US-based Hines reaching for Danish residential properties

A US-based investor must also become a competitive player in the housing market, says Hines Nordic Real Estate's managing director in an interview with AMWatch's sister media, EjendomsWatch. He recognizes a certain resentment towards foreign investors but is not concerned. Good relations make the second deal easier, he says.
James Robson, Hines' Nordic Head. | Photo: PR.
James Robson, Hines' Nordic Head. | Photo: PR.
Julie Thomsen

Today, US-based real estate investor and developer Hines owns 40 residences in Denmark, split between three portfolios, some of which are still under construction.

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