M7 Real Estate Ltd is one of the leading specialists in the pan-European, regional, multi-let real estate market.
With over 225 employees across Europe, the team manages over 1,300 assets in the retail, office and industrial sectors with a value of circa €7.2 bn. The business manages relationships with circa 8,000 tenants across 107m sqft of space producing an income of circa €471m per annum.
M7 identifies value-add investment opportunities for investors in the smaller, multi-let sector. This sector is often neglected and considered inefficient due to the small individual lot sizes and the management-intensive nature of the underlying assets. However, M7’s established platform, market leading information and data management systems and experienced team ensure that M7 can capitalise on this perceived inefficiency. The business typically aggregates numerous individual assets to form large portfolios with income levels and yields well above the real estate market averages.
M7 acquires and manages all commercial property types focusing mainly on regional business parks, retail parks, convenience retail parades and multi-let light industrial estates. The business also has a planning and development team that has acquired and is managing a mixed use development project in the UK.
News from M7 Real Estate Ltd (Homepage)
The International Property Securities Exchange, which will be the first regulated exchange dedicated to the admission and trading of securities in commercial real estate assets, today announces that M7 Real Estate have invested in the current IPSX funding round; the terms of their involvement remain undisclosed.
News from IPE Real Assets
Manager invests in Irish capital for fourth fund
Sale-and-leaseback deal agreed by JV with Danske Bank
Manager buys portfolios for latest vehicle targeting value-add assets
Manager buys portfolio of light industrial assets in Czech Republic, Slovakia
London-based investment manager shops in Germany
Analysis from IPE Real Assets
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