Tag Archive for: Piet Eichholtz

Saving Money by Making your House Sustainable

If you want a sustainable house, you have to make an investment. Think of insulating the floor and roof, and installing a heat pump and solar panels. How much does that yield exactly? Professor Piet Eichholtz offers a straightforward calculation.

Homes instead of Meadows

The incoming Dutch government aims to solve the housing crisis by speeding up construction, but in order to be able to build on a truly large scale, a fundamental change is needed in the public debate about land, say Nils Kok and Piet Eichholtz.

Work Smarter, Not Harder

'Work smarter, not harder' is common advice for increasing effectiveness, but how can we achieve this? In this podcast, Professor Piet Eichholtz shares inspiring examples and practical wisdom derived from his successful career.

Dutch Housing Market: Facts and Fads

It is true that the Dutch housing market is in a deep crisis. But there are also a number of myths going around. In this video, Piet Eichholtz, Professor of Real Estate Finance at Maastricht University, separates the facts from the fads.

Why Can’t I Find a House?

We are currently in the biggest housing crisis since World War II. There are several reasons for this, but one factor stands out the most, according to Piet Eichholtz, Professor of Real Estate Finance at Maastricht University.

How will COVID-19 Change the Demand for Office Space?

Will the demand for office space decline after COVID-19? Piet Eichholtz and Nils Kok say office buildings that are no longer fit for purpose do not need to be written off. They deserve a second chance, and could be repurposed as residential housing.

We Said ‘Let them Rot in Hell’

Piet Eichholtz was one of the co-signatories of an open letter criticising the Netherlands’ reluctance to help Southern Europe in its time of need. He reflects on how the coronavirus crisis is embedded in economic, political and ethical issues.