BNP Paribas RE Capital Markets has been mandated to assist elbfonds in its Portfolio Management Strategy, including, a potential sale of selected assets and support in project financing.
“elbfonds continues its strategy to adjust its organizational and business structure to the official requirements for the closed–end investment funds,” commented Stephan Groht. “We carefully select our outsourcing partners for certain areas of expertise in order to provide the best-in-class service to our clients and investors and to support the marcredo brand awareness.”
“The retail properties that are included in the elbfonds’ portfolio are well established and income producing assets. Most of the portfolio represents convenient shopping center formats and are located in the middle of large residential areas,” commented Małgorzata Gajuk, Associate Director, Capital Markets Department, BNP Paribas Real Estate. “These properties could be a very interesting investment opportunity for investors who are looking for satisfactory return on investments with limited investment risk.”
“The portfolio embraces diversified retail assets with rental income generated from lease agreements with reputable tenants, that a potential investor could acquire asset by asset or as a package deal,” said Piotr Goździewicz, Director, Capital Markets Department, BNP Paribas Real Estate.
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