Dynamic growth is mainly driven by Residential Real Estate segment
ImmoScout24 is progressing to become a networked marketplace
Group’s ordinary operating EBITDA increases by 4.5% at a margin of 58.1%
Munich/Berlin, 12 August 2021 – The Scout24 Group revenue grew strongly by 9.7% to EUR 189.7 million in the first half of 2021. The main drivers of this growth were the Residential Real Estate business, supported by strong demand for residential properties, and (...)
Munich / Berlin, 12 July 2021 Scout24 AG, the operator of the digital marketplace ImmoScout24, has appointed Rowena Patrao (45) as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Starting today, Patrao will assume overall responsibility for the technology department and will help drive the transformation of ImmoScout24 into a digital market network. Patrao will report directly to Tobias Hartmann, CEO of Scout24 AG. She will be a member of Scout24’s Executive Leadership Team.
Munich, 8 July 2021 - Today’s Annual General Meeting of Scout24 AG approved all resolutions proposed by the Company with large majorities. Due to the restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Annual General Meeting was held as a purely virtual event without the physical presence of shareholders or their (...)
Munich / Berlin, 2 July 2021 – The Supervisory Board of Scout24 AG has appointed Tobias Hartmann as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Scout24 AG until the end of December 2025. Hartmann has been CEO of Scout24 AG since November 2018. With the contract extension, the Supervisory Board creates continuity in the company's top management. Hartmann has successfully repositioned Scout24 with a focus on the real estate business in recent years.
- Vermietet.de is a market leading digital platform for private landlords to manage all property related processes. - With the acquisition of Vermietet.de, Scout24 further expands its networked marketplace ecosystem. - Landlords listing on ImmoScout24 will be able to continue their journey on Vermietet.de
Munich / Berlin, 11 May 2021 – Scout24 has signed an agreement to acquire a majority stake in Zenhomes GmbH, the company behind Vermietet.de which is a market (...)
Successful transaction with 81.6% acceptance rate.
Capital decrease by 11.4 million shares.
Next pillar of capital return roadmap in preparation.
Munich / Berlin, 21 April 2021 - Scout24 AG has successfully completed its public repurchase offer. During the acceptance period from 1 April 2021 to 16 April 2021, 11,400,875 shares with the corresponding number of tender rights were tendered to the Company at the offer price of EUR 69.66. This corresponds to a (...)
Munich / Berlin, 5 March 2021 – Scout24 AG, the operator of the digital marketplace ImmoScout24, has appointed Dr. Claudia Viehweger (46) as Chief Human Resources Officer. In the newly created position, the experienced human resources expert will assume overall responsibility for the Scout24 Group's human resources activities from July 1, 2021 at the latest. Viehweger will report directly to Tobias Hartmann, CEO of Scout24 AG. As a member of the Executive (...)
Scout24 prepares to change its legal form to a European Stock Corporation (SE)
Annual General Meeting to decide in July on conversion into a Societas Europaea (SE)
Munich, 1 March 2021– Scout24 AG is preparing to change its legal form into a European Stock Corporation (Societas Europaea, SE). The shareholders of Scout24 AG will decide on the measure at the next Annual General Meeting, scheduled to take place on 8 July 2021.
Greenhouse gas emissions to be reduced by 60 percent
Remaining emissions will be compensated
Company establishes its own sustainability committee
Munich / Berlin, 9 September 2020 – Scout24 aims to become climate-neutral by 2025. By then, the digital company wants to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by around 60 percent compared to the base year 2018. In 2020, the company has already saved around 30 per cent in greenhouse gas emissions compared to 2018, (...)
Munich / Berlin, 18 June 2020 - Today’s Annual General Meeting of Scout24 AG approved all resolutions proposed by the administrative bodies with large majorities. Due to Covid-19, the Annual General Meeting was held as a purely virtual event without the physical presence of shareholders or their proxies. Key agenda items were the dividend of EUR 0.91 per share, the regular elections to the Supervisory Board, and key resolutions on the return of capital to (...)