Core Property Management will not launch new funds due to lacking properties

Core Property Management with nine real estate funds will not launch new funds this year. "Sellers are holding back," CEO, Niels Lorentz Nielsen, tells AMWatch's sister media, EjendomsWatch. He does not expect the situation to change this year. EjendomsWatch brings an overview of returns from the individual funds. Five out of nine funds have seen a positive development compared to 2017.

From left: Peder Sehested Lund, CFO og partner, John Fisker Bødker, partner, Niels Lorentz Nielsen, CEOr, og Morten Munkager Knudsen, partner. | Photo: PR.

Locating new investment properties is proving difficult to Core Property Management, and for that reason launching a new property fund is not part of their 2019 plan.

This is how Niels Lorentz Nielsen, CEO of Core Property Management explains it in an interview with AMWatch's sister media, EjendomsWatch.

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