Helvetica Property increases stakes in the German-speaking part of Switzerland

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Jan 26, 2020

The Fund Management company Helvetica Property acquired two attractive residential real estate portfolios with a total of 14 properties in the German-speaking part of Switzerland for the Helvetica Swiss Living (HSL Fund) at the end of 2019. The current portfolio of the HSL fund amounts to around CHF 88 million.


The acquired properties have a total rental space of over 21,000 m2 and generate annual target rental income of around CHF 4.0 million. The properties are well diversified in the German-speaking part of Switzerland and are situated in attractive locations in the cities Benglen ZH, Dottikon AG, Grenchen SO, Haag SG, Hirschthal AG, Kaisten AG, Lufingen ZH, Neuhausen SH, Oberkulm AG and Zetzwil AG. With the exception of one newly renovated property, the properties are practically fully let.


Michael Müller, CEO, says: «By actively managing the properties, we create attractive living space at reasonable renting prices for our tenants and at the same time we generate stable and interesting long-term cash flows for the investors


The HSL Fund invests in residential properties throughout Switzerland, with a clear focus where both regional and national economic centres are easily accessible and a positive population development is expected. The investment focus of the HSL Fund is on older and new properties as well as properties in need of maintenance and repair, which have the potential to increase in value through active Asset Management and the reduction of vacancies. The HSL Fund also focuses on locations that are easy to let and have good public and private transport connections.

Articles authored by Martin Signer

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