US-based Hines reaching for Danish residential properties

A US-based investor must also become a competitive player in the housing market, says Hines Nordic Real Estate's managing director in an interview with AMWatch's sister media, EjendomsWatch. He recognizes a certain resentment towards foreign investors but is not concerned. Good relations make the second deal easier, he says.

James Robson, Hines' Nordic Head. | Photo: PR.

Today, US-based real estate investor and developer Hines owns 40 residences in Denmark, split between three portfolios, some of which are still under construction.

For one of Europe's largest investors and as an international market player, that is not very much, which is why the company is looking to increase the number of Danish investment properties through acquiring existing buildings and developing new residential properties, says James Robson, head of Hines' business in Denmark, Norway and Finland, to AMWatch's sister media, EjendomsWatch.

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