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News Immobiliare : Nove tedeschi in affitto su 10 pensano di acquistare un appartamento : ll possesso di immobili valutato in modo positivo come non mai - Monday, February 6, 2017
In Germania il possesso di immobili non è mai stato valutato così in modo positivo come di recente. Attualmente tre quarti dei tedeschi vede nell’acquisto di un immobile il miglior modo d’investire i propri soldi. In modo particolare un buon 60 per cento considera case e appartamenti come la migliore forma di previdenza per la vecchiaia. Infatti è durante il pensionamento che si valorizzano i vantaggi di possedere un immobile. Anche tra gli affittuari in Germania l’acquisto di immobili sta diventando sempre più popolare. Di fatto un affittuario su cinque in Germania pianifica di comprare o di costruire un immobile nei prossimi dieci anni. Questo emerge dal sondaggio sull’indicatore di tendenza realizzato dalla società TNS Infratest per conto della banca di risparmio Landesbausparkassen (LBS).
German Property is Looking More Like London - Thursday, November 3, 2016
While Berlin hasn't quite turned into London-on-Spree, Germany's residential property market is having a moment. Germans' fondness for renting homes instead of buying them, fairly flat house-price growth plus rather dismal demographic trends all made the country's property market look distinctly pedestrian for many years. But with mortgage rates plunging, foreign buyers looking for a safe haven and -- more recently -- more than one million refugees arriving in the country, that received wisdom has been turned on its head. The European Central Bank's move to negative interest rates may fuel that trend even further. Can it last? House prices have increased 5.6 percent a year over the past five years, according to UBS, which is double the average annual rate of increase since 1970. Some catch-up is overdue as in real terms German house prices didn't rise over the past 40 years, according to Green Street Advisors.

Housing Market Report Berlin 2015

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Following the particular concentration of rent increases in popular inner-city areas in recent years, pressure of demand is increasingly shifting to inner-city peripheries, areas outside the centre with good transport connections and to modest city outskirts. This is one conclusion of the latest Housing Market Report Berlin, jointly published for the first time this year by Berlin Hyp AG and CBRE GmbH, which presents current developments and background information on the Berlin housing market. It is based on the evaluation of more than 100,000 recorded offers for rental apartments and condominiums as well as apartment buildings in the first three quarters of 2014. All rental apartments have been assigned to the 190 Berlin postcodes, enabling small-scale analyses and trend observations of micro-locations.Lively financing market with controllable risks for banks - New build volume increasing, but insufficient to satisfy demand