(Finansavisen.en): We see that new entrants are acting in Stavanger. Utenbysaktører have mainly purchased properties in the lower end of the risikoskalaen the last few years, but now we find in addition that opportunistic actors trades property with high risk to lower levels, " says Frode Gyland, vice president at DNB Næringsmegling Stavanger.
An example is norway Post's terminal in Svanholmen 4 at Forus, where a Bodø-the actor bought the property even if the tenancy runs out in 2019. Another example is the Oslo-based Edgar Haugens purchase of Stavanger Business Park in Kontorveien 15, despite a significant vacancy in the building.
- the-Hill himself states that it is possible to make great purchase after that the prices have come down and believes there is light in the tunnel in Stavangermarkedet, " says Gyland, according to Finansavisen.activity
When it comes to transactions in the Stavanger region in years, he points out that local investors are also becoming more active, especially in the second half of the year. Among other things, purchased the V20 including Ole Soppeland on ownership, several properties with the high unemployment rate of Norwegian Property.
Gyland also see that foreign investors are fully back after having been very passive since 2014-2015.
" It has been a very high level of transactions volume in the second half of the year, especially in the fourth quarter. Total volume is now over 6 billion. We see significant activity in all segments and risikoklasser, " says Gyland to the newspaper.
At the end of 2018 it was done 24 transactions over nok 50 million. Local investors account for 10 of the transactions, with a volume of 1.6 billion, according to Finansavisen.
It is far from the only lavrisikoprosjekter sold. Of the total transactions so far this year is approximately 2.3 billion related to projects with normal risk or higher risk; the need for the development, transformation, with short tenancy, and the like.the Hunt for better yield
For many investors, provides the best Oslo properties lower yield than finansieringskost, which contributes to the look of the other cities, " says Thomas Ramcilovic, an analyst at DNB Næringsmegling, according to Finansavisen.
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