BNP Paribas Real Estate was appointed to manage four buildings for OTP real estate investment fund


BNP Paribas Real Estate was appointed to manage four buildings for OTP real estate investment fund


As of January 2018, BNP Paribas Real Estate was selected to provide property management services for a real estate portfolio of 60,000 sq m commercial properties owned by OTP Real Estate Investment Fund.

The mandate consists of 4 buildings; Akadémia Park, one of the most noticeable office buildings in Budapest, Szépvölgyi 22, located at Buda side; Raday 42 located in the heart of city and a logistics park in Gyál, at the outskirts of Budapest.

We are very happy to receive the Property Management mandate for these properties and are exceptionally proud to have the opportunity to strengthen our business relationship further with such a significant real estate player as OTP Real Estate Investment Fund Management. Our 25 years of local property management experience gives us a solid base to manage these properties with high standards according to the needs of the Client. Winning the assignment is in line with one of our strategic objectives to increase and diversify our portfolio.

Henrik Favari, CEO of BNP Paribas Real Estate Hungary

A key player of the local property investment market, OTP Real Estate Investment Fund Management launched OTP PRIME Real Estate Investment Fund specialized for ”A” class office buildings in January 2017. While OTP PRIME Real Estate Investment Fund focuses on the upper segment of “A” class properties, the more than 15 years old OTP Real Estate Investment Fund, which has over 220 billion HUF net asset value, is open for the acquisition of other types of properties for examples retail and logistic. The main goal is portfolio diversification and risk reduction. Both real estate funds are searching for “A” class, economically sustainable properties with excellent tenant mix and stable cash flow. In other words, the objectives of the funds are to acquire, develop and manage properties according to high quality standards which create long term value for its investors.

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