How Heimstaden Will Gear Up in Norway

Norway Norway — Marianne Frønsdal has been appointed Country Manager of Heimstaden in Norway. She tells Nordic Property News about the challenges, how the record-breaking Akelius deal will affect the company’s business, and her main focus in the new role.

Heimstaden Issues EUR 300 Million Hybrid Bond

Nordic — Heimstaden AB today successfully issued EUR 300 million in its inaugural euro-denominated subordinated perpetual hybrid bond with an initial reset of 5.25 years. The bond carries an annual fixed rate coupon of 6.750 percent and a yield of 6.875 percent.

Heimstaden's CEO on the Blockbuster Deal: "An Excellent Chance to Grow"

Nordic — It was a transaction for the ages when Heimstaden acquired properties from Akelius for EUR 9.1 billion. Heimstaden's CEO Patrik Hall tells Nordic Property News about the deal, Heimstaden's ambitions going forward and gives his view on the possibility of expropriation in Berlin.

Heimstaden Acquires Residential Portfolio from Akelius for EUR 9.1 billion

Nordic — Heimstaden subsidiary, Heimstaden Bostad, buys 599 properties with 28,776 homes centrally located in Berlin (14,050), Hamburg (3,592), Stockholm (5,934), Malmö (4,107), and Copenhagen (1,093). Transaction value SEK 92.5 billion (EUR 9.1 billion) with SEK 2.8 billion in annual rental income.

Heimstaden Bostad Sets New Climate Targets

Sweden Sweden — Heimstaden Bostad has set new sustainability targets and will invest SEK 5 billion to reduce the company’s greenhouse gas emissions by at least 46 percent by 2030, in line with the Paris Agreement ambition to limit global warming to 1.5°C.

Heimstaden Delivers SEK 4.6 Billion in Profit

Sweden Sweden — CEO Patrik Hall: "We continued to invest in new and existing markets and reached a major milestone with Heimstaden Bostad’s first UK investment in May."

Why the Danish Residential Market Is One of the European Champions

Denmark Denmark — Christian Fladeland, Co‑CIO of Heimstaden, on the recent blockbuster acquisition, and future growth targets in Denmark.

Heimstaden Bostad Acquires Large Danish Portfolio

Denmark Denmark — Heimstaden AB’s subsidiary, Heimstaden Bostad AB strengthens its presence in Denmark through a SEK 3.5 billion acquisition of 1,473 homes in several attractive locations.

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.

Heimstaden Bostad Enters Finland

Finland Finland — Heimstaden Bostad AB has acquired 242 homes in Helsinki for SEK 215 million (EUR 21 million), its first acquisition in the Finnish market.

Heimstaden Expands in Germany

Nordic — Heimstaden’s subsidiary, Heimstaden Bostad AB, buys 1,732 homes for SEK 1.9 billion and expands to six new cities in Northern and Eastern Germany.

Heimstaden Enters New Market – Here Are their Plans

Sweden Sweden — Heimstaden adds a new Swedish market to the portfolio. With the Örebro entry, Kent Persson, Head of Social Policy at Heimstaden, tells Nordic Property News about the development of the city and the company's growth plans in Örebro.

Heimstaden Strengthens the UK Team

Nordic — After the inaugural acquisition in the UK, Heimstaden's strengthens the team on the British Isles with an appointment from JLL.

Heimstaden Acquires Large Polish Portfolio

Nordic — Heimstaden Bostad AB buys a newbuild portfolio with 2,496 homes in Poland for SEK 3.1 billion from leading Polish residential development company, Budimex.

Why Heimstaden Chooses Denmark over Sweden

Nordic — Heimstaden continues its expansive journey and makes an entrance on the UK market. CEO Patrik Hall tells Nordic Property News about the future plans in the English market and why he has chosen to invest in Denmark across Sweden recently.

Heimstaden Enters United Kingdom

Nordic — Heimstaden subsidiary, Heimstaden Bostad AB, buys newbuild project “Soho Wharf” with 752 residential units in Birmingham for SEK 1.9 billion (GBP 160 million) from Apsley House Capital and Galliard Homes. Galliard will also act as developer for the project.

Heimstaden Bostad Acquires over 1,000 Residential Units in Linköping

Sweden Sweden — Heimstaden Bostad acquires 1,118 residential units for SEK 2.5 billion in Linköping from municipal housing company Stångåstaden, and significantly strengthens its presence in the region.

What Fredrik Reinfeldt Hopes to Bring to Heimstaden

Sweden Sweden — Former Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt tells Nordic Property News about his view on Heimstaden and his ambition as board member of the company.

The Swedish Pensions Agency Invests SEK 1 billion in Heimstaden

Nordic — The Swedish Pensions Agency invests SEK 1 billion in Heimstaden Bostad AB, and becomes a partner with the industrial owner Heimstaden AB and the existing institutional investors Alecta, Folksamgruppen, Sandvik Pensionsstiftelse and Ericsson Pensionsstiftelse.

Former Swedish PM Fredrik Reinfeldt New Board Member of Heimstaden

Nordic — The former Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt is proposed as new board membed of Heimstaden. Kent Persson, former party secretary during Reinfeldt's time as PM and Head of Social Policy at Heimstaden, tells Nordic Property News what Fredrik Reinfeldt will bring to Heimstaden.

Heimstaden Bostad to Raise SEK 4 Billion in Equity

Sweden Sweden — Heimstaden Bostad AB announces that authority has been granted by the shareholders, at an extraordinary general meeting held on 8 January, to raise an additional SEK 4 billion in equity through a directed new share issue towards existing shareholders, Heimstaden, Alecta, Ericsson and Folksam Group. The issue will be completed on 12 January.

How Heimstaden Finalized the All-Time High Residential Deal

Denmark Denmark — Christian Fladeland, co-CIO of Heimstaden, tells Nordic Property News about the acquisition of HD Ejendomme from Niam for about EUR 1.63 billion, the background of the massive investment, and future growth in Denmark.

Niam and Heimstaden in Record-Breaking Residential Transaction

Denmark Denmark — Niam has signed an agreement to sell a Danish residential portfolio, which includes the real estate company HD Ejendomme, to Heimstaden. A total of 152 residential properties are included in the portfolio, comprising 6,237 residential units, of which several have been developed during Niam's ownership.

Why the Polish Market Attracts Heimstaden

Nordic — Co-CIO Christian Fladeland: “The average quality in the rental market is not meeting the requirements of today’s tenants.”

Nyfosa Divests Residential Properties to Heimstaden

Sweden Sweden — Nyfosa has signed an agreement with Heimstaden to divest two properties in Eskilstuna at an underlying property value of MSEK 445.