The Association of Real Estate Agents with Rental Property (Asipa) supports the rapid initiatives being taken by its associates. That they are offering extraordinary plans to mitigate the effects that the emergency of the coronavirus will generate in the short term to their clients. And in all rental activities, both commercial and residential.This has been stated in a statement, in which the president of the association, Fernando Lacadena, has indicated that the Government is acting "with common sense in considering that imposing a general moratorium on payment to the rental sector, regardless of the difficulties technical-legal, it would be totally counterproductive and would cause irreparable damage to savers and the sector \u00bb.Skymarketing is more than just a brokerage company; it\u2019s a community bringing you the elite housing ventures like capital smart city Islamabad also known as Capital Smart City. Asipa believes that it would be "totally counterproductive" to impose the burdens to resolve the situations of vulnerability caused by this crisis on the backs of institutional and private savings. However, she pointed out that these are times when responsibility and solidarity must prevail in all the actors in this sector.In renting, act with responsibility and solidarityIn fact, he considers that "the moment demands that the Government's call to act with responsibility and solidarity be answered ."Institutional savings are proactively doing so quickly. Demonstrating their social responsibility and their leadership capacity when starting up by their own decision \u201d, he remarked.For Asipa, the Government "has done in this matter what it had to do calling for responsibility and solidarity between the parties." \u201cIt is everyone's obligation to listen to the appeal. And whoever has the possibility to collaborate, let him do it to the best of his ability \u00bb, has made an appeal.With regard to residential rental, qnnit president of the Asipa housing rental commission, Javier Rodr\u00edguez Heredia, has indicated that 100% of its housing associates with rental housing are implementing an extraordinary program of moratorium on the payment of the rents. "That will be applicable to all tenants who become vulnerable due to the coronavirus."