Reasons Behind the Major Oslo Divestment

Norway Norway — Tormod Sandstø, Director, Media Relations at Telenor, tells Nordic Property News about Telenor Real Estate’s future strategy, and why the timing of selling the Fornebu office was perfect at this stage.

The Transaction Boom in Norway: “The Activity Is High in All Segments”

Norway Norway — Håvard A. Nustad, Partner and Director at Pangea Property Partners, on the latest massive acquisitions in Oslo, why the Norwegian market is booming right now, and what the transaction volume in Norway is estimated to, during 2020.

“We Are Constantly Looking at New Investment Opportunities”

Nordic — Kristin Willerström, Regional Director, Nordics at Pembroke, tells Nordic Property News about possible expansion plans in the Nordic region, her view on the future office market, whether they will enter Copenhagen, and actions towards the tenants – during the pandemic.

Why the Norwegian Office Market Has Taken a Smaller Hit During the Pandemic

Norway Norway — Entra’s CEO Sonja Horn on the Q3 figures, why they continue to grow in the office segment, and how the discussions with the tenants have been, during a challenging quarter.

Why the Property CEO Returns to the Legal Business

Norway Norway — After one and a half year as CEO of the listed real estate company Solon Eiendom, Stig L. Bech joins the legal firm Wiersholm as a Partner. To Nordic Property News he tells about the decision, the highlights during his spell at Solon, and the future legal challenges, post Covid-19.

Still a Great Need for Residential in Norway

Norway Norway — Selvaag Bolig’s CEO Rolf Thorsen tells Nordic Property News about the Norwegian residential market: “The sales were better than expected in Q3.”

“The Activity Is More or Less Back to Normal”

Norway Norway — Just over six months have passed since the corona outbreak started to make an impact on the investment market across Europe. How has it affected the Nordic giants? Nordic Property News has spoken to some of the companies in the Nordics. Today: Sonja Horn, CEO of the Norwegian listed company, Entra.

Eiendomsspar Sells Attractive Office Building in Oslo

Norway Norway — Eiendomsspar and a company established by Vika Project Finance with Canica as the sole investor in the company, have today signed a bid acceptance for one of Oslo's most attractive office properties. Takeover is planned during November 2020.

For Sale: One of Oslo CBD’s Most Attractive Office Buildings – Wework One of the Tenants

Norway Norway — The seller is Eiendomsspar who acquired the property in 2011 from Aberdeen Asset Management for approx. EUR 83 million. CEO Christian Ringnes tells Nordic Property News: “It may seem a little strange that we are selling such an attractive building.”

Why Selin and Balder Went for Anthon B Nilsen in Norway

Norway Norway — Erik Selin, Founder and CEO of the Nordic property giant Balder: "A diversified portfolio with a good mix of objects."

The German Investor: “Oslo Remains Difficult Due to Its Nature of NOK Currency”

Nordic — Matthias Brodesser, Head of Transaction Management International at Warburg-HIH Invest, tells Nordic Property News about the latest office acquisition in Finland, the Nordic targets for the company, and why Norway is not an investment target for the company.

Ferd Eiendom on the Offensive: “A Great Demand for Office Spaces in Oslo CBD”

Norway Norway — Ferd Eiendom’s Head of Investments, Stian Levi Andresen, on the NOK 1 billion acquisition in Oslo CBD, the current status for the major purchase of the NRK plot, and how the pandemic has slowed things down during the negotiations.

Another Attractive CBD Plot for Sale in Oslo

Norway Norway — Expectations for a divestment worth more than NOK 1 billion. Norwegian Directorate of Public Construction and Property’s adviser Olav Magnus Moen tells about the process, and potential interested investors.

Five Year Rent and Yield Development in the Nordic Capitals

Nordic — The office market worldwide is put through big challenges. But how has the rent and yield development been the last five years in the Nordic capitals? Nordic Property News lists the development in the office market.

The Transaction Market to Bounce Back in the Nordics

Nordic — Mikael Söderlundh, Head of Research at Pangea Property Partners, tells about the development on the Nordic transaction market; the corona effects, new trends and which Nordic countries that global investors are aiming for to make investments. ”Many deals have a deadline before the summer.”

How the Global Interest for Norway Has Increased

Norway Norway — The interest for investments in the Norwegian real estate market is higher now, than before the corona crisis. Pangea Property Partners’ CEO Bård Bjølgerud gives the reasons for a possible investment boom in Norway, going forward.

Despite the Crisis – the Global Interest for the Nordics Remains

Nordic — Sven Dahlin, Partner at the property adviser Nordanö: ”There is a large interest from Korean Investors.”

How the Government Has Supported the Norwegian Business Sector

Norway Norway — Nordic Property News has taken a look on how the Nordic governments support the business sector in general, and the real estate business in particular, day by day since the corona outbreak. Today: Norway.

The Pandemic Effects: Why Entra’s Property Value Has Not Increased

Norway Norway — Office investor Entra’s CEO Sonja Horn on why they still see a strong demand for the development pipeline, and the effects on their markets due to the oil crisis and coronavirus.

“We Have One of the Strongest Property Portfolios in Northern Europe”

Nordic — SBB’s CEO and Founder Ilija Batljan on the corona crisis, why the company still stands solid and he also comments on the legal dispute of NOK 640 million in Oslo.

“The Corona Crisis Will Give Us Attractive Opportunities”

Norway Norway — SPG’s Managing Partner Knut Holte on the latest deal outside Oslo and the important actions in challenging times.

SPG Divests Property to Union Core Real Estate Fund

Norway Norway — Scandinavian Property Group (SPG) has sold the Fyrstikkalléen 19 property located in Ensjø, Oslo. The property is approximately 2,000 square meters and with a long lease to the preschool operator Ulna AS.

Akershus Eiendom: “Most Companies Are Facing a Cash Flow Problem”

Norway Norway — Knut Berget, Partner Transactions at Akershus Eiendom, on the current status of the Norwegian real estate market, how the property owners are handling this situation and how the falling oil prices are linked to a historic weak currency.

Entra: “Some of Our Tenants Are Struggling”

Norway Norway — Sonja Horn, CEO of the office investor Entra, tells Nordic Property News on the company’s view on the ongoing corona crisis, how it affects their business and how Entra was prepared for this extreme scenario.

“There Will Be Both Positive and Negative Effects on the Norwegian Property Market”

Norway Norway — Bent Oustad, CEO of the listed real estate company Norwegian Property, tells Nordic Property News on the office investor’s actions during the crisis and which effects he sees among their tenants.