Here are the Most Leveraged Real Estate Companies in the Nordics

Nordic — Nordic Property News has taken a closer look at how heavily mortgaged the listed real estate companies are. Here is the full list.
Copenhagen, Formeriet.

Catella European Residential Fund III Acquires Two Properties

Denmark Denmark — Buys two fully-let residential buildings in Copenhagen for over €60 million.

Positive Growth in Nordic Housing Construction

Nordic — According to Navet Analytics' latest economic report for the construction market in the Nordic region, it can be stated that overall housing construction shows positive growth during the first quarter of this year.
Patrik Emanuelsson, CEO of Heba.

Here are the Heavyweights With the Highest Occupancy rates

Nordic — Nordic Property News presents a list over the Nordic companies with the highest occupancy rates.
Ilija Batljan, CEO of SBB Norden.

SBB Becomes the Second Largest Owner in Arlandastad Group

Sweden Sweden — SBB acquires 15 percent of Arlandastad Group from Gelba Management for the equivalent of SEK 564 million. At the same time, Arlandastad Group and SBB have signed an agreement that gives SBB the opportunity, at market value, based on two independent valuations, to acquire the community properties and rental housing that will be sold in the future. Furthermore, a so-called joint venture company is started to develop major real estate projects in strategic areas.

Peab is Building Hangars for Surveillance Flights in Evenes

Norway Norway — Peab has been commissioned to build a hangar, warehouse, workshop and administration building at Evenes Airport for military surveillance aircraft. The client is Forsvarsbygg and the contract value amounts to approximately NOK 646 million.
Erik Selin, CEO of Balder.

Balder Buys Norwegian Retail Properties Under the Radar

Norway Norway — Erik Selin and Balder has once again increased its real estate portfolio, this time by acquiring retail properties in Norway.
Rikke Lykke.

DEAS Group Strengthens its International Perspective with Appointment of Rikke Lykke as new CEO

Denmark Denmark — DEAS Group, consisting of DEAS A/S and DEAS Asset Management A/S, has over the last years transformed from a Danish property management company to a Nordic full-service partner to property investors. A significant step on this journey was made earlier this year with the acquisition of Aberdeen Standard Investments’ direct Nordic real estate activities – and DEAS Group aims to continue this strategic expansion.
Olof Andersson.

Trianon has Increased its Holding in Signatur Fastigheter - Triggers a Bid Obligation

Sweden Sweden — Fastighets AB Trianon has acquired an additional 7,065,662 Class B shares in Signatur Fastigheter AB.
David Mindus, CEO of Sagax.

Sagax Divests Residential Project in Järfälla

Sweden Sweden — Sagax has signed an agreement with Peab regarding the transfer of the property Veddesta 1:13 in Järfälla municipality, Stockholm.
Christian Fladeland, co-CIO of Heimstaden.

Why Heimstaden’s Finnish Entry Was Delayed

Finland Finland — Christian Fladeland, Co‑CIO of Heimstaden, tells Nordic Property News about the Finnish entry, where they want to grow, and for how long they have looked for investment opportunities in the country.
Anders Danielsson, CEO of Skanska.

Skanska's Q2: Increase of Order Bookings in Construction

Sweden Sweden — The construction giant Skanska has presented its Q2 figures.
Joakim Alm.

ALM Equity publishes bond prospectus - the first trading day is expected to be tomorrow

Sweden Sweden — On June 17, 2021, ALM Equity issued unsecured corporate bonds of SEK 1,000 million within a framework of a total of SEK 1,250 million. The bonds have a maturity of 5 years and a variable interest rate corresponding to 6.50 percent over 3-month STIBOR.
Johan Grevelius, CEO of SBF Bostad.

Reasons Behind SBF Bostad’s Malmö Investments

Sweden Sweden — CEO Johan Grevelius: “If a deal like this had turned up in Gothenburg, we wouldn’t have made the acquisition.”

H1 2021: The Largest Swedish Transactions

Sweden Sweden — Nordic Property News presents the five largest transactions on the Swedish property market, during the first six months of 2021.
Fabian Søbak, CEO of Self Storage Group.

Self Storage Group Makes Acquisition in Asker

Norway Norway — Self Storage Group has entered into an agreement to acquire a property in Billingstadsletta 91 in Asker.

Peab Rebuilds Prison in Härnosand

Sweden Sweden — Peab has been commissioned to rebuild and renovate the former prison in Härnösand. The customer is Intea Fastigheter and the contract is worth SEK 157 million.

Geveran Trading Increases Holding in Norwegian Property

Norway Norway — Carucel Invest AS, a company controlled by Carl Erik Krefting (Krefting) who is a board member of Norwegian Property ASA (NPRO), has on July 20, 2021, terminated its existing TRS agreement relating to 4,262,801 shares in NPRO at NOK 18.25 per share.
Stefan Mächler, CIO of Swiss Life Group.

Swiss Life: “We See Further Growth Targets in the Nordics”

Nordic — Swiss Life Group’s CIO Stefan Mächler tells Nordic Property News on the reasons behind the Nordic entry, and why NRP’s real estate portfolio was of attraction.

H1 2021: The Largest Finnish Transactions

Finland Finland — Nordic Property News presents the five largest transactions on the Finnish property market, during the first six months of 2021.

SBF Bostad Makes Malmö Acquisition

Sweden Sweden — SBF Bostad AB has entered into agreements for acquisitions of properties with a total lettable area amounting to 9,368 square meters. The properties are acquired for an agreed market value of approximately SEK 348 million, before deduction of deferred tax. The seller is a private property owner.
Node (Vattentornet 2).

Wihlborgs Signs New Lease in Lund

Sweden Sweden — Wihlborgs has signed a lease to let 1,300 sqm at the Nya Vattentornet 2 property in Ideon Science Park in Lund to the Human Rights Institute.
Building rights divested by Diös.

Diös Sells Development Rights to K2A

Sweden Sweden — Property owner Diös, one of the driving forces behind the establishment of a legally approved zoning plan for the Alliero area of central Sundsvall, has sold development rights to the property company K2A.

H1 2021: The Largest Norwegian Transactions

Norway Norway — Nordic Property News presents the five largest transactions on the Norwegian property market, during the first six months of 2021.
Peter Wallin.

After the Danish Divestment: How Bonava Moves Forward

Nordic — Bonava's CEO Peter Wallin on what market they see greatest growth opportunities, why Norway is considered as an independent market from now, and his view on Sweden.