Swedish residential real estate firm makes first acquisition in Finland

Heimstaden Bostad now has a presence in all of the Nordic countries after spending EUR 21m on Helsinki properties. In-house operations are on the cards, CEO Patrik Hall says.

Patrik Hall, CEO at Heimstaden Bostad AB. | Photo: PR: Heimstaden Bostad AB.

Swedish residential real estate company Heimstaden Bostad AB has made its first acquisition in Finland, the company announces.

The SEK 215m (EUR 21m) investment consists of two standing rental properties consisting of 242 homes and 639 square meters of commercial space in Helsinki.

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