Should the Danish government successfully remove the article of the Danish act on housing regulation, which enables investors to renovate a property and subsequently increase rents, hundreds of thousands of Danish savers will pay a price through their pensions, writes Danish daily Berlingske.
Not only American private equity firm Blackstone currently makes use of this option; several pension funds purchase real estate with an objective to renovate and increase rent.
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