Segmentation of investment portfolio

The tables below provide insight into the distribution of our properties and their characteristics in the portfolio on two levels of segmentation (rental segment and region).

Segmentation investment portfolio, rental segment and region
 

Weight in units

Weight in value

Average year of contruction

   

Fund

100%

100%

1991

   

Primary

62%

69%

1991

   

Secondary

29%

25%

1988

   

Other

9%

6%

1986

   

> € 1,200

9%

16%

2006

   

Non-reg. - € 1,200

70%

71%

1989

   

Regulated

22%

13%

1981

   
       
       
 

Gross/net ratio

Gross financial vacancy

Occupancy rate

Rent 2017 vs 2016

Annual rent increase

Revaluation 2017

Fund

26%

3.1%

97.6%

2.4%

3.0%

12.7%

Primary

23%

3.4%

97.3%

5.0%

3.1%

13.7%

Secondary

24%

1.6%

98.4%

0.2%

2.7%

11.6%

Other

28%

2.0%

98.5%

(3.5%)

2.8%

7.2%

> €1,200

24%

6.2%

93.7%

0.7%

2.5%

15.0%

Non-reg. - €1,200

24%

2.3%

98.1%

4.1%

2.5%

13.4%

Regulated

34%

1.9%

98.1%

(1.6%)

2.3%

10.6%

The relatively high vacancy in the primary region was due to an increased focus on the refurbishment of units to optimise rental income. In addition, renovation works were planned for a large residential complex in Amsterdam which also increased vacancy in the primary region. This was also the main driver behind the higher vacancy in the >€1,200 rental segment.