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The Benefits of Fiber Broadband for the Real-Estate Market

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Presentation of the results of a study undertaken by Diffraction Analysis for the FTTH Council Europe on FTTH and Real-Estate.

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The Benefits of Fiber Broadband for the Real-Estate Market

  1. 1. The Positive Effects of FTTH for Real Estate ProjectsModeratorJoeri Van BogaertChair Financing CommitteeFTTH Council EuropePresenterBenoît FeltenCEODiffraction Analysis
  2. 2. THE BENEFITS OF FIBER BROADBANDFOR THE REAL-ESTATE MARKETBenoît Felten, CEObenoit@diffractionanalysis.comIn assistance to
  3. 3. Purpose and Methodology• The benefits of FTTH/B to real-estate players and individual home ownershave long been theorized, but there is a distinct lack of primary researchmaterial expressing these benefits from the real-estate players themselves.• The FTTH Council Europe commissioned this study to get the message backfrom those real-estate players who have direct experience with FTTH/B toreal-estate players considering broadband solutions and network providersnegociating with real-estate players.• The methodology of this study was as follows:• Direct interviews with 8 real-estate companies in France, Netherlands,Sweden and the UK;• Analysis of existing regulation in EU countries for broadband obligationsin new buildings.
  4. 4. Who takes the initiative for Real-Estate FTTH /B?• The initiative for FTTH/B in real-estate can come from any of the players inthe ecosystem (except the end-users, obviously) depending on thecircumstancesOperator Developer Housing CompanyOperator signs a frameworkcontract with developer for allnew propertiesOperator signs a contract withutility wholesaler to accesspropertiesOperator approaches housingcompanies or buildingmanagement companies tocontract for a specific buildingDeveloper contracts with anoperator to connect all newpropertiesDeveloper contracts with autility company for neutralprovision of all utilitiesincluding communicationsContracts to neutral operatorfor network services to alldwellingsContracts to exclusive operatorfor network services to alldwellings
  5. 5. Services Offered• Service Providers offer to real-estate customers theservices we’ve come to expect from FTTH/B: high-speed broadband (often symmetric), TV content andVoD and IP Telephony.• However, real-Estate players can be involved invarious ways in service delivery:• Because they offer their own dedicated services• Because they use the network for their own operations,• Because they request specific services from service providers• Because they partner with service providers to offer specificservices• The idea is generally to ensure that a rich serviceportfolio is on offer in order to maximise the value tothe end-user. Scale sometimes makes this difficult.• Utility: « We have found a local ISP willing to workwith us on service experimentation, but none of thelarger established players are interested. »
  6. 6. Services Offered by Real-EstateOwn Dedicated Services Services for Own OperationsIn-building and garden wifi servicesInteraction console between tenantsand landlordsUtility metering consoleAmenities booking consoleBuilding Access ManagementRemote amenities management(elevators, doors and windows, etc.)Remote heating managementUtilities management (especially forsocial housing)
  7. 7. Services Offered by Service ProvidersServices Requested by Real-Estate Services in PartnershipOn-demand bandwidthSocial pricing for minimal universalinternet connectionHome securityLAN services between tenantsHealth monitoringElderly care programs
  8. 8. Theoretical Framework for Benefits• There are three key areas in which real-estate players could theoreticallybenefit from FTTH/B deployment:Attractiveness Customer SatisfactionBuilding EfficiencyCustomers are willing to paymore rent / purchase price toaccess the fibered propertyRented property cycles fasterbetween tenants andoccupancy rates go upNew developments sell fasterbecause of customer demandfor connected homesTenants are generally happierwith their homesSavings on utility bills for thecommon parts of buildingsBetter security allows for lessdegradationBetter monitoring allows forfaster intervention whenamenities fail
  9. 9. Summary of BenefitsAttractivenessEfficiencySatisfactionSocial Housing Private HousingNewDevelopments
  10. 10. Benefits for Service Providers• There are clear benefits for service providersparticipating in such projects:• In new developments, even when copper is installed inparallel, the take rates for fiber are very high, in the 60-70%range.• In social housing, the take-rates can reach 30-50% in lessthan a year (depending on pre-existing contracts signed bytenants)• There are essentially two reasons why the take-rates are higher:• Real-Estate companies involve themselves in marketing theFTTH/B services to tenants• Utility: « We don’t sell the services, but we do advertisethem to our utility customers. »• Satisfied tenants and owners speak amongst themselvesand represent a form of ‘street team’ for the FTTH/B services.• Developer: « Today, fully 78% of the 100 homes on thegreenfield site have subscribed to FTTH. »
  11. 11. Tomorrow: Carbon Neutral via FTTH/B• With some other real-estate partners, adeveloper has pioneered a concept for acarbon neutral home that has been one ofthe 5 designs selected for future socialhousing concepts.• One of the key reasons this home isCarbon Neutral is that all of the computingpower for the home (be it for actual PCs orother intelligent devices) is in the cloud.• Developer: « By delivering IT and tripleplay via fiber as a service, computers canbe replaced by thin clients (with less than10% of normal energy consumption). »
  12. 12. Legislation for Fiber in New Buildings• For brownfield deployments, deployment models are largely dependant onregulation, but they do not specifically affect real-estate players.• For greenfield deployments on the other hand, there are essentially threetypes of mandated deployments for access that do impact real-estate players:Obligation to deployfiber into every newhome orappartmentObligation to deployconduits for anynetwork into everynew home orappartmentNo obligation todeploy any kind ofaccess network intohomes orappartments
  13. 13. Overview of EU Legislation• Only a minority of EU countries (37%) have put legal obligations in place forfiber networks to be deployed in new builds or for communication risers to beopen to any network deployment:Fiber Mandated14%Risers Mandated23%Nothing Mandated63%Legal Obligations for Fibering up NewBuildings in the European Union** Graph does not include Malta, Luxembourg, Latvia, Estonia or Hungary
  14. 14. Feedback on Legislation• 2/3 of European countries have no legal obligation in place for newdevelopments. Those that do however tend to be amongst the countrieswhere deployment is ahead according to FTTH Council Europe numbers.• Legislation however risks imposing models that become obsolete fast.• Social Housing: « The legal obligation comes from a law in 2009 that mandated 4 fibers perhome, but market consensus has now moved to 2 fibers per home. If we deploy 4 we meetthe obligation but service providers don’t want to work with us, if we deploy 2, the fiberproviders are happy but we’re breaching the law… »• Legislating works when the approach is simple and enforceable:• Sometimes the proposed legislation is so comprehensive (so as to allow any kind ofnetwork to be pre-deployed) that it’s too expensive to deploy.• Often, the legislation is not strictly enforced and only respected if the construction playersderive a direct benefit from it.• Integrating the legislation into a building rating standard seems effective.
  15. 15. A good match that needs more visibility• Real-estate players are very satisfied with FTTH/B involvement and all agreethat they have derived various benefits from it.• They also stress that awareness in their field is still too limited. Despite theirsuccesses, real-estate remains a slow moving industry.• Legislative approaches, especially for new buildings, can help provided theyare structured well.• The breakthrough for FTTH/B in real-estate will be:• in the ability to combine communications with other utilities (metering, etc)• in the ability to drive more energy efficient homes to the market• in the ability to enable services that service providers have a hard time providing(health, elderly care, on-demand, etc.)
  16. 16. Thank you for your attention!www.ftthcouncil.eu