Residential real estate investments in Scandinavia are concentrated primarily in the urban centres. This is where the majority of the population lives and works. Price trends and rents suggest good returns. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Scandinavia – List of Real Estate Buyers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark.
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1. Patrizia AG
Patrizia AG in Augsburg is a real estate investment company that has been in existence since 1984. Its real estate assets under management amount to over 45 billion euros. In Scandinavia, Patrizia is represented by its own subsidiaries in Copenhagen and Stockholm, where it manages 1.7 billion euros in assets. As a direct investment for institutional investors, Patrizia purchased a residential project development in Vegastaden near Stockholm for EUR 62 million at the beginning of 2021. The property, which consists of two buildings, will offer 189 apartments upon completion.
2. Fastighets AB Balder
Founded in 2005, Fastighets AB Balder is a Swedish project developer and real estate investor based in Gothenburg. The investment focus is on residential, commercial and hotel properties in Scandinavia, the UK and Germany. An ambitious Balder project in the small town of Kungälv, north of Gothenburg, began in February 2021 with the groundbreaking ceremony. The historic street Västra Gatan is to receive a sustainable upgrade through new development. Plans call for 128 new rental apartments and commercial space.
Heimstaden in Malmö is one of Sweden’s largest private residential real estate companies. Behind it is Norwegian entrepreneur Ivar Tollefsen. The property portfolio of rental apartments is concentrated in southern Sweden. Founded in 1998, Heimstaden is now the leading investor in this segment in Sweden. Two further spectacular projects were realised before the end of 2020. The Danish residential property portfolio (6,237 apartments) was acquired from Niam AB for the equivalent of more than EUR 1.6 billion. At the same time, Heimstaden purchased 253 additional apartments in Mölndal in the Gothenburg area.
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