“Like 2020, 2021 has been a challenging year. The ongoing pandemic, measures involving business closures and restrictions on activities have led to a decrease in energy consumption. The turmoil surrounding high electricity prices has also led to a decrease in consumption,” the annual report states.
The company further wrote that the market is described as eagerly awaiting, that there is limited start-up and limited new sales, and that challenges are expected to continue into 2022.
Apartment rental income
Holding 2 group also includes rental properties in Lørenskog (Tom Hagen Eiendom), Ringebu (Kvitfjell Eiendom / Kvitfjell Resort) and Lillehammer (Storgata Eiendom / Storgata 148). In addition to Starveien 2 in Oslo, as well as a number of land plots in Lillestrøm.
The annual report shows that rental income increased from NOK 60 million in 2020 to NOK 61 million in 2021.
The hotel business through Kvitfjell Hotel AS made a loss of NOK 1.5 million last year, while a loss of NOK 1.2 million was recorded in 2020. The company notes that this is related to the pandemic, and that better results are expected in the future.
Tom Hagen became a familiar face after the disappearance of his wife, Anne Elizabeth Hagen, in the fall of 2018.
Hagen was arrested and charged with the murder of his wife, but was soon released after the Supreme Court rejected a police appeal against the judgment of the Edsevating Court of Appeals, which held that there were no reasonable grounds to suspect.
And just recently, this summer, the police conducted new investigations into Hagen’s home.
Tom Hagen is still accused, but has always denied having anything to do with the disappearance.
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