Published at: 2018-10-31 17:36 | Author: Robert McLean
Round Hill Capital has added 3,263 rental residential units to its portfolio of European real estate assets through the acquisition of 106 apartments buildings in Finland.
The buildings are located in Helsinki and in regional towns near the south of the country. “We have evaluated the Finnish real estate market on a continuous basis and we perceive that it has been returning to sustainable growth,” says Stan Kubáček, Investment Director for Europe in Round Hill Capital. The company specializes in the management of large rental residential portfolios around Europe. “Our goal is active management of the Finnish portfolio, long-term increase in its value, which we wa...
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