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FIABCI is the most widespread and representative international association of real estate professions in the world.
A professional business club, with a consolidated history of over 70 years.
Pervasive, with three thousand individual members,100 National Categories and 65  Academic Institutions.
FIABCI holds Special Consultative Role in the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations
Raison d’etre of FIABCI is to support its members in acquiring knowledge and skills to add a global dimension to their business.

Fiabci (www.fiabci.org) is the meeting point for entrepreneurs and professionals of the entire real estate market. In particular it gathers:

real-estate-investing– Promoters of RE Constructions
– Construction Companies
– Investors
– Asset Managers
– Real estate agents
– Directors
– Experts
– Professionals with special attention to the real estate sector: Architects, Engineers, Surveyors, Lawyers, Notaries, Urban Planners, Insurers.

FIABCI represents all types of properties: residential, commercial, industrial, sportive and rural buildings.

FIABCI is an acronym for Fédération Internationale des Conseils et Bien de Admistrateurs Immobiliers and is the name originally assigned to the Federation of global real estate, still used today , in its English translation as International Real Estate Federation.

Origines and structure

Founded in Paris in 1948, it is now universally identified as “professionalism in real estate”.
Present in 65 countries, FIABCI is an open structure to all real estate categories, which includes more than 3,000 individual members, 65 “ACADEMIC MEMBERS”, plus more than 100 national trade associations called “PRINCIPAL MEMBERS” .

The Federation operates in four geographical areas:

– Africa
– Americas
– Asia -Pacific
– Europe

The Networking

FIABCI has implemented a network that today represents a networking tool that allows you to:

world – Provide direct access to international contacts to open new professional horizons;
– Facilitate a satisfactory working relationship between the public and private sectors;
– Facilitate the exchange of information on the most important markets on the economic developments, legislative, technological and corporate evolutions, affecting the real estate industry;
– Provide opportunities for cultural and educational exchanges among real estate professionals in different countries.

– Provide opportunities for cultural and educational exchanges among real estate professionals in different countries.