List of the 200 largest real estate investors Eastern Europe [2024]

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Features of ResearchgermanyIncludes institutional investors, investment managers, project developers, real estate companies, REITs and pension funds that actively acquire real estate in Eastern Europe. This list is based on our list of the 1,200 largest real estate investors in Europe.

Excellent depth of detail: purchase profile (asset classes and regional focus), link to purchase profile and assets under management if available, contact details, management board, etc.

Suitable for serial letters: list contains columns for formal salutation, title, first and last name of the management.

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List of 3 real estate investors in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe includes many different countries, which are often home to several real estate investors. In our database of the largest real estate investors in Eastern Europe we cover the largest ones. For a better understanding of the list, we present three below.

1. Cavatina Holding S.A. (Krakow/Poland)

Cavatina is a real estate investor and project developer from Poland. The company is active in the seven largest cities in Poland, including Krakow, Gdansk and Warsaw. The company currently has 24 active projects in various stages of development. An exemplary investment is Equal Business Park B, located in Krakow.

Update 2023: Cavatina Holding has received occupancy approval for Ocean Office Park B, the largest building in the multifunctional complex under construction in Kraków’s Zabłocie district. The first tenants have already moved into their new offices.

2. Bulgarian Real Estate Fund (BREF) (Sofia/Bulgaria)

Bulgarian Real Estate Fund is a publicly traded REIT based in Sofia. The company was founded in 2004 and invests exclusively in real estate in Bulgaria. BREF’s portfolio is highly diversified and consists of office properties, retail properties and industrial properties, among others. Here, an exemplary investment is Building 1 in Business Park Sofia.

Update 2024: The Bulgarian Real Estate Fund REIT generated a net profit of 16.8 million levs (USD 9.3 million / EUR 8.6 million) in the 2023 financial year. This result is due in particular to a decrease in expenses.

3. REDSIDE investiční společnost, a.s. (Prague/Czech Republic)

Redside is an investment company from the Czech Republic. The company invests in funds that it manages for both institutional and private investors. Currently, the company manages assets of 500 million euros. Redside property fund NOVA Real Estate is the real estate fund of the company, which invests in commercial and retail real estate.

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Property Investors Eastern Europe

These investor types are included in the list:

  • Investment managers
  • Real estate companies
  • Project developers with portfolio acquisition
  • Private equity investors
  • REITs
  • Pension funds
  • Foundations

These property types are purchased:

  • Residential real estate
  • Office properties
  • Retail real estate
  • Logistics real estate
  • Light industrial real estate
  • Hotel real estate
  • Data center
  • Parking garages
  • Nursing homes

Investors in the list are interested in:

  • Core Real Estate
  • Value add real estate
  • Sales-and-Leaseback
  • Trophy real estate
  • Distressed Assets
  • Project developments and forward deals
  • Debt investments
Real estate buyers Czech Republic

 Included columns in our directory

  • Company data (name, legal form, country of origin)
  • Contact details (address, URL, e-mail, telephone number, management)
  • Form of address of the management suitable for serial letters (e.g. “Dear Dr. Müller”)
  • Investor type (investment manager, REIT, pension fund, private equity, etc.)
  • Investment focus (asset classes, ranking from A to E, (global) investment volume / assets under management, detailed geographical focus)
  • Special investment focus (debt, parking, forward deals, etc.)
  • Link to the acquisition profile of the companies and contact details of an acquisition manager (if indicated on the investors’ website)
Map of Investors

Where are topmost financiers located?

Many native Eastern European real estate investors are from countries like Poland, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic or the Baltic States. A multitude of international real estate buyers is also active in the Eastern European region and they are based in cities like Paris or London.

Country of Origin

Countries of origin

Most real estate investors in Eastern Europe come from the UK. Closely followed by Austria and Germany. There are also multiple investors from the US, the Czech Republic, and Poland.

Headquarters of real estate investment companies


Most real estate investors in Germany are headquartered in London, followed by Vienna and Prague. Some investors also come from Warsaw, Hamburg and Amsterdam.

Property investors from Poland, Czech Republic, Baltic States, etc.

Our database of the most important property investors in Eastern Europe is excellent for lead generation and contacting professional buyers. Real estate agents, project developers, co-investors, asset managers and consultants will find numerous real estate investors in our database. All of the real estate investors in our list are active in Eastern European markets. Thus, investors can be approached who are present in Poland, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia and other countries. Our list is provided as an Excel file and can be ordered and downloaded directly from our online store. It has never been so easy to acquire high quality research results in a straightforward way. We wish you success with our list of the largest real estate investors in Eastern Europe.

This list contains regional and international investment companies

The Eastern European real estate market has increasingly gained international relevance in recent years, so that investors from all over the world are active in the market. In particular, institutional investors, real estate funds and other investment companies from the USA, South Africa, the Middle East and Asian countries frequently purchase real estate in Eastern Europe. For this reason, our overview of the most important real estate investors includes not only domestic companies, but also globally active firms. By the way, the international investment companies are not only interested in very large objects, but sometimes also in real estate in the single-digit million range. Our list of the largest real estate investors in Eastern Europe covers the entire range. Thus, you are guaranteed to find the right buyer for your property. The list of the largest real estate investors in Eastern Europe is an extract of our comprehensive database of the 1200 most important real estate buyers in Europe. So if you are looking for investors in other European regions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Identify Eastern European buyers for real estate, attract new clients, approach co-investors

Our list of real estate investors Eastern Europe has helped numerous partners to find a suitable buyer for their property. We have taken a close look at the Eastern European real estate market in order to be able to cover large real estate funds as well as small, specialized investment companies. Thus, with the help of the address database, our clients sell not only classic buildings such as residential or office properties, but also special properties and buildings in remote areas. The list covers all Eastern European countries, with a focus on the most important real estate markets in Poland, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria and the Baltic States. International investors are often particularly interested in real estate in large urban centers and the capitals of Eastern European countries. So if you have a building for sale in Prague, Warsaw, Krakow, Tallinn, etc., our list will be particularly helpful.

List for all asset classes: Residential, offices, retail, logistics, etc.

Whether you want to sell a hotel in Prague, an apartment building in Warsaw, an office in Tallinn or logistics real estate in Romania – our database contains the right investor for your project. A special added value of the list are the columns on the asset classes on which the respective companies focus. This allows you to filter by segment with a single click and directly identify the most relevant companies. Some Eastern European real estate investors cover only one segment (e.g. office real estate) and others are active in the entire real estate market. By purchasing our address database, you will benefit from our expertise in market research.


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