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Residential Rental Specialist VBare Launches €14.1M Capital Increase

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4 April 2018 – Eje Prime

VBare is pushing ahead with its business plan and is continuing to put together its perfect portfolio of assets. The company, which specialises in the acquisition of residential buildings, has launched a €14.1 million capital increase through which it is hoping to acquire new properties in the main cities in which it operates, according to sources at the real estate group speaking to Eje Prime.

“On 23 March, the company’s Board of Directors approved an increase in the share capital up to a maximum of €5,310,465.00, with the aim of continuing with its growth and investment acquisition strategy, as set out in its business plan, through the issue of a maximum of 1,062,093 ordinary shares”, explain company sources.

VBare’s new shares will be issued with a nominal value of €5 plus an issue premium of €8.30 per share, resulting in an issue price of €13.30 per share. “The total amount of the capital increase, in the event that it is subscribed in its entirety, will amount to €14,125,836.90, in other words, €5,310,465.00 as share capital and €8,815,371.90 as the issue premium”, they add.

The funds obtained through the capital increase will be used to equip the company with the capital resources necessary to continue with its expansion and growth strategy, “through the acquisition of identified real estate assets that fulfil the criteria established in the strategic guidelines, as well as allowing it access to external sources of financing with the aim of achieving the target returns”, say sources at the Socimi.

The products that the Socimi is going to consider acquiring once it has completed this capital increase include “entire buildings, portfolios of (geographically) scattered assets and portfolios of assets in the same complex, with the aim of maintaining a balanced portfolio to avoid concentration risks, and to obtain a competitive advantage over other players in the market, involving the identification of opportunities with limited competition and the achievement of below market prices”.

Moreover, the company’s roadmap involves acquiring assets with a net direct asset yield of “no less than 4%, as well as properties that it can acquire for an average discount over the market value of no less than 10% overall”.

In March, the company acquired a package of assets comprising 12 homes and a commercial property at number 5, Calle Concordia in the Madrilenian town of Móstoles, according to a report submitted by the group to the Alternative Investment Market (MAB).

Of the twelve homes that it acquired from the Eureka business group, five of them have tenants and the others are “in optimal conditions to be let out immediately”. The net yield on these assets is estimated to amount to 5.9% when they are fully occupied.

“VBare’s objectives for 2018, which it presented together with its results for last year, include, not only to generate returns from its assets when the portfolio is fully operational, but also to make investments in other cities, besides Madrid, wherever the firm expects a potential increase in rents in the short-medium term”, explain sources at the group.

VBare is a real estate investment vehicle specialising in the acquisition and management of residential assets for rent. The company was constituted in March 2015 (…) and currently manages a portfolio of 197 assets. To date, the company has analysed assets worth more than €500 million and it is constantly on the lookout for new business opportunities within the scope of its investment policy.

Original story: Eje Prime (by C. Pareja)

Translation: Carmel Drake

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