The DIC Group is one of the leading investors in the German market for commercial real estate

DIC Deutsche Immobilien Chancen
DIC Deutsche Immobilien Chancen
DIC Deutsche Immobilien Chancen

Deutsche Immobilien Chancen Group (DIC) with registered office in Frankfurt is one of Germany's leading investment companies for commercial real estate.

The business model focuses on private equity investments in the SDAX-listed DIC Asset AG and the GEG German Estate Group AG. It also includes joint venture equity investments in property developments.

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DIC Asset Increases Acquisition Total to EUR 1.1 Billion – Three New Assets Acquired for EUR 106 Million

Acquired for the proprietary portfolio (Commercial Portfolio): grocery retail centre in Stockstadt am Main for c. EUR 25 million / Two acquisitions for the Institutional Business of GEG for c. EUR 81 million / “ILS Headquarters” acquired in Hamburg / Newly acquired “LaVie” property in Düsseldorf lays ground for launching new office fund / Transactions bring acquisition volume across segments up to c. EUR 1.1 billion >>


DIC Asset sells Two Properties from Institutional Business for c. EUR 71 Million after Successful Active Real Estate Management

“Kontor II” in Leipzig and “Schiller 27” were sold / Volume of property sales rises to c. EUR 131 million in 2019 >>


DIC Asset AG: Full Occupancy Achieved at "Schillerportal" in Frankfurt am Main

Around 4,700 sqm of modern office space let to the provider of flexible office space solutions, WeWork / Significant increase in WALT and complete elimination of vacancies in the property after prior core refurbishment>>


DIC Asset AG: Successful Redevelopments on Track

Darmstadt: comprehensive refurbishment and structural alteration of “Wilhelminenhaus,” seat of the regional council in Darmstadt / Wiesbaden: modernisation of administrative building at Frankfurter Str. 50, with Federal Bureau of Criminal Investigation to move in by early 2020>>


DIC Asset AG Presents Future Corporate Structure after Merger with GEG

Institutional business to be pooled under the GEG brand / Dirk Hasselbring to transfer to Management Board of GEG and to manage the institutional business together with Christian Bock / Sonja Wärntges to chair the Supervisory Board of GEG / Growth in assets under management to EUR 10 billion planned for the medium term >>


DIC Asset AG: Acquisition Volume increases by c. EUR 152 Million from Acquisitions in Berlin and Bremen

DIC Asset AG (ISIN: DE000A1X3XX4), one of Germany's leading listed property companies, announced the acquisition of further properties for its two divisions Commercial Portfolio and Institutional Business in a volume of c. EUR 152 million (total investment costs, TIC). The transactions brought DIC Asset's acquisition volume across segments up to c. EUR 1 billion for the 2019 financial year.>>


DIC Asset AG: Robust Performance Delivers Significantly Enhanced Earnings - 34% Increase in FFO to EUR 43 Million during H1 2019

Growth in assets under management by 27% to EUR 7.1 billion (31 December 2018: EUR 5.6 million) / Robust performance in property management: lettings for 81,300 sqm achieved / Funds from operations (FFO) increase by 34% to EUR 43.0 million (H1 2018: EUR 32.0 million) / Financial structure bolstered further by promissory note: lowering the average interest expenses while raising the average maturity of the financial debt / Acquisition of GEG German Estate Group successfully completed / Forecast for 2019 raised: EUR 88-90 million in FFO, acquisition target raised again to now c. EUR 1.3 billion >>


DIC Asset AG Completes Acquisition of “Stadtfenster” Property in Duisburg

Asset acquired for proprietary Commercial Portfolio for EUR 58.1 million / Weighted Average Lease Term (WALT) of around 18 years / City of Duisburg main tenant with municipal library and adult education centre >>


DIC Asset AG successfully places first Promissory Note of EUR 150 million

First-time placement of a senior unsecured promissory note with a total volume of EUR 150 million / Transaction significantly oversubscribed / Average interest expenses of 1.58% and 5.4-year maturity >>

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