Germany Property News

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22/09/20
Regions of Germany with the highest ratio of annual rent to purchase price of real estate – The Housing Atlas 2020
In June, Postbank and the Hamburg Institute for International Economics conducted the Housing Atlas 2020 study. Analysts calculated how many annual rents are required to be paid in different regions of Germany to spend a total amount equivalent to the…
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05/09/20
Homes in Germany are getting bigger, despite the housing crisis
Despite the fact that there is an acute shortage of housing in many German cities, the actual size of units, according to new data from the Federal Statistical Office of Germany (Destatis), had increased in size. Noteworthy, despite the fact that over…
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10/07/20
German Economy is Expecting a Major Recovery
In an updated economic outlook prepared by The Institute for Economic Research (IFO), a research center based in Munich, it is confirmed that the German economy is to suffer a possible decrease reaching as high as 6.6% in 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak,…
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27/05/20
Coronavirus pandemic did not affect the real estate market in Germany
Contrary to a number of gloomy forecasts that were heard earlier, the coronavirus pandemic could not bring down the real estate market in Germany. Moreover, some analysts even argue that investors should consider buying real estate during this period.…
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17/09/19
Things to Do in Lower Saxony
Lower Saxony is the second largest state in Germany, following the landlocked federal state of Bavaria . It’s situated in the north west, bordering the North Sea as well as the states of Schleswig-Holstein, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Brandenburg,…
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03/09/19
Things to Do in Baden-Baden
Situated in south-west Germany, Baden-Baden is a stunning spa town that’s not too far off the border of France. It’s located at the north-western border of the Black Forest mountain range on the small river Oos, offering some of the most…
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21/08/19
Your guide to Dresden
About Dresden Dresden is known as an idyllic place for tourists and residents alike. Located in Eastern Germany, bordering with the Czech Republic. The population stands at over 500,0000 people, with a large portion consisting of native Germans, due…
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06/08/19
Moving to Germany
Looking to relocate to Germany? Packing up your household belongings and moving somewhere new can be challenging, but these five things should help to make things a little easier. Thanks to our comprehensive guide, moving to Germany can be something…
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03/07/19
Things to do in Saxony
Top Things To Do In Saxony Saxony has always been a popular tourist destination for good reasons. With the likes of Dresden & Leipzig bringing in a large amount of traffic through. Saxony offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Germany, thanks…
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06/06/19
Berlin’s Property Prices on the Rise
The bustling city of Berlin has been named as the place that has the fastest rising property prices. But what does this mean for those looking to buy a property there? Well, despite the increase in prices, it may not be as bad as it sounds. In Berlin,…
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10/05/19
What to Do in Brandenburg
Located in the north east of Germany, Brandenburg is a federal state that encircles the capital city of Berlin. With a population of 2.5 million residents that live in an area of 29,478 square kilometres, you can be sure that Brandenburg has plenty to…
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08/04/19
Best Things to Do in Berlin This Summer
Berlin is the popular capital city of Germany, so you can be sure that there’ll be a whole host of activities, amenities and attractions to keep you occupied. No matter the season, Berlin is a fantastic place to be in, but summer is arguably one…
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26/03/19
Best Things to Do in Munich
Bavaria’s capital city is a place bursting with fun-filled activities, plenty of amenities and German history and culture. It’s the most populous area within the region, so you can be sure that your time spent in Munich will be jam-packed…
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22/01/19
Your Guide to Bavaria
Bavaria is located in south eastern Germany and is the largest federal state in the country. The capital of Bavaria is the well known and the cultural city of Munich. The state is known for its music and theatre as well as the popular Octoberfest which…
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31/10/18
Things to do in Germany
Germany is arguably the Real Estate capital of Europe and with its prime location and plenty of property investment opportunities, it’s no wonder why people choose to buy property here! That being said, one of the many reasons people choose to…