Fidurock targets portfolio of 2,000 rental flats


Robert McLean

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The private equity group Fidurock has set itself the goal of growing its rental apartment portfolio from 250 to 2,000 units by 2026, according to its executive director Ondřej Křivanec. The investment boutique’s portfolio is currently dominated by retail parks, but Křivanec says it’s in the process of finalizing another 150 rental units and already has a further 500 units in the pipeline.

Along with competing for existing stock, he’s looking for development opportunities in the primary cities of Prague, Brno and Olomouc. But the smaller towns of Central Bohemia are also in . . .



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