Doh Eain provides three types of services to property owners
For profitable activities, home owners and Doh Eain enter into a five year agreement, during which Doh Eain takes responsibility for securing a profitable rental or other agreement. During the first 2-3 years of this agreement renovation costs are paid back from the newly generated income.
During these 5 years 15% of the newly generated income of buildings or spaces goes to Doh Eain to cover its operational expenses including continuous trainings for our architectural design, urban planning and construction teams. This income is also used to satisfy agreements with our financers.
In addition, during these 5 years home owners contribute an average of 15% of the newly generated income to a fund, to be used for non-profit activities such as the improvement of common building elements such as roofs and facades as well as public spaces such as community gardens and children’s playgrounds. The fund is set up as a separate non-profit legal entity, and is open to monetary or in-kind co-financing by philanthropists and institutional donors.