Residential complexes are buildings or complexes of buildings that are used exclusively or predominantly for residential purposes. When rented out, they offer regular, easily calculable income. This is an important reason for real estate investors to get involved. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.
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1. Commerz Real AG Invests in Subsidised Housing
Commerz Real AG is the real estate investment subsidiary of Commerzbank and has existed in this form since 2007. It offers real estate and real asset funds for private and institutional investors and manages assets of 35 billion euros. The company is headquartered in Wiesbaden. A new residential complex to be built in Nuremberg-Mögeldorf was acquired for the open-ended real estate fund “Hausinvest” at the beginning of 2021. It will comprise 97 residential units and is publicly subsidised.
2. Alpha Real Estate buys residential complex in Saxony
Mannheim-based Alpha Real Estate Group is an asset and investment manager specializing in the German residential real estate industry. Its focus is on investments related to the privatization of residential portfolios. This also applies to the acquisition of two residential complexes in Borna and Brandis – two locations in the greater Leipzig area – which took place at the beginning of 2021. The two residential complexes comprise a total of 28 properties with 211 residential units and 13,300 sqm of living space.
3. Aachener Grundvermögen buys residential portfolio in Munich
Founded in 1973, Aachener Grundvermögen Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH in Cologne originally targeted real estate investors in the Catholic Church sector. Today it also addresses foundations and other institutional investors. It launches real estate funds for its clientele, including several residential real estate funds. In January 2021, Aachener Grundvermögen acquired a real estate package consisting of eight residential complexes with 295 publicly subsidized apartments in the Munich area.
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