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Berlin Demographics

German Federal Elections 2017 and Berlin Property Market The German Federal elections will be held in on Sunday the 24th September 2017 to elect the members of the Bundestag and as things stand now, the CDU/CSU, led by Angela Merkel, have maintained a double-digit lead over the Social Democratic Party (SPD) since opinion polling after the 2013 […]

Berlin Demographics

Berlin Real-estate Investment is very popular – how some creative locals are coping In many world cities long-time residents find themselves being priced out of real-estate market ownership, and leaving only the wealthy, renters and the homeless. Berlin Real-estate Investment has become and is a very popular commodity and yes even fashionable. So how has this effected […]

Berlin Demographics

‘Human Capital’ fuels Germany’s Capital Berlin ‘Human capital’ is considered the sum or ‘stock of knowledge, habits, social and personality attributes, including creativity, embodied in the ability to perform labor so as to produce economic value. These resources are the total capacity of the people that represent a form of wealth which can be directed […]

Berlin Property

  ‘Berlin bubble? Property is booming and rents are rising’ In an article published last Saturday entitled ‘Berlin bubble? Property is booming and rents are rising’   Irish Times Berlin correspondent Derek Scally wrote an interesting article which addressed the many questions current potential investors in Berlin and German real-estate ask themselves. The article opens well […]

Berlin Mitte

Austrian Real Estate Firms Pour Into Berlin “International real estate developers have descended on Berlin over the past decade as the city’s property prices have risen sharply. Home values are up 49% the past five years, elevating the German capital to one of the fastest appreciating markets in Europe. ” So wrote  Troy McMullen in an article […]

Berlin Property

Berlin Residential Rental Prices Rise despite Rental-cap A rental cap, or owner-occupancy rate, is a limit to the number of renters allowed in an apartment building or condo  development and a control of the rents charged . Berlin actually became the first German city to make such a rental-cap a reality, with a capital pioneers law prohibiting […]

German Real Estate
German Property Market finds Crowd-funding
February 23, 2017

    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 market’, the growing number of German entrepreneurs turning to crowd-funding in the property industry,  are highlighted . “German crowd-funding proptechs (property technology firms) raised around […]

Business in Berlin
Donald Trump – Berlin and German Real Estate
January 19, 2017

Donald Trump – Berlin and German Real Estate There are not too many neutrals when one discusses Donald J. Trump -neither in America or in Europe. But love him, or hate him, the controversial Mr Trump will be sworn in tomorrow as the 45th US president. What not too many people are aware of is […]

Berlin Property

Positive Outlook for Berlin Property Investments in 2017 It is always positive to end the year – and start the new year- with some ‘feel-good’ and uplifting news. And the good news is that of the five leading European cities for overall investment and development prospects in 2017  Berlin is Number 1, followed by Hamburg, Frankfurt, Dublin […]

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