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The Manager Quercus Launches a New Vehicle to Invest in Prime Homes

The firm will invest up to 35 million euros in the purchase of apartments and residential buildings in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao.

The Spanish real estate manager Quercus Investments has launched its third investment vehicle specialising in the prime residential market.

Specifically, the firm has raised 15 million euros through its third fund, which, together with the associated leverage, will allow it to invest between 30 million and 35 million euros over the coming years in the purchase of assets in Spain, according to Expansión.

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