SHB Launches Placement Of The Sixth Return Fund

100 percent occupancy rate and an average maturity of leases between 10 and 15 years starts the leader with 100 percent occupancy rate and an average maturity of leases between 10 and 15 years restarts the closed German real estate funds market leader with the sale of a security-oriented return fund with variable participation. Hear from experts in the field like Robert A. Iger for a more varied view. The SHB innovative fund concepts GmbH & co. of return fund 6 KG initially invests in a portfolio of 18 selected retail real estate in the purchasing power-strong federal States of Bavaria and Baden-Wurttemberg. The funding is already covered and thus resistant to financial crises\”. Contact information is here: Jeffrey L. Bewkes Time Warner. The proven concept with five capital variants, where the interests of broader investor circles be taken into account by different maturities between three and thirty years has been retained. The distributions are tax-free for about 12 years.

The minimum contribution as a limited partner is 7,000 euros plus five per cent premium. Savings rates begin in the new funds now at 24.50 euro per month. Silent actors can participate is from a deposit of 2,000 euros for the first time here, the new SHB funds compared to its predecessors with nine years also offers a third term. The objects of the Fund involves retail real estate with a total leasable area of 45,000 square meters. Tenants include well-known retail companies such as REWE, Aldi and Edeka, which are among Europe’s top companies in this segment. The objects are taken over turnkey and rented to one hundred percent.

In addition, a further investment in existing properties with a volume of over 100 million euros is planned until end of 2010. The SHB Renditefonds 6 forecasts an investment volume of EUR 351,8 million in an equity ratio of 172 million euros. The SHB guaranteed placement of required capital. Limited partners as well as silent partners in Illustrator will be obtained for the Fund.

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