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Where in Germany it now pays to buy a home instead...

Have you been wondering whether it’s better value to rent or to buy a flat or house? After analyzing hundreds of cities and districts...

Which European city would you choose?

European city pads often double as clever investments that provide a fun base for enjoying a culture-rich urban lifestyle. Here are three cities offering...

Germany overtakes UK as top location in Europe for real estate...

Metropolises in Germany now have the greatest potential for development in all of Europe, according to a new study. But, while this might be...

Investment in Italy

The outlook is enthusiastically European and the strongest commercial links are with Germany. The economy is basically divided into a highly developed industrial north,...

Golden Visas growing allure for Chinese buyers

2016 saw Chinese real estate investors pumping $17.4 billion into European commercial property, triple the $6.4 billion recorded in 2015.1 Furthermore, this growing emphasis on...

Germans build more homes in shadow of euro

The housing boom in Germany is continuing despite the eurozone debt crisis, with more individuals and investors applying for building permits this year than...

Investment firm ‘buys 22,000 German flats’

A notoriously aggressive American investment company, attracted to the German market by rising prices, is spending nearly €1 billion on more than 22,000 flats...

German Property Market finds Crowd-funding

In the US online edition of REUTERS, in a very informative article by Tina Bellon from Frankfurt called ‘Crowd-funding finds fanbase in Germany property...

German real estate investment is so popular

Germany Real estate Investment has become and is a very popular commodity and yes even fashionable. So how has this effected the local population and...

Munich Real-estate prices rising quickly– Berlin by comparison stable

There was a time, not that long ago that the German property market was considered by many as ‘boring’ and unimaginative. This was due...

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