Sogeviso was set up in 2015 by Banco Sabadell, formed by a group of professionals from the public and real estate and mediation sectors, giving professional status to the management of its portfolio of rental properties, property ownership and the conflict arising from the economic crisis and its consequences, in particular the situations of overindebtedness due to loss of income by its mortgage debtors.
What do we do?
We professionally manage all aspects of the social problems of housing: public or affordable rental contracts, recovery of property ownership, mediation and conflict management, and programs for accompanying and reintegrating families into the workforce.
On the other hand, we work in collaboration with other companies and public entities, private companies or third sector organisations in the creation of affordable rental housing stock, which will be managed in a socially responsible and economically sustainable way.
Sogeviso provides its services throughout the Spanish territory with special emphasis on the Autonomous Communities of Catalonia, Madrid, Murcia and Valencia.
We provide services in almost 2,000 municipalities (more than 20% of the total) representing more than 80% of the Spanish population.
Territorial scope of activity
Board of Directors
Xavier Aspachs Alegre
Miquel Montes Güell
Manuel Tresánchez Montaner
Eduard Oliveres Padrós
Daniel José Cordeiro Rodrigues
Fernando Emigdio Herraiz Philip
Antoni Sorolla Edo
Alicia Martín Huerta
Resources and Operations Director .
Roger Banqué Vilaseca
Planning and Controlling Director.
Victoria Nieto Martínez
Gemma Feliu Lucas
Social Impact and Mediation Director .
In total we are a team of more than 40 professionals located in Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid and Murcia.
How do we do it?
Our work is based on our own experience and on the knowledge of proven European models, adjusting the responsibility of property in terms of public housing.
We use European best practices in managing public and affordable housing.
Utilizamos la mejores prácticas de la tradición europea en gestión de vivienda social y asequible.
We look for new ways of working, giving professional status to the management of rental stock, adapting it to the profile of the tenant, which allows for a more appropriate performance in particular situations and given the different environment.
We innovate in the management processes and in the ways we interact with families, helping them improve their socio-economic situation. We work towards developing big-data methodology for the qualification of management and risk aspects of real estate portfolios.
We work to improve the rental capacity of public sector tenants, through various social and educational activities or labour insertion activities (Social Contract and Labour Insertion Program), facilitating their access to public aid for renting and social activities. In any case, providing them with the tools to avoid situations of vulnerability or the arrival of such a situation, empowering them to overcome it.
We are proactive and diligent in our collaboration with public administrations and social entities and organisations, in order to manage different situations or conflicts.
We maintain close communication links with the public administration, especially with the departments responsible for Housing and Social Services, in order to exchange information and work together in cases of vulnerable families related to our stock, seeking a framework of stable and flexible relationships.
At the same time, within the framework of the aspiration to be a company with high social responsibility and integrated in its social environment, Sogeviso maintains stable and flexible relationships with different types of associations in the social field linked to housing and the social and working environment.
Who we help
At Sogeviso we provide our services to property owners/tenants, both Private and Public or mixed, adapting ourselves with flexibility, professionalism and rigour to their different needs, but always in a socially responsible way.
Sogeviso in figures
What have we achieved? (January 2022 data accumulated since 2016)
Foreclosed properties where the property has been repossessed prior to obtaining a court order and made available to the owner for sale.