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Deutsche Konsum REIT-AG Reports 2.9% Rise in Rental Income

  • Deutsche Konsum REIT-AG's first half of 2023/2024 saw a 2.9% rise in rental income to EUR 39.8 million.
  • Net rental income dropped by 6.5% to EUR 24.8 million due to increased rental expenses.
  • FFO decreased by 17% to EUR 16.5 million, primarily impacted by higher interest expenses for financing.

Deutsche Konsum REIT-AG (DKR) recently released its financial results for the first half of the 2023/2024 financial year. Let’s delve into a comprehensive analysis of DKR’s performance during this period and explore key insights into its financial health and strategic decisions.

Rental Income Growth

In the first half of the financial year, DKR witnessed a modest increase in rental income, reaching EUR 39.8 million, reflecting a 2.9% growth compared to the previous year. This growth can be attributed to the expansion of DKR’s property portfolio and strategic rent adjustments based on market indices.

Net Rental Income Decline

Despite the growth in rental income, DKR experienced a decline in net rental income, dropping to EUR 24.8 million, a decrease of 6.5%. This reduction primarily stemmed from higher rental expenses incurred during the period, impacting the company’s bottom line.

Funds from Operations (FFO) Analysis

DKR’s FFO, a crucial metric for assessing its operational performance, declined significantly by 17% to EUR 16.5 million in the first half of the financial year. This decline can be attributed to increased interest expenses related to variable-rate financing and newer debt structures.

Portfolio Overview

DKR’s real estate portfolio remains robust, comprising 183 properties valued at approximately EUR 1.0 billion, with an annual rent of EUR 78.1 million. The average purchase yield of the portfolio stands at an impressive 10.0%, reflecting the company’s strategic investment decisions.

Property Sales Strategy

During the period under review, DKR executed strategic property sales, including the sale of a sub-portfolio consisting of 14 properties. While the sales price was slightly below the IFRS carrying amount, these transactions were aimed at addressing short-term maintenance requirements and optimizing the portfolio’s composition.

Financial Strategy and Refinancing Efforts

DKR is actively engaged in refinancing maturing bonds, with negotiations underway to prolong the maturity dates of EUR 70 million and EUR 35.9 million bonds. This strategic move aligns with DKR’s goal of optimizing its debt structure and enhancing financial flexibility.

EPRA NTA and Net LTV Analysis

The EPRA Net Tangible Assets (NTA) per share for DKR stood at EUR 7.91 as of March 31, 2024, reflecting a slight increase from the previous period. However, the Net Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio was reported at 61.4%, slightly above the target value of around 50%. DKR aims to reduce this ratio below 55% by the end of the financial year.

Future Outlook and FFO Forecast

Looking ahead, DKR anticipates a clearer outlook for the remainder of the financial year, with expected FFO ranging between EUR 27 million to EUR 30 million. This forecast considers the impact of notarized sales transactions, bond refinancing efforts, and debt repayment strategies.


Deutsche Konsum REIT-AG’s performance in the first half of the 2023/2024 financial year reflects a mix of growth opportunities and challenges. While the company experienced growth in rental income and continues to maintain a robust real estate portfolio, challenges such as declining net rental income and FFO highlight the need for strategic financial management. DKR’s proactive approach to property sales, refinancing efforts, and clear outlook for the remainder of the year position it well for continued success in the dynamic real estate market. Investors and stakeholders can look forward to a comprehensive discussion during the upcoming analyst conference, where DKR’s management will provide valuable insights into its strategies and future prospects.



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