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Property prices continue to climb in London and in other major European cities, but Berlin has defied the trend. While property prices have soared in European capital cities such as London and Paris, the city of Berlin remains an exception. Twenty-five years ago Berlin’s east side was in a shabby state. But even after years of renovation and development, a square metre in the German capital costs between €2500 and €3500, about a third of prices in London or Paris. So why is it still much cheaper to buy property in Berlin than other European capitals? First, Germans, especially Berliners, tend to rent property over the course of their lives instead of buying. Just over 42% percent of German properties are owner occupied according to the German federal statistics office. But only 15% ...
Berlin is growing rapidly, but rents and property prices continue to soar. The population of the city is growing by around 40,000 people a year. For more go to http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/business/s-1431
Nowhere in Germany are rents rising as steeply as in Berlin, and prices for apartments are also on the up, jumping by up to 35 percent in just one year. Made in Germany talked to both real estate agents and apartment hunters. Read more: http://www.dw.de/program/made-in-germany/s-3066-9798
Who does Berlin belong to? Real estate is a popular investment, and prices have tripled in the past 10 years. But not everyone can afford to buy - and rents are rising, too. That's put tenants and owners on opposite sides of the barricades.
A group of architects have come together to find a solution to the rising cost of housing in Berlin. The German capital has long been regarded as having some of the cheapest property prices in any major European capital.
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