Immobilien

Die Erlöse aus dem STO werden gemäss der «Triple Europe Real Estate Strategy» in Wohn- und Gewerbeliegenschaften in West-, Nord- und Osteuropa investiert. Die Immobilienstrategie konzentriert sich auf drei breit gefasste Immobilienkategorien: Core, Core Plus und Value-Added. In der ersten Phase investiert CROWDLITOKEN hauptsächlich in die Core-Kategorie, um Stabilität zu schaffen. Werden höhere Emissionserlöse erzielt, wird das Portfolio durch die Core-Plus und die Value-Added-Kategorie ergänzt, um die Erträge zu optimieren und ein attraktives Gleichgewicht zwischen diesen Kategorien herzustellen.
 

Immobilienportfolio-Beispiel

Schweiz
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Deutschland / Österreich
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Deutschland / Österreich
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Benelux / Nordeuropa
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Benelux / Nordeuropa
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Osteuropa
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Typimage real estate industryimage real estate officeimage real estate industryimage real estate officeimage real estate industryimage real estate officeimage real estate industry
Länderallokation18%12%16%11%15%12%16%
Kapitalaufnahme50%60%65%60%50%65%50%
Hypothekarzins1.6%1.6%2.1%1.7%2.1%3.0%3.5%
Erwartete Rendite5.6%6.0%6.2%5.5%7.0%6.1%7.5%

Immobilienstrategie

Die Immobilienstrategie ist ein übergeordnetes Dokument, welches durch die Immobilienkommission erarbeitet und vom Verwaltungsrat der CROWDLITOKEN AG genehmigt wurde. Die Immobilienstrategie ist ein ergänzendes Dokument zum Whitepaper und dem durch die Finanzmarktaufsicht (FMA) bewilligten Prospekt.

HIER HERUNTERLADEN

Immobilienkomission

Die Mitglieder unserer Immobilienkomission verfügen über 130 Jahre Erfahrung in der Immobilien-Branche.
Es hat in der Vergangenheit Immobilien-Transaktionen und Entwicklungsprojekte im Wert von über CHF 5 Mrd. getätigt und verwaltet aktuell ein Immobilien-Portfolio von weiteren CHF 600 Mio. Das sind unsere sechs Immobilien-Experten:

  • Thomas Prajer

    Advisor / Real Estate Committee

  • Ernst Sutter

    Real Estate Committee

  • Blockchain Team CROWDLITOKEN Portrait

    Martin Züger

    Board Member / Real Estate Committee

  • Blockchain Team CROWDLITOKEN Portrait

    Roger Bigger

    Commercial Director / Co-Founder

  • Stephan Gauer

    Real Estate Committee

  • Felix Helling

    Real Estate Committee / Co-Founder

Thomas Prajer

Advisor / Real Estate Committee

Thomas war CEO der Swiss Finance & Property Group (SFP), einer börsennotierten Immobiliengesellschaft. Er entwickelte Immobilienfonds, Stiftungen und Mandate und zeichnete sich verantwortlich für den Ausbau des von der Gesellschaft verwalteten Vermögens auf ein Volumen von CHF 5,5 Milliarden. Thomas ist hervorragend vernetzt und hat über dieses Netzwerk Zugang zu Immobilienchancen und Anlagemandaten. Er ist Inhaber eines MBA General Management.

Ernst Sutter

Real Estate Committee

Ernst ist ein unabhängiger Unternehmer und Eigentümer/Gesellschafter verschiedener Immobilien- und Lebensmittelunternehmen. Er hält verschiedene Mandate als Vorstandsmitglied, verfügt über eine solide Netzwerkbasis in Immobilien und enge Verbindungen zu hochkarätigen Investoren. Ernst ist Vorsitzender der CROWDLI AG, Frauenfeld.

Blockchain Team CROWDLITOKEN Portrait

Martin Züger

Board Member / Real Estate Committee

Martin hat einen Masterabschluss in Architektur und sammelte erste Erfahrungen bei renommierten Architekturbüros, bevor er in der Schweiz sein eigenes Architekturbüro gründete und Mitinhaber einer Immobilien-Investmentgesellschaft sowie einer Generalunternehmung im Immobilien-Bereich wurde. Mit 35 Jahren Erfahrung verfügt Martin über umfangreiches Know-how, das er nun CROWDLITOKEN AG zur Verfügung stellt.

Blockchain Team CROWDLITOKEN Portrait

Roger Bigger

Commercial Director / Co-Founder

Roger ist gelernter Bankfachmann mit zusätzlichem Abschluss als Betriebsökonom und langjähriger Führungserfahrung. Er plant und realisiert Immobilienprojekte und wickelt Transaktionen in dreistelliger Millionenhöhe ab. Als Verwaltungsrat in verschiedenen Firmen der Finanz- und Immobilienbranche ist er international sehr gut vernetzt. Heute ist Roger Unternehmer, Inhaber und Delegierter der azemos holding ag sowie Mitgründer der CROWDLI AG.

Stephan Gauer

Real Estate Committee

Stephan ist Immobilienstratege und Experte für Entwicklungsprojekte. Er studierte Architektur an der ETH Zürich und gründete danach die Gauer Itten Messerli Architekten AG, wo er seitdem an zahlreichen Grossprojekten mit prämierter Architektur und sehr erfolgreicher Projektentwicklung in der Grössenordnung von weit über 100 Mio. CHF gearbeitet hat. Stefan ist als Bauherr, Investor und Mitglied des Vorstandes der CROWDLI AG, Frauenfeld, bestens mit Immobilien vertraut.

Felix Helling

Real Estate Committee / Co-Founder

Felix ist Diplom Wirtschaftsingenieur für Wohnungs- und Immobilienwirtschaft. Er ist seit 2007 in der Schweiz, schloss 2014 sein Studium an der Hochschule Luzern mit einem MAS Real Estate Management ab. In den letzten Jahren entwickelte er Immobilienportfolios für Privatpersonen und ist in der Projektentwicklung tätig. Als geistiger Vater und Initiant der Crowdfunding-Plattform www.crowdli.ch legte er den Grundstein für CROWDLITOKEN.

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