Swedish real estate investor buys EUR 375 million real estate portfolio

The portfolio consists of 41 properties totaling 138,900 square meters across the Netherlands.

Heimstaden is increasing its presence in the Netherlands. | Photo: Julie Thomsen

Swedish real estate company Heimstaden has bought a Dutch real estate portfolio worth EUR 375 million (DKK 2.8 billion) through its subsidiary company, Heimstaden Bostad.

The portfolio includes 41 properties consisting of 2,023 residential and business units, as well as parking facilities. The portfolio totals 138,900 square meters, Heimstaden reports in a press release.

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