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Alquiler Seguro Finalises MAB Debut of its Rental Home Socimi Worth €9M

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4 July 2018 – Eje Prime

The Alternative Investment Market (MAB) is going to welcome another new Socimi into the fold very soon. Alquiler Seguro, owned by the Enacom group, is going to debut its rental home Socimi, Quid Pro Quo (QPQ). The company has obtained the green light from the MAB’s Coordination and Incorporations Committee, according to a statement issued by the Spanish Stock Exchange and Markets (BME).

The company owns 37 assets, all of which are located in Madrid except for one that is situated in Barcelona, and it is worth €9 million in total. The aim of the manager’s Socimi is to buy homes in “the main provincial capitals and their metropolitan areas”, taking advantage of the high current demand for rental homes in the main areas of the country.

Alquiler Seguro is managing the rentals of QDQ’s homes. Of the homes that it operates, 34 are located in the city of Madrid, two in Torrejón de Ardoz and Alcorcón, and one in Barcelona.

The Socimi has indicated that it has a new asset acquisition plan for the next few years, with the aim of “continuing to grow in an organised fashion”, with a maximum indebtedness ratio equivalent to 50% of the value of its portfolio, and future capital increases to finance its investment needs.

The holding company that owns QDQ is Enacom, which owns other companies in the group such as Ivermax, which specialises in advising and managing residential assets for investors; FIM Ibérica, which manages cases involving tenants in arrears; and the technological firm Anexia.

Original story: Eje Prime

Translation: Carmel Drake

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