MEAG Purchase Profile for Real Estate

Acquisition Audits

When purchasing real estate, the focus is on properties that are attractive in the long term. In addition to the usual requirements, these core objects should be characterised by:

  • sustainable recoverability
  • inflation protection
  • very good locations (Core + very good locations)
  • high quality
  • high third-party usability

Habitation

  • Volume: > 15 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: TOP 7 in Germany in good to very good locations and the following secondary locations: Bonn, Karlsruhe, Wiesbaden, Mainz, Heidelberg und Mannheim
  • Object preference: Core (very good quality, low economic age, new construction or rather project development desirable)

Office

  • Volume: > 15 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: TOP 7 in Germany in good innercity locations.
  • Lease term: medium to long term
  • Occupancy rate: > 90 %
  • Tenant Structure: multi-tenant
  • Project developments : only with appropriate pre-letting
  • Object preference: Core (very good quality, low economic age)

Commercial properties

  • Volume: > 15 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: TOP 7 in Germany in very good innercity locations, pedestrian precincts and the following secondary locations: Bonn, Karlsruhe, Wiesbaden, Mainz, Heidelberg und Mannheim
  • Object preference: from Core to Core + (low economic age, creditworthy tenants, lease terms > 10 years)

Retail Parks

  • Volume: 10-60 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: Cities > 15.000 Inhabitants
  • Anchor tenant: Groceries > 3.000 m² rental space
  • Object preference: from Core to Core + (low economic age, creditworthy tenants, lease terms > 10 years)

International

  • Paris and London: Core-Office and Retail buildings in very good innercity locations from 15 Mio. Euro
  • Core-Office buildings in very good innercity locations in the cities of Amsterdam, Helsinki, Luxemburg, Lyon and Madrid

Heritable building right

  • Volume: > 10 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: very good innercity locations
  • inflation-indexed

 

 

 

MEAG's information, in particular its concepts, strategies and procedures, must be treated in strict confidence and may not be passed on to third parties. The documents are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced, distributed or published by any person for any purpose without the prior written consent of MEAG. This publication is provided for information purposes only and is not binding. Further information can be requested. Neither MEAG nor its affiliates, officers or employees accept any liability for any direct or indirect damage arising from the use of this publication or its contents (as of March 2018).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEAG Purchase Profile for Real Estate

Acquisition Audits

When purchasing real estate, the focus is on properties that are attractive in the long term. In addition to the usual requirements, these core objects should be characterised by:

  • sustainable recoverability
  • inflation protection
  • very good locations (Core + very good locations)
  • high quality
  • high third-party usability

Habitation

  • Volume: > 15 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: TOP 7 in Germany in good to very good locations and the following secondary locations: Bonn, Karlsruhe, Wiesbaden, Mainz, Heidelberg und Mannheim
  • Object preference: Core (very good quality, low economic age, new construction or rather project development desirable)

Office

  • Volume: > 15 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: TOP 7 in Germany in good innercity locations.
  • Lease term: medium to long term
  • Occupancy rate: > 90 %
  • Tenant Structure: multi-tenant
  • Project developments : only with appropriate pre-letting
  • Object preference: Core (very good quality, low economic age)

Commercial properties

  • Volume: > 15 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: TOP 7 in Germany in very good innercity locations, pedestrian precincts and the following secondary locations: Bonn, Karlsruhe, Wiesbaden, Mainz, Heidelberg und Mannheim
  • Object preference: from Core to Core + (low economic age, creditworthy tenants, lease terms > 10 years)

Retail Parks

  • Volume: 10-60 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: Cities > 15.000 Inhabitants
  • Anchor tenant: Groceries > 3.000 m² rental space
  • Object preference: from Core to Core + (low economic age, creditworthy tenants, lease terms > 10 years)

International

  • Paris and London: Core-Office and Retail buildings in very good innercity locations from 15 Mio. Euro
  • Core-Office buildings in very good innercity locations in the cities of Amsterdam, Helsinki, Luxemburg, Lyon and Madrid

Heritable building right

  • Volume: > 10 Mio. Euro
  • Locations: very good innercity locations
  • inflation-indexed

 

 

 

MEAG's information, in particular its concepts, strategies and procedures, must be treated in strict confidence and may not be passed on to third parties. The documents are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced, distributed or published by any person for any purpose without the prior written consent of MEAG. This publication is provided for information purposes only and is not binding. Further information can be requested. Neither MEAG nor its affiliates, officers or employees accept any liability for any direct or indirect damage arising from the use of this publication or its contents (as of March 2018).