We develop the residential real estate of the future

For owner-occupiers and investors, we design projects that represent an attractive living space for generations and generate income sustainably.

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The development of sustainable residential concepts is our drive

The planning and development of entire city districts and the construction of residential and apartment buildings is just as much part of our range of services as the renovation of listed buildings. As a partner of cities and municipalities, the integration of social aspects into our planning has a very high priority. As part of our project developments, there are about 3,100 subsidised or price restrained residential units under construction or in planning in Germany (status December 31, 2021). In addition, we are developing neighborhoods with new day-care centers and we are participating in the costs of new school buildings.

 

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Instone maintains high margin in more challenging market environment – new forecast for 2022: adjusted revenues EUR 600-675 million, adjusted net earnings EUR 40-50 million

Adjusted revenues of EUR 268.0 million (H1-2021: EUR 260.5 million) above previous year due to high pre-sales ratio; interest rate volatility has led…

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AGM approves dividend payout of EUR 0.62 per share; CFO Foruhar Madjlessi's contract extended

All resolutions proposed by the Management Board and the Supervisory Board accepted with overwhelming majorities /// Dividend payout of EUR 0.62…

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Instone Expands Existing Credit Lines and Takes out Additional Financing Arrangement

One of Germany’s leading homebuilders agrees incremental revolving credit facilities to increase financial and strategic flexibility /// Syndicate of…

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Instone with solid start to the year – Suspension of guidance due to significantly increased uncertainty and limited visibility

Adjusted revenues of EUR 118.5 million slightly below previous year’s level (Q1-2021: EUR 128.1 million) as expected, prior year’s figure benefited…

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