We created this article as part of our research process for our European single-family office database. Here, we are investigating the share of Swedish single family office investing in properties.
Sweden, a Nordic country located in Northern Europe, has a robust real estate market that attracts both domestic and international investors. Its capital, Stockholm, is often the focus of these investments due to its strong economy and high living standards. However, other cities such as Gothenburg and Malmö also present attractive opportunities for real estate investment. The Swedish real estate market is known for its stability and transparency, which makes it an attractive option for investors looking for long-term investments. The country has strict regulations regarding property transactions which ensure fair practices and protect the rights of all parties involved. In terms of returns on investment, Swedish real estate has shown consistent growth over the past decade. Rental yields in major cities range from 3% to 6%, depending on the type and location of the property.
Our database of the largest single family offices in Sweden is well suited in order to get interesting insights. This article is focused on the real estate-focused family offices in Sweden. In total, 13 single family offices in Sweden have a Real Estate Focus. This represents a share of 41%. By fast most of those family offices are located in Stockholm. In the following we are presenting one notable Stockholm-based family offices that invests in real estate.
Real estate focused single family office from Stockholm: L E Lundbergforetagen AB
The investment company L E Lundbergföretagen AB was founded by businessman Fredrik Lundberg and is one of the largest and most established family offices in Sweden. Although the company is now listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange, the clear majority is still held by the family. The origin of the family office is Lundbergs Fastigheter, one of the country’s most important real estate companies. Today, the real estate company still accounts for approx. 17% of the entire family holding and has a property value of SEK 28 billion. The business idea is to deal with the long-term holding, administration and development of residential and commercial real estate with a focus on the Swedish market.
You might also be interested in this database of the largest property investors in the Nordics provided by ResearchGermany.
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