Home-owners’ association managers

A major saving that a homeowners' association can achieve on its Multi-Year Maintenance Plan (MJOP) is by saving on energy consumption.

And to achieve these savings in energy consumption, the homeowners' association must generally take measures and invest in sustainable solutions.

These measures are good for the environment (CO2 reduction), good for the wallet (savings on energy costs) and improve living comfort.


SBLC's expert sustainability advisors have set up a complete step-by-step plan to support your homeowners' association in the sustainability process.

The following 5 steps briefly explain what the procedure entails.

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Information at a glance

Cuby has been developed to convert the collected data into clear and usable information. Cuby shows the current energy and building performance at a glance, as well as the options for making a building more sustainable.


Scale up and downs

Cuby not only offers insight at city and neighbourhood levels: its data analysis is so detailed that understanding sustainability and energy-consumption reduction is possible even at street and building levels.



Cuby is extremely user-friendly due to its clear system and structure. After a short training session, anyone can get started right away. Selections or filters made can be saved per project. This makes working with Cuby highly efficient.


Better insight through filters

Cuby offers the option to filter by different information types and data flows. As a result, the status of the selected buildings is displayed faster and more transparently, and the resulting report is unique to the user. For example, every owners’ association manager has access to their own portfolio.


Clear insight into costs

In addition to providing insight into real estate data, Cuby also directly calculates the transition costs per intervention. This makes policy making and policy implementation much easier in practice.


Unique building information

In addition to data from existing public data sources, Cuby also uses unique data supplied by SBLC, such as the surface area of the façade, roof and façade openings. This allows Cuby to calculate energy transition costs accurately.

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