Eschborn, September 21, 2017 – Noratis AG (ISIN: DE000A2E4MK4, WKN: A2E4MK, „Noratis“) today announced that it has signed a notarised agreement for the acquisition of a property portfolio comprising 354 apartments in the Hamburg metropolitan region. The multi-family houses are located in Ratzeburg and Mölln near Lübeck; they were built between 1953 and 1984. The total rental space amounts to around 20,600 square metres, the current rent totals 1.2 million Euro, and the vacancy rate is around 6 percent.
Following its active asset management approach, Noratis AG plans to enhance the value of the portfolio and reduce its vacancy rate. Almost all of the properties are located on owned land, with just 18 apartments being situated on land subject to a heritable building right.
Igor Christian Bugarski, CEO of Noratis, explains the acquisition: “After the recently announced portfolio sale in Dormagen, we can now follow this up with an exciting portfolio acquisition that reflects our proven acquisition profile. This is a further building block for the continued dynamic development of Noratis AG.”
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