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Catella Report: DREF Deutsche Real Estate Funds named 7th biggest European student housing investor

Deutsche Real Estate Funds (DREF), International Campus (IC), and the GSA Group have invested the most amount of money…

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DREF is launching for his student brand TWENTY FRST a new inhouse social media platform wich is called TRIBE

TRIBE is a popular free social networking website that allows registered tenants to create profiles, upload photos and videos, send…

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DREF achieves letting capacity utilization of 98 percent

Under the student brand “TWENTY FIRST Student Living”, Deutsche Real Estate Funds (DREF) has let as many as 1,500 residential…

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Student housing: investment demand highest in NRW

Student housing: investment demand highest in NRW. High excess of demand over supply in Düsseldorf, Dortmund, Cologne and Essen…

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DREF places 63.5 million euro bond

Deutsche Real Estate Funds (DREF) has issued its second bond in a private placement to fund the purchase and refurbishment…

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Press release by IW Cologne, Munich most expensive for students

For students, in the past five years the cost of accommodation has increased throughout Germany. This is reflected in the new student…

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DREF invests further 60 million euros in student accommodation in Germany

Deutsche Real Estate Funds (DREF) has acquired a student residence in Munich for 60 million euros, bringing the total amount…

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EVIC acquires 85 million euros of student accommodation for DREF in Germany

Engel & Völkers Investment Consulting GmbH (EVIC), the investment consultant, has acquired student residences in Germany with…

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DREF secures 50 million euros for further growth

Deutsche Real Estate Funds (DREF), the Luxembourg-based student housing investment manager, has signed an 18-month revolving credit…

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DREF invests a further 25 million euros in student residences

Deutsche Real Estate Funds (DREF) has purchased student residences in Berlin, Halle, Ludwigsburg and Siegen with almost 1,000 units…

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