21 2014
November
published 7:30

Hemfosa Fastigheter acquires community service properties in western Sweden at a total value of MSEK 270

Publicerat: 21 November 2014 7:30

Hemfosa Fastigheter is to acquire five community service properties in western Sweden at an underlying property value of MSEK 270. The acquired properties comprise leasable area of some 23,000 sqm, used for such purposes as schools and other municipal and government operations. The acquisition will further strengthen Hemfosa’s position in community service properties with stable cash flows.

The acquisition comprises three properties in Vänersborg, as well as two properties in Mölnlycke with a leasable area totaling about 23,000 sqm. The largest tenant is Fridaskolorna AB, which has been operating pre-schools and schools for 20 years. Other tenants include Vänersborg Municipality and the Swedish Prison and Probation Service. The leasing rate of the acquired property portfolio is approximately 94 percent and the average term of the lease is about 11 years as of year-end 2014.


The sellers are Niklasberg AB and AB Kullbäckstorp. Possession will be taken on December 1, 2014.


“This is another transaction to strengthen our position in the prioritized community service property segment, which is completely in line with Hemfosa’s strategy of developing a property portfolio with stable and strong cash flows. With the acquisition of the properties in Vänersborg and Mölnlycke, we will increase the proportion of properties with school operations, which will contribute to optimizing the mixture of tenants within the community service property segment,” says Jens Engwall, CEO of Hemfosa Fastigheter.


For further information, please contact:


Jens Engwall, CEO, jens.engwall@hemfosa.se, mobile phone +46 70-690 6550, switchboard +46 8-448 04 80




This constitutes information that Hemfosa Fastigheter AB (publ) may be legally obliged to publish under the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was issued for publication on November 21, 2014 at 7:30 a.m. (CET).

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