Nordic institutional investors are now net sellers in local RE markets

A new report from Pangea Property Partners claims Nordic institutional investors have become net sellers of real estate after more than a decade in the role of net buyers.

Swedish institutional investors have the highest property allocation amon the Nordic countries. | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Nordic institutional investors have become net sellers in their domestic property markets, a report from Pangea Property Partners shows.

According to news site IPE, Nordic advisory firm Pangea Property Partners describes institutional investors shifting from the role of net buyers to net sellers. This transition is attributed to a growing appetite for international real estate and development projects, new capital requirements as well as existing high real estate allocations.

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