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Saxony Homes

Bordering the federal states of Brandenburg, Saxony Anhalt, Thuringia, and Bavaria, Saxony is a landlocked federal state of Germany. It also borders other countries such as Poland and the Czech Republic, so there's plenty of opportunities to travel when you purchase a house in Saxony. Dresden is the capital city while Leipzig is the largest, though you're sure to find your dream home no matter which part of the region you decide to relocate to. No matter the kind of house in Saxony you're looking for or the budget you have, we can help you find something.

What Life Will be Like

The region of Saxony boasts a beautiful mix of history and culture, giving you plenty to explore. From spectacular architecture to fascinating museums, there's a whole host of things for you to see and do while living in Saxony. If you want to find out more, check out our area guide here: https://www.ew-realestate.com/news/article/129/things-to-do-in-saxony

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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…