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Ulrich Höller - German Estate Group

German Estate Group

In the largest single German property deal so far this year, the Frankfurt-based German Estate Group (GEG) bought the landmark property IBC International Business Campus in Frankfurt for €400m in an off-market transaction. Property lender Berlin... more

Jun 29, 2016 10:00 AM Investment

Ulrich Höller - German Estate Group

German Estate Group

The newly-established German Estate Group (GEG), the platform created by Frankfurt-based developer and property manager DIC and the US buyout group KKR, has kicked off its investment programme by buying two assets in Munich for a total of €160m. more

Aug 6, 2015 10:24 AM Investment

Ulrich Höller - DIC Asset AG

DIC Asset AG

In a number of statements last year about the future of Germany’s listed commercial real estate sector, Ulrich Höller, the head of the listed Frankfurt-based DIC Asset AG forecast a likely wave of consolidation in the sector, similar to what the... more

Feb 17, 2015 10:00 AM Companies

1st REFD

Frankfurt School Verlag

"Loans are much cheaper in this country than in Scandinavia, for example, because Germany is overbanked," Matthias Moser, Group Head of Alternative Investments at Patrizia, informed the around 150 delegates at the 1st Real Estate Finance Day held... more

Jun 5, 2014 10:00 AM Markets

Higher Risk

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Large investors in German real estate are showing an increasing appetite for taking on bigger risks for smaller yield, according to Ernst & Young’s annual real estate barometer. The researchers also expect to see a rise in cross-border... more

Feb 17, 2014 10:00 AM Investment

Energy

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Germany’s Upper House of Parliament, the Bundesrat, approved and signed into law the long-awaited Energy Savings Directive (EnEV2014), which stipulates the minimum level of energy saving measures required from all new-build properties as part of... more

Nov 14, 2013 10:00 AM Markets

Two of Germany’s top listed real estate companies have opted this month to tap the bond markets as a source of fresh finance, as an alternative to their more traditional route of raising capital through a scrip issue to existing shareholders. more

Jul 12, 2013 10:00 AM Companies