BERLIN (Reuters) -A majority of voters in Berlin wants city hall to expropriate major landlords such as Vonovia and Deutsche Wohnen to help reduce rents in the German capital, provisional referendum results showed on Monday. Around 56% cast a ballot in favour of the non-binding initiative, compared to 39% against, Berlin government said following Sunday's vote, which was held alongside elections for the city government and the national parliament. The results come as Vonovia, the largest German residential rental company, said it had reached the 50% threshold needed to buy smaller rival Deutsche Wohnen, creating a housing behemoth with some 550,000 apartments worth more than 80 billion euros ($93.7 billion).
DGAP-News: Deutsche Wohnen SE / Key word(s): Real Estate17.09.2021 / 12:32 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.Corporate NewsDeutsche Wohnen sells around 11,000 residential and commercial units to the State of Berlin - HOWOGE, degewo and Berlinovo acquire almost 10,700 residential units and more than 200 commercial units from Deutsche Wohnen for about EUR 1.65 billion- Sale continues constructive cooperation with the State of Berlin, whose state-owned housing co
DGAP-News: Deutsche Wohnen SE / Key word(s): Bond14.09.2021 / 19:45 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.Corporate News Notice to the Holder of the Deutsche Wohnen SE EUR 800 million Convertible Bonds due 2024 (ISIN DE000A2BPB84)Berlin, 14 September 2021. Terms not otherwise defined in this notice shall have the meaning given to them in the terms and conditions of the Bonds (the "Terms and Conditions").The Issuer hereby gives notice pursuant to § 10 para. 1 sente