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Swedbank: Housing Affordability Index tells a different story this time


During the second quarter of 2020, the Baltic economies, like the rest of the world, were hit by the corona crisis. In the housing markets of the Baltic capitals, it was the secondary market that bore the brunt of pandemic

Merko Ehitus: Launch of the fourth stage of the Pikaliiva residential project

Merko Ehitus

AS Merko Ehitus Eesti, part of AS Merko Ehitus group, has decided to launch the fourth stage of Pikaliiva residential development project in Tallinn. The new stage includes two buildings with 50 apartments, which are to be completed in October

Baltic Horizon Fund plans public offering of new units

Baltic Horizon Fund

Northern Horizon Capital AS announces the plan for the next public offering of new units of Baltic Horizon Fund during autumn 2020. The issuer is considering to aim the offering at retail investors in Estonia, Lithuania, Sweden, Finland and Denmark

EfTEN Real Estate Fund III AS acquired for €11.8m an office building in Vilnius

EfTEN Real Estate Fund

EfTEN Real Estate Fund III AS acquired through its subsidiary Rutkausko UAB in Vilnius the Rutkausko office building where the anchor tenant is international IT firm Atea. The transaction was closed on Friday, 14 August 2020.  Total value of the

Notice of prolongation of redemption date of convertible bonds PKG3 and PKG4 and partial redemption of convertible bonds PKG3

Pro Kapital

AS Pro Kapital Grupp informs that it has prolonged the redemption date of 37,423 “Pro Kapital Grupp convertible bond PKG3 10.08.2014” (in the registry under EEK 7.00 PRO KAPITAL GRUPP VAHETUSVÕLAKIRI PKG3 10-2020, hereinafter referred to as Convertible Bonds PKG3)

Baltic Horizon Fund Consolidated Unaudited Interim Results for H1 2020

Baltic Horizon Fund

Management Board of Northern Horizon Capital AS (the Management Company) has approved the unaudited consolidated interim financial statements of Baltic Horizon Fund (the Fund) for the first six months of 2020. Impact of COVID-19 pandemic At the beginning of 2020,

Uus Maa: Estonian Real Estate Market review, June 2020Estonian Real Estate Market review, June 2020

Uus Maa

Regardless of the fact that there were holidays in the middle of a business week and in spite of the heat wave across Estonia, the number of real estate transactions continued to increase in June. According to the Land Board,

Baltic Horizon Fund declares quarterly cash distribution of approx. EUR 1.70 million to investors

Baltic Horizon Fund

Northern Horizon Capital AS as the management company of Baltic Horizon Fund (the Fund) has approved a cash distribution of approx. 1.14% of the Fund’s Q2 2020 weighted average net asset value to its unitholders. This equals to approx. EUR

Baltic Horizon Fund publishes its NAV for June 2020

Baltic Horizon Fund

Net asset value (NAV) of Baltic Horizon Fund (the Fund) unit as at end of June 2020 amounted to 1.2169 EUR per unit. Compared to the previous month, NAV decreased by -9.57%. The NAV was negatively affected by a decrease

EfTEN: EfTENi kinnisvarafondide poolaasta hindamistest

EfTEN Real Estate Fund

EfTENi nelja kinnisvarafondi sisekord näeb ette, et iga poolaasta lõppedes viime oma bilansilised kinnisvaraportfelli investeeringute rahalised väärtused vastavusse kinnisvaraturu hetke turuhindadega. Õiglasema tulemuse ja parema läbipaistvuse huvides ei hinda me oma varasid ise, vaid palume seda teha sõltumatul kinnisvarahindajal. EfTENi

Uus Maa: Estonian Real Estate Market review, May 2020

Uus Maa

The end of the emergency situation and lifting of many restrictions brought along a rise in the real estate market in May, as predicted and anticipated. According to the initial information, the rise was not as fast as predicted but

Swedbank: Will high affordability save the market?


At the start of 2020, the housing market in the Baltics was still unfazed by the pandemic. Overall housing affordability was high in all the capitals. However, housing affordability in Tallinn and Vilnius decreased in the first quarter, compared with

Baltic Horizon Fund Announces Results of Annual General Meeting

Baltic Horizon Fund

A repeat Annual General Meeting of Baltic Horizon Fund investors took place on 9 June 2020 in Tallinn, Estonia. The repeat meeting was convened as no quorum was reached at the initial Annual General Meeting on 26 May 2020. Pursuant

Baltic Horizon Fund – Notice of New Annual General Meeting

Baltic Horizon Fund

Annual General Meeting of Baltic Horizon Fund investors took place on 26 May 2020 in Tallinn, Estonia. As announced to the market on 26 May 2020, the quorum was not reached and investors were not able to adopt the proposed

Decision to issue non-convertible bonds by private placement

Pro Kapital

AS Pro Kapital Grupp (hereinafter Pro Kapital) informed on 22 May 2020 that the Supervisory Council of Pro Kapital has on 21 May 2020 decided to approve the issue of unsecured, callable, fixed rate non-convertible bonds by the Company (hereinafter

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