Endesa has reached an agreement with Housell, the leading real estate services and proptech company, to offer advantages to its customers. The partnership aims to offer buyers and sellers who close a deal in the pro-tech sector the option to pay less on their electricity bill. The agreement comes in a climate of energy crisis and high inflation.
* They can also enjoy an extra 10% discount on their energy charges during the first year.
Original Press Release:
March 1 -- Endesa, S.A. issued the following news release:
- The agreement allows Endesa to reach a new customer segment: buyers and sellers of real estate. For Housell, it means expanding its complementary service offerings.
- Customers can enjoy up to two months of free electricity use for the first year and one month forever, plus a 10% discount on their energy charges during the first year
Endesa has reached an agreement with Housell, the leading real estate services and proptech company, to offer advantages to its customers so that they may save on their electricity bill.
This partnership aims to offer buyers and sellers who close a deal in the proptech(a company that applies information technology and the new economy to the real estate sector) the option to pay less on their electricity bill against a climate of high price volatility in the regulated market. With the current promotion, customers can benefit from 1 free month of electricity use forever and up to 2 months of free use for the first year by adding another product. They can also enjoy an extra 10% discount on their energy charges during the first year.
The agreement comes in a climate of energy crisis and high inflation, the reason why Housell continues to increase its complementary services and benefited by entering into agreements with partners across the real estate chain, such as Endesa. And the partnership allows the energy company to reach a new segment of customers: buyers and sellers of real estate, who are offered the deregulated tariff, where the company undertakes to improve the regulated market price of electricity for the last 12 months and guarantees the same price for each kilowatt/hour for 24 hours a day.
For Enrique Montoro, from Endesa's Real Estate Channel, "having a partner like Housell introduce new clients is key, since proptechs are currently attracting a large part of the customers in the real estate market".
"Buying a property involves many processes that can take a long time," says Guillermo Llibre, CEO of Housell. "For this reason, and as an advantage or added value for Housell buyers, we want to offer our customers a discount and the security of a good service from Endesa at a time of energy crisis and high prices in the sector".
Housell is the real estate services technology company that is revolutionising the way business is done in the sector. Leader in real estate sales, Housell combines the most innovative technology with the on-the-field experience of its more than 80 real estate experts to assist the user from start to finish.
Housell has made property sales a transparent and comfortable process for its customers. Thanks to its platform, sellers and buyers can negotiate directly – in a quick, economic and hassle-free process.
Endesa is the largest electricity company in Spain and the second largest in Portugal. The company is also the second largest gas operator in the Spanish market. Endesa operates an end-to-end generation, distribution and marketing business. Through Endesa X it also offers value-added services aimed at the electrification of energy usage in homes, companies, industries and Public Administrations. It has also created a new line of business. Endesa X Way is fully dedicated to electric mobility. Endesa is firmly committed to the United Nations SDGs and strongly supports the development of renewable energies through Enel Green Power España, the digitalisation of grids through e-distribution, and corporate social responsibility (CSR). The Endesa Foundation is also active in CSR-related matters. Our workforce numbers around 9,260 employees. Endesa is a division of Enel, the largest electricity group in Europe.
Source: Endesa, S.A.
[Category: Energy Equipment & Services, Real Estate Development, Partnerships and Alliances]