Anders Molin Recruited to Nordic Property News

Nordic Fastighetssverige and Nordic Property News opens an office in Stockholm and recruits Anders Molin, most recently from TK Development, as Head of Nordics at Nordic Property News.


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Anders Molin. Image: Nicklas Tollesson
Anders Molin.

Anders Molin has more than a decade’s experience in the real estate sector, mainly within retail. For seven years he has been a project developer at TK Development and has also worked for Newsec and RSD Retail.

In mid-August, he took the role as Key Account Manager and Head of Nordics at Nordic Property News.

“It feels as if I have gotten a flying start. Nordic Property News is an established new site about the Nordic real estate market, and there is a big interest among the Nordic companies to be exposed to the international market. I have followed Nordic Property News in my earlier professions since the launch in 2015. It is now time for it to develop further and it is exhilarating to be a part of that journey,” says Anders Molin.

In conjunction with the recruitment of Anders Molin, the company opens an office in central Stockholm.

“We are pleased about the recruitment of Anders Molin. He has a lot of knowledge and a great network within the real estate industry and is the right man for the job as we are now facing a bigger investment in Nordic Property News. We have been working out of Gothenburg for 22 years and opening an office in Stockholm feels like a natural step,” says Rolf Andersson, CEO and owner of Nordic Property News, Fastighetssverige and Lokalnytt.

Nordic Property News is the Nordic real estate markets window to the world. Since the launch in 2015 Nordic Property News is the only site with news in English about the Nordic real estate market.

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