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Annual report 2019


A year of consolidation
Dear stakeholders,

It is our pleasure to present you with our annual report for 2019. In this report, we account for our performance in 2019, in both financial and social terms, and report on how we intend to realise our ambitions for the future. We would also like to share our vision of the Dutch housing market and the role we want to play as an active and socially-engaged residential real estate investor. Please note that most of this report was written prior to the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Vesteda has taken measures regarding the operational activities of the company to prevent the further spread of the virus. It is clear that the impact on the Global and Dutch economy will be severe, but at this point (18 March 2020) it is too early to determine the exact impact for Vesteda.

What we do

Our portfolio

Number of
residential units


Investment portfolio
value (incl. IFRS 16)


Occupancy rate


Gross rental income


Portfolio by type of
residential unit (weight in value)
Portfolio by rental segment
(weight in value)

Portfolio by region
(weight in value)

Energy labels
(weight in units)

Pipeline and additions to the portfolio

Westerwal - Groningen
171 Apartments – expected delivery 2021


Willemsbuiten - Tilburg
42 Family houses - expected delivery 2020


Project Milestone - Eindhoven
World’s first housing project based on 3D-concrete printing


The Ox - Amsterdam
168 Apartments – expected delivery 2021


Koningsoord – Berkel Enschot
33 Homes – delivered in 2019

Investment portfolio

De Enter - Amsterdam
96 Apartments - delivered in 2019

Investment portfolio

Hooghkamer - Voorhout
55 Natural gas free family homes added in 2019

Investment portfolio

Our portfolio distribution - top 10

In € million As % of
total portfolio
1Amsterdam 1,790 23%
2Rotterdam 628 8%
3Utrecht 361 5%
4Almere 338 4%
5Maastricht 251 3%
6Eindhoven 210 3%
7Amstelveen 194 3%
8Diemen 190 2%
9Amersfoort 189 2%
10Breda 160 2%
Primary regions
Secondary regions
€ 1,200 mln
€ 600 mln
€ 120 mln

Facts and figures

Tenant satisfaction


Ambition to become the best landlord in the Netherlands



1,233 units in pipeline

Total expense ratio


Internally managed fund with efficient cost structure



Interest rate: 2.0%

Solid funding structure

Credit rating


Rated by Standard & Poor's

Attractive risk profile



5 stars GRESB rating

#3 ranking

Committed to remaining a top player in the field of sustainability