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Rüdiger Mrotzek

Member of the Executive Board

Eckart John Von Freyend

Chairman of the Supervisory Board


Germany's Hamborner REIT grows 1H FFO 1.9% to €26.6m, NAV up to €10.63

Duisburg-based Hamborner REIT recorded a 1.9%yy increase in funds from operations to €26.6m in the first half year, with net asset value up 6.3% (...)


Germany's Hamborner REIT boosts FFO 17.7% to €52.7m in 2018

Hamborner REIT, based in Duisburg in northern Germany, boosted funds from operations in 2018 by 17.7% to €52.7m and said good business performance should (...)


Germany's Hamborner signs €52m of office projects in Aachen, Bonn

Duisburg-based Hamborner REIT has paid €51.6m for two office project developments comprising 14,400 sqm in Aachen and Bonn, reflecting a gross initial yield of (...)


Germany's Hamborner REIT raises FFO forecast after 18% 1H rise

Germany's Hamborner REIT reported an 18% rise to €26.1m in funds from operations for the first half and, due to the positive business trend, (...)


Germany's Hamborner REIT reports 2017 FFO up 24%, div raised to €0.45

In 2017, Duisburg-based Hamborner REIT boosted funds from operations by 24% to €44.7m, while income from rents and leases rose nearly 20%. But net profit was (...)


MIPIM BLOG Day 1: Sun still shining on European real estate but rain (caution) enters forecasts

Live from MIPIM (Cannes) - First impressions from the sunshine of Cannes: still plenty of optimism around real estate value in Europe though now it comes (...)


Germany's Hamborner REIT reports preliminary FFO up 24% at €45m

Germany's Hamborner REIT reported preliminary FFO up 24% for last year at €44.7m, helped by past capital increases and recent investments plus a 2.9% portfolio valuation (...)


European public real estate in good shape, led by German resi, French/Spanish office

European public real estate markets are in good shape as our website goes live. German housing stocks are near highs, as are most of (...)