Spark Capital focuses on core-plus, value-add, and opportunistic commercial real estate investments across Germany.
Our goal is to deliver preferred, risk-adjusted returns to our investors. We work with various types of domestic and international investors including institutions, listed and private companies, family offices, and private individuals.
Spark Capital follows a hands-on approach and provides a comprehensive range of services to cover all investment aspects, including deal sourcing and underwriting, due diligence, tailor-made corporate and tax structuring, transaction execution, financing, asset and corporate management, sale, and disposal.
In addition, we provide buy- and sell-side advisory services as well as project management.
Real Estate Finance
- Deal sourcing
- Underwriting and business planning
- Due diligence – legal, technical, tax, financial, environmental
- Transaction execution
- Corporate and tax structuring
- Investment life cycle management
- Restructuring and interim management
- Project management
- CapEx and TI plans
- Debt providers
- Tenant relations and lease agreements
- Buy-side advice
- Sell-side advice
- Project management
- Debt sourcing and structuring
- Development financing
- JV and syndicate creation
Amir is the founder and Managing Director of Spark Capital.
He has over 15 years of experience in international real estate investments with special focus on the German market, where he completed over EUR 1.5B in transactions.
Prior to founding Spark, Amir served as the Head of Real Estate at Phoenix Insurance Group and founded and managed Aurec Real Estate GmbH.
Amir holds an MBA (magna cum laude) with a major in Finance from Tel Aviv University.
Michael is an independent architect and project manager with over 20 years of experience in national and international real estate markets, consulting on real estate investments, technical due diligence, project management and technical asset management with special focus on the German and French market.
Michael studied Architecture at the Technical Universities of Vienna, Berlin, and Darmstadt.