. He has pushed for administrative simplification measures and looked into the taxation of Airbnb rentals and degradation of co-ownerships. In his role, he will have a lot to do, as the government calls for a “supply shock” and the modification of the SRU law, and plans to entrust the allocation of social housing to mayors for new construction, and aimed to include intermediate housing in the HLM quotas.
Kasbarian’s opposition to a proposal to repaint the roofs of homes white to reduce temperatures is just one example of his willingness to stand up for what he believes in. He claims that this measure is inapplicable, and it’s clear that he will not hesitate to speak out against any initiatives that he feels are misguided or unrealistic.
Overall, Guillaume Kasbarian is an ideal choice to head up this important ministry. With his experience and passion for reforming the real estate sector, he is well-positioned to make a real difference and help create a more sustainable future for all.