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Shares in Berlin housing firm Ado Properties have risen on news it is negotiating the sale of around one-quarter of its portfolio, some 5,800 (...)
Following half-year results showing FFO1 rose by 13.5% to €283.4m, German listed firm Deutsche Wohnen has sold a package of 6,350 housing units to (...)
Germany's largest private landlord Vonovia, responding to pressures over rising rents, said it provides homes for a diversity of the population, including lower income (...)
Berlin listed housing group Deutsche Wohnen, the epicentre of a citizens’ expropriation campaign, has made a voluntary commitment to limit rents to a maximum of 30% (...)
Deutsche Wohnen, the main target of Berlin's housing expropriation debate, plus Germany's largest residential owner Vonovia, say private capital is acting responsibly to meet shortages.
The initiative Expropriate German Housing & Combat Speculation aims to expropriate private homeowners with more than 3,000 apartments in Berlin. On the agenda are (...)
Greek shipping billionaire George Economou has become the second largest shareholder in Germany's TLG Immobilien after buying nearly 8% from Swiss M&A boutique Bedrock.
Because Berlin new-build housing continues to lag demand, more residents are looking toward the 'gravy belt' communities, while developers introduce innovative topping-up solutions.
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Germany's Deutsche Wohnen reported a near-11% surge in 2018 funds from operations to €479.4m, ending with 167,000 residential units valued at over €22bn.
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Deutsche Wohnen, Germany's second largest listed housing firm, has confirmed that it is acquiring nearly 3,000 domestic assets from Sweden's Akelius, paying €685m.
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Spanish residential developer Neinor Homes reported net profit of €45.99m in 2018, turning round a 2017 loss of €25.93m, and said it continues to see strong (...)
Deutsche Wohnen, Germany's second largest listed housing company, is reported to be preparing to purchase, for some €750m, some 2,800 domestic residential assets from (...)
Germany's Union Investment is nearing a deal to buy about 16,000 domestic housing units from Chinese investor CIC, taking over the company BGP at (...)
Bochum-based housing giant Vonovia has raised €698.1m with the sale of its stake in German listed peer Deutsche Wohnen via an accelerated bookbuilding offer to institutions.
Ouram Holding, the senior minority shareholder in Berlin’s listed real estate firm TLG, has requested an extraordinary shareholder meeting to make major changes to (...)
The participation of Germany's Vonovia and Zurich's Swiss Life in the winning bid for French SNCF's housing portfolio is good for Europe, good for France – (...)
There seems little doubt that the more than 400 delegates to the EPRA conference last week reflected the rising interest in listed real estate (...)
Berlin listed housing firm Deutsche Wohnen aims to exploit rental income potential from its 160,000 housing units, and sees this with more potential than (...)
German listed Deutsche Wohnen increased FFO by 13% in first half to €248.5m, though group profit fell to €652.7m mainly due to a lower (...)
Berlin's Deutsche Wohnen, Germany's second largest housing group managing 164,000 units has signed agreements to acquire 30 nursing properties totaling around 4,700 care places. (...)
German housing giant Vonovia is looking in detail at four countries outside Germany to grow its residential portfolio: Sweden, The Netherlands, France and Spain, CFO Stefan Kirsten told (...)
Berlin's Deutsche Wohnen, Germany's second largest housing group managing 163,000 units, said its portfolio appreciated in value by €2.4bn last year and group net rose (...)
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