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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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Mortgage rates in Germany Hit Their 10 Years Maximum
08/12/22
Mortgage rates in Germany Hit Their 10 Years Maximum
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Mortgage interest rates in Germany have reached their highest levels in the last eleven years. As a result, a significant drop in a number of requests for mortgage loans is currently taking place. According to the European Central Bank (ECB), the average…
Property prices in major German cities are declining
08/11/22
Property prices in major German cities are declining
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As recent study of the German real estate market shows, almost all major cities recently began to experience property price decline after years of prices rising. The reason for this phenomenon lies in a number of factors, such as real estate revaluation,…
The German government is planning to help people with the purchase of real estate
13/09/22
The German government is planning to help people with the purchase of real estate
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As of today, Germany has the lowest level of property ownership in the EU. According to the official government data, only 42.1% of families own housing units they live in directly, while the remaining 57.9% of families live in rented houses and apartments.…