Property for sale in Berlin

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ID: 1914
Property for Sale in Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Berlin, Germany
Commercial property
Ready business
Ready business. Craft company in Berlin.
€1,800,000
ID: 1903
Property for Sale in Tempelhof-Schöneberg, Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Tempelhof-Schöneberg, Berlin, Germany
Commercial property
Profitable object
Long-term leased commercial space in the south of Berlin as an investment
€3,500,000
Berlin – Moabit, Germany
Profitable houses
Profitable object
Only 3,000 euros per square meter. Apartment building with commercial premises in the center of Berlin.
€4,980,000

Your guide to Property for Sale in Berlin

Berlin Properties

Being the capital of Germany, Berlin has plenty to offer, not only for those visiting the area but for residents and those who are looking to invest in German real estate. Berlin is one of the most influential cities in Europe and can be considered as one of the world’s hottest housing markets with properties becoming a great investment. Berlin’s housing market was rated as the fastest price growth market in the world so if you are wanting to make a serious investment for your future then you should take a look at our range of properties available.

If you are wanting to make your profit and invest through income property. Then Berlin should be on your radar, with a 3% YoY rise in rental income and a 5% growth in capital. Giving you a potential 80% ROI after ten years (estimate). This promising investment situation has resulted in 25% more building permits issued in 2018, meaning there is a large scope of properties for you to invest with.

We are experts when it comes to Berlin property and we have many properties available for purchase, so we can guide you through the buying process with ease. Choose from our large selection of homes, apartments, land and businesses for sale in the city with our simple search tool. If you are looking to invest in Berlin property, check out our latest article HERE for more information.

From commercial investments to finding your next family home, EW Real Estate offer a vast range of property for sale in Berlin. Be sure to get in contact with our experts who are more than happy to help you secure your dream property.

Living in Berlin

From historical monuments that have stood the test of time, bursting at the seams with culture and plenty of things to do, Berlin is arguably the most beautiful city in Europe to live in. Here you will find many attractions such as the iconic Brandenburg Gate, Charlottenburg Palace and Berlin Television Tower. There is also a selection of popular, delicious local restaurants and high-quality bars dotted around the city such as the Club restaurant am Wannsee that serves local cuisine and the Prinzknecht bar that is situated to the west of Berlin’s city centre.
 
Berlin offers year-round enjoyment. However, the summer months are when the city really comes alive. Take a look at our top things to do in Berlin during the warmer season: https://www.ew-realestate.com/news/article/126/best-things-to-do-in-berlin-this-summer

LATEST NEWS

Real estate in Germany may rise in price by 13% within a year
15/01/22
Real estate in Germany may rise in price by 13% within a year
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German Real Estate portal Immoscout24 predicts that rental prices may rise in five major German cities, with prices in Berlin expected to be higher than in other areas. According to the latest research by Immoscout24, property prices in Berlin could…
First 3D-printed residential building was completed in Germany
21/12/21
First 3D-printed residential building was completed in Germany
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The first residential building, fully printed on a special-purpose 3D printer, was completed on a turnkey basis in the town of Beckum, in North Rhine-Westphalia. The pilot project of this kind is a two-storey house with rounded corners, a flat roof and…
Research shows that residents of German cities spend half their salary on apartment rent
17/08/21
Research shows that residents of German cities spend half their salary on apartment rent
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As per the study conducted by Hans Böckler Stiftung, an analyst at the University of Berlin, housing expenses of German households reach as much as 50% - an alarmingly large proportion. Furthermore, considering the fact that this trend is common…