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  • 25.11.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen achieves BBB+ rating by Standard & Poor’s

    Today Deutsche Wohnen has been given a long-term issuer rating by the international rating agency Standard & Poor’s for the first time. The BBB+ rating with stable outlook underscores the quality of the business model and is comparable with the Baa1 rating that the company received from Moody’s two weeks ago.

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  • 12.11.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen strongly positioned

    In the first nine months of the financial year 2014 Deutsche Wohnen earned a Group profit of EUR 144.9 million (previous year: EUR 66.5 million). Essentially, this doubling of Group profit was made possible by the takeover of GSW Immobilien AG. The Funds from Operations (FFO I, without disposals) increased in comparison to the previous year by 93% to EUR 166.3 million (previous year: EUR 86.3 million). Calculated per share, it increased by around 9% to EUR 0.58. Considering the disposals segment, FFO II improved by 97% to EUR 205.1 million (previous year: EUR 104.2 million) and on a per share basis it rose by around 13% to EUR 0.72. As at the reporting date, the Loan-to-Value Ratio (LTV) was brought down to 54.7% (31 December 2013: 57.3%). The intrinsic value of the company, measured as EPRA NAV (undiluted), had risen in the reporting period to EUR 14.34 per share (31 December 2013: EUR 13.99 per share).

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  • 07.10.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen publishes its second sustainability report

    In the context of the 17th international real estate trade fair EXPO REAL Deutsche Wohnen presented its second sustainability report today. The report, with the title “Committed to Quality”, presents and explains the economic, ecological and social achievements of Deutsche Wohnen in the fiscal year 2013. With this second sustainability report Deutsche Wohnen is reinforcing its commitment to transparency and long-term engagement.

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  • 06.10.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen improves its financing structure and cash flow profile with early refinancing

    The Deutsche Wohnen Group (“Deutsche Wohnen”) has concluded financing agreements with Berlin Hyp and Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen (“Helaba”) totalling EUR 1.36 billion. The payment of these loans for the purpose of refinancing existing loans is planned for the end of this year with the closing of the contracts. With these agreements Deutsche Wohnen is successfully concluding its EUR 1.76 billion financing transaction for improving its financing structure and cash flow profile. That process started at the beginning of September with the issue of a convertible bond in the amount of EUR 400 million.

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  • 14.08.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen increases forecast for the financial year 2014

    Deutsche Wohnen increased its Group profit substantially by 88% to EUR 94.6 million in the first half-year of 2014. This was essentially due to the takeover of GSW Immobilien AG.

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  • 03.06.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen refurbishes UNESCO estate in Siemensstadt

    In May of this year Deutsche Wohnen successfully completed the refurbishment of the Ring Estate Siemensstadt. Since August 2009 Deutsche Wohnen has invested a total of EUR 9.5 million (of which EUR 3.15 million were state subsidies) in the comprehensive refurbishment of the estate in accordance with its listed building status. This was done to preserve the unique character of the estate in Berlin-Charlottenburg and to adapt it to the requirements of modern living. Deutsche Wohnen owns 527 residential units in the northern section of the Ring Estate, which has been on the world cultural heritage list of UNESCO since 2008.

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  • 15.05.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen makes a successful start

    With a Group profit of EUR 45.5 million Deutsche Wohnen was able to markedly increase its result for the opening quarter of 2014 by around 74% following the takeover of GSW.

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  • 09.05.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen lays foundation stone for new buildings in Potsdam

    Earlier today Deutsche Wohnen, together with Jörg Vogelsänger, the Minister for Infrastructure and Agriculture in the Federal State of Brandenburg, Dr Iris Jana Magdowski, City Councillor for Education, Culture and Sport in Potsdam, the capital city of Brandenburg, and Maren Kern, member of the board of management of the BBU (the Federation of Housing Companies in Berlin-Brandenburg), celebrated the laying of the foundation stone for the construction of 103 new flats for rental along Dieselstraße and Heinrich-von-Kleist-Straße in Potsdam-Babelsberg. This event marks the opening of a new chapter in the history of the Deutsche Wohnen Group, which is beginning to build new flats again.

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  • 22.04.2014

    Deutsche Wohnen invests EUR 20 million in the refurbishment of Hellersdorfer Promenade

    In summer 2014 Deutsche Wohnen will be starting with extensive refurbishment work on its residential holdings along Hellersdorfer Promenade in the Berlin borough of Marzahn-Hellersdorf. Deutsche Wohnen will be investing approximately EUR 20 million in the refurbishment work in order to improve the housing quality in this city complex with its 1,300 residential and commercial units and to enable the tenants to identify more closely with their immediate neighbourhood.

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  • 09.04.2014

    Historic lettering restored - an acknowledgement of the destruction of diversity in the 1930s

    The Deutsche Wohnen Group is complementing the refurbishment work on the Carl Legien Residential Estate in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg, which was carried out in accordance with the estate’s listed building status, by mounting an historic lettering at this UNESCO world cultural heritage site. The occasion for the restoration of this distinctive lettering is the 90th anniversary of the founding of GEHAG, which has belonged to the Deutsche Wohnen Group since 2007. The wording, which commemorated Carl Legien, a trade union leader at the time of the Weimar Republic, had presumably been removed as early as summer 1933.

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