09 July 2024

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The Bouwinvest Residential Fund has reached agreement on the sale of 48 homes in Haarlem. The homes were built in 1990, and most of them have A or B energy labels.

The homes, with an average surface area of 73 m², are located in the Zuiderpolder-noord district of Haarlem and are divided over two residential complexes.

Commenting on the transaction, Paul van Stiphout, Fund Manager Dutch Residential Investments, says: “This sale is another step in the optimisation of our portfolio. This transaction will help us to improve our performance and offer our investors a stable return.”

Arjan van der Kooij, board member at tbm real estate investors: “The acquisition of these properties in Haarlem is a perfect fit with our strategy to add high-quality and energy-efficient homes to our portfolio. We are delighted with this opportunity.”

Capital Value and NewGround Law assisted the Bouwinvest Residential Fund in the sale.