Qrf’s real estate portfolio continued to expand in the first half of 2016 and reached a Fair Value of 245 MEUR. More than 70% of the portfolio is located in 10 major cities in Belgium. Supported by the expansion of the portfolio, the net current result increased by 5.3% in the first half of 2016 to 0.81 EUR per share. On this basis, Qrf expects a gross dividend of 1.32 EUR – 1.34 EUR per share for 2016.More info
Qrf, the specialist in inner-city retail property, has reached an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in RIGS NV, which owns a retail property located at Hasselt, Demerstraat 21-25. The investment value of the property amounts to 27.8 MEUR. The property is fully let to H&M and The Sting and generates 1,374 KEUR in annual rental income.
This transaction lifts the Fair Value of the Qrf portfolio to approximately 245 MEUR and increases the proportion of inner-city property within the portfolio to 84%.More info
The acquisitions made in 2015 contributed to the growth of the real estate portfolio and the positive movement in the operating results. In 2015 Qrf succeeded in increasing its net current result per share by 6.7% to 1.49 EUR. It also raised the gross dividend to 1.32 EUR per share.More info