Accusations of sloppy construction lead PFA to scrutinize real estate project

Denmarks largest pension company, PFA, has brought an inspection of 104 homes forward, as it fears renters' complaints of sloppy construction will put off potential tenants.

The Fjordbrynet project | Photo: PR visualization

After a storm of criticism from tenants, PFA is bringing forward the inspection of all of the apartments included in its residential real estate project Fjordbrynet in Kolding, Denmark. The apartments were completed in spring, and were not due for inspection before a year had passed.

Local news outlet Fredericia Dagblad reports that the tenants living in the penthouse apartments of the two blocks, which consist of 104 homes, have terminated their rental contracts after complaining that the properties were badly constructed. This has been noted by PFA, which fears that the dissatisfaction could "be a sticking point for potential future tenants".

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