One of the more discrete foreign investors within the Danish property market is still making moves. The Pears family, which is one of the UK's most wealthy families, has taken over 47 residential properties in two separate deals in Søborg, a suburb of Copenhagen.
The largest property is on Søborg Hovedgade (Søborg High Street, -ed.) and was built in the 1950s, and the other property consists of eight flats that are around ten years old in the Gyngemosen area, says Sofie Vett Raaschou, who is head of Danish investments for the family.
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