Here are two men who have acquired more than 400 properties in Denmark, Germany and Poland since 2006. They have inspected every one of them personally, and the portfolio has grown to a value of more than DKK 22 billion, distributed between eight funds which count pension funds, family funds and wealthy individuals as customers.
EjendomsWatch is at Core Property Management's new premises in Axel Towers in central Copenhagen with a view of Tivoli's main entrance and the city.
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