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Berlin has been lauded again, this time as ‘2nd most livable City in the World’. According to the New York magazine METROPOLIS. “Berlin, once dubbed the metropolis “condemned forever to becoming and never to being,” is yet again in flux as it absorbs new demographics: nomadic tech start-up workers, young creatives in search of affordable studios, […]

Berlin Property

‘Berlin property market shifts from renters to buyers’ “A new property market report shows that more and more people are buying apartments in the German capital, squeezing out low-income renters. Investment groups are also making more large-scale “portfolio” purchases.” So begins an article on the German government owned Deutsche Welle website. The report noted that […]

Berlin Mitte

Berlin is Affordable In the 26 years since German reunification, Berlin’s wealth has slowly moved eastwards. While the wealthiest parts of Berlin were in the west before and still are in the west today,  it is however in the centre of East Berlin, the areas of Prenzlauer Berg, Mitte, and Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg that rents have risen the most – but still affordable. You […]

Berlin History

Number of ‘Berliners’ keep increasing After nearly 30 years no-growth -or even negative population growth- the number of Berliners is now actually increasing. For those thinking of buying property in Berlin, the impact of millennials and other demographically driven demand bodes well for the Berlin housing market for the next decade. Berlin is the 2nd most populous […]

Berlin Property

‘Berliner Morgenpost’ reports on Berlin Apartment Privitization For international property investors with an interest in Berlin, there appeared an enlightening and informative article by Jens Anker  in the Berliner Morgenpost, which dealt with the issue of rising number of Apartment-privatizations taking place in Berlin. In spite of a ban in several Berlin districts, the number of rental-apartments […]

Berlin Property

Chinese state funds are currently on a buying spree in Germany An interesting Reuters report by Frankfurt based Tina Bellon from mid-June states that ‘German insurers are seeing increased competition from Asian buyers as they seek to boost investment in domestic real estate to counter the effect of negative interest rates’ German ‘Bunds’ have been the traditional investment of […]

Business in Berlin

‘Brexit’ and Berlin Commerical Real Estate ‘Brexit ‘ -after the UK voted to leave the European Union – means the loss of banking ‘passporting’ rights and will see Bankers move their headquarters from London along with ‘non-UK’ insurance companies that use the UK as their EU base. Some banks have already begun moving their offices from London, and history has shown that when […]

Berlin Mitte

German State Property Laws benefit real-estate investors ‘OPP-Today’ published  an interesting article for those international investors presently owning or thinking of owning  property in Berlin, the German capital.  The article from the ‘Overseas Property Professional News Service’ by Adrian Bishop entitled ‘How property laws are protecting Berlin real estate and benefiting investors’, was published last […]

Business in Berlin
Next-Estate Berlin Partner – JazzRadio
May 25, 2016

Next-Estate Berlin Partner – Jazz Radio We would like to introduce one of our Next-Estate Berlin Partners, namely ‘JazzRadio’, which is officially called ‘New JazzRadio GmbH’. When selling our properties in Berlin we spend a lot of time with clients and showing them our many apartments in Berlin Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain/Kreuzberg. And we often […]

Berlin History

Our Best 5 Coffee Places in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg Vote in Next-Estate’s 5 Favorite Coffee Places in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg -Kaffee Käthe -Meierei -Cafeck -impala -‘Coffee Star’ – Wortherstrasse =========================================== While there are some sites for the best coffee places in Berlin in general and some sites which speak about the best Coffee brands in […]

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