Interim report January-September 2009

• Earnings from property management activities grew by 43 per cent to SEK 624m (437) • Rental income decreased to SEK 1,647m (1,674) due to net sales of properties • The surplus ratio increased to 67 per cent (65) • The profit after changes in value and tax was SEK 202m (251) and earnings per share were SEK 1.23 (1.50) • Equity per share was SEK 59 (65) “This has been a very good quarter” Christian Hermelin, Fabege’s CEO, says. “Our rental income increased and our running costs fell, thanks to our conscious efforts to increase our net operating income, which has given us a quarterly surplus ratio of a highly respectable 70 per cent. Thanks to historically low interest rates, our property management earnings for the quarter increased by almost 90 per cent on the same quarter last year. Net lettings was positive and few renegotiations took place during the quarter, but those that did made positive contributions to rental value. “ “If I were to summarise, I see stability today and potential in the future. Our portfolio of modern offices in attractive locations gives the company stability, something that has been very evident in our results this year. Our portfolio also has every potential, thanks to good growth locations, to continue to generate value-added gains in the future and thus constitutes a perfect foundation for our business model,” Christian Hermelin concludes. Fabege AB (publ) Enclosed: Interim report January-September 2009

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We are a property company focusing on city district development and commercial properties. We develop attractive and sustainable districts with modern offices, housing and a broad range of services - together with strategic partners. Both our perspective and approach to ownership are long term and our passion is creating the right conditions for all those living, working and visiting our areas. We have a presence in a limited number of high-growth submarkets in the Stockholm region. Fabege’s shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, in the Large Cap segment.

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