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Dazia to Invest €100 Million in the Residential Rental Segment in Spain

The firm is entering the residential rental business and plans to invest 100 million euros over the coming months; in addition, it is considering investing in 'build to rent' projects.

Dazia’s L’Atmosfera housing development in Barcelona.

Dazia Capital is preparing to enter the residential rental business, where it is planning to invest 100 million euros over the coming months to grow in this market in Spain.

The group plans to rent out three of the projects that it is developing in Madrid, specifically those in the neighbourhoods of Malasaña, Chamberí and La Latina, which include some forty units, according to Expansión.

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