International Union of Property Owners
Union internationale de la propriété immobilière (UIPI)
Unión Internacional de la Propiedad Urbana
Internationaler Verein des Haus und Grundbesitzer
Unione Internazionale de la Proprietà Immobiliaria
1923 Paris France
Congrès international de la propriété immobilière organized before foundation: 1900, Paris (France), and 5-8 May 1912, Berlin (Germany). Officially established 1923, following First World War. Activities interrupted during Second World War; reconstructed 1948. Statutes modified: 1978, Torremolinos (Spain); 26 Sep 1990, Brussels (Belgium). Current statutes adopted May 2006, London (UK).
Protect and promote the interests, needs and concerns of home owners and landlords at national, European and international levels.
Events2021-10-28 | Bilbao, Spain – UIPI Renovation Tour - Basque Owners on Board
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