The Energy Performance Diagnostics (EPD) is an essential document for selling a property. It provides an energy consumption rating for the property.
A property with a positive Energy Performance Diagnostics (EPD), graded A or B, is considered to be energy-efficient. In other words, it doesn't consume a lot of energy.
Conversely, a property with an unfavorable Energy Performance Diagnostics (EPD), rated F or G, is considered to be energy-inefficient and may lose value.
Energy-guzzling properties are therefore more likely to be negotiated down by buyers, who will want a lower price.
To limit this drop in value, you can carry out work to improve your property's EPD rating, or estimate the cost of future renovation work that will turn your property into a property with many assets.
Visitors won't always be able to estimate the cost of renovation, and this will make it much easier for them to plan ahead. An estimate of the cost of renovation work will help to give a good estimate of the selling price and, above all, to limit the negotiating room for an interested buyer.