Hemfosa has acquired a property in central Sundsvall with an underlying property value of MSEK 79 and has sold three properties in VÄxjÖ, Uppsala and Haninge with a total underlying property value of MSEK 70. The acquired properties comprise the former Sundsvallsbanken, which is currently leased with
Hemfosa also implemented three divestments: in VÄxjÖ, Uppsala and Haninge, at a total underlying property value of MSEK 70, which exceeds the most recent market value by MSEK 24. All of the properties sold are project properties that are completely or partly vacant, and where the total leasable area amounts to 8,689 square meters.
Hemfosa’s net investment amounts to MSEK 9. Access to the new property and vacating from the properties occurred in April, May and
“The acquisition of the former Sundsvallsbanken will strengthen our property portfolio in the office segment in expanding districts and will contribute to further boosting Hemfosa’s position in Sundsvall,” says
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About Hemfosa Fastigheter Hemfosa Fastigheter is a Swedish property company with a property portfolio characterized by a balanced geographic spread and a high proportion of public properties, with government and municipal administrations as the largest tenants. This generates stable revenue flow and a healthy yield. At the same time, value is created through active participation in the transaction market.
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