When you’re the second-largest private property owner of public-services properties in Sweden and want to make a difference for your tenants, you take an interest when someone announces “I want to build Sweden’s best sheltered accommodation”.Read more
Stockholm Administrative Court has around 500 employees who face a particular challenge. Just as with all other public-services properties, there needs to be room for two different worlds. The combination between workplace and public space is a challenge that we often encounter, but our experience allows us to find the best solutions together with our customer for their particular needs.Read more
As a landlord, Hemfosa plays an important part in helping the organisations based in our properties to develop. We have been cooperating with the International English School in Sundsvall for almost five years. Over that time, the school has doubled both in terms of space and its number of pupils.Read more
We provide properties for some of the most important people in Sweden, Norway and Finland. The staff who work in our premises educate our children, take care of our elderly and help to keep our society safe.Read more
Our tenants are important to our entire society. They should be able to focus purely on their work – not the premises. This is why we develop and adapt our properties to their needs.Read more
Hemfosa’s second quarter was dominated by work involving the two major deals that we completed at the end of June and after the close of the quarter. In June, we strengthened our financial position to enable attractive acquisitions by carrying out a directed share issue that was met with great interest from institutional investors in Sweden and abroad. Meanwhile, the process to prepare Hemfosa for a potential split into two specialized property companies is ongoing.