Yew Grove Reit sets its sights on offices outside Dublin
The property investment firm has a war chest of roughly €20 million as it prepares to add to its existing portfolio
Yew Grove Reit, the commercial property investment company, is hoping to purchase a number of office properties outside Dublin’s central business district as well as in the key provincial cities this year to add to its existing portfolio.
Chief financial officer Charles Peach told the Business Post that the listed company currently has about €20 million in spending power, as a result of increasing its loan to value target to 40 per cent...
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