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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% ...
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
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
Jack Barton reports from Berlin where housing prices have seen a significant increase in the past three years. Subscribe to BizAsiaAmerica: http://goo.gl/FMKaBj Follow CCTV America: Twitter: http://bit.ly/15oqHSy Facebook: http://on.fb.me/172VKne »» Watch CCTV America 7:00pm -- 9:00pm EST daily «« Washington, DC (and greater area) • MHz - Channel 3 • COMCAST (Xfinity) - Channel 273 New York City • Time Warner - Channel 134 • FiOS (Verizon) - Channel 277 Los Angeles • Charter Cable - Channel 562 • Time Warner - Channel 155 Satellite Nationwide • DISH TV - Channel 279
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.
The housing bubble ends 2018 with home values falling and real estate prices sinking. Interviews with economists, real estate experts and more.
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. For more go to http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/business/s-1431
Urban researcher Vincent Kompier shows how people in Berlin have found a creative answer to the housing crisis: Baugruppen, in which people are their own developers so they can build the kind of housing the market doesn't provide. Homes for All is a video series commissioned by Stadsleven in which correspondents from all over the world report on the state of the housing market in their city. Check out www.stadsleven.nu for more cities. Stadsleven - Citylife - is a live talkshow and online magazine about urban developments of the Dutch journalist Tracy Metz.
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What are the different stages you go through when buying a property in Berlin and how are these similar or different to the UK, US or other countries? Join Black Label Relocations Consultant Clive Gross and Director Achim Amman in discussion about the A-Z of the buying process.
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A short film by Christian von Borries, 2011. no rights reserved. Private property has made us so stupid and one-sided that an object is only ours when we have it -- when it exists for us as capital -- in short, when it is used by us. That's the situation in the berlin housing market today. Only the abolition [Aufhebung] of privately owned real estate would imply the complete emancipation of all human senses and qualities.
24 February 2017: House prices in Germany keep on rising. According to our new model, they are now overpriced by around 10%. Only a marked rise in interest rates would be likely to end this boom and such a move is nowhere in sight. House prices should therefore continue to climb for the time being. For more information please click refer to the web site of our Chief Economist http://bit.ly/2mrDLmj
5 August 2016: The housing boom in Germany is looking increasingly like a bubble as house prices steadily decouple from the fundamental factors. The driving force is very expansionary ECB monetary policy, which is unlikely to change much in the foreseeable future. For more information please click refer to the web site of our Chief Economist http://bit.ly/2ayzZTB
Get my explanation that my clients typically pay for. It is hard to find properties below 100.000 Euro nowadays, especially when they should have those features: 1.) vacant 2.) lift/elevator 3.) central heating 4.) refurbished or new, and above all 5.) location, location, location. Why those features are important, and the benefits of buying either a non attractive 'ugly' flat or a small one, I will explain in this video. Why tenant turnover should matter for every investor and why student housing is so attractive. I have a couple of offers in the range of 75.000-100.000 Euro for you in this video. And I show you a brand new development close to the biggest university of Berlin, that offers yields of 4% and more, while the total costs (including side costs) is round about 75.000 Euro / ...
Budapest Real Estate Club: comparative analysis of Budapest and Berlin apartments' prices. http://budapest-realestate.com/ Would you like to buy property in Budapest? WHY INVEST IN BUDAPEST REAL ESTATE? Investment strategy "buy low and sell high" • THE RAPID GROWTH IN PROPERTY PRICES Budapest is a real bargain compared to other European cities. • AFFORDABLE PRICE RANGE The average price of property 50-100 m2 in the city center of Budapest is Between 50 000 to 150 000 €, Price per m2: 600 - 3 500 €. • LOW PRICES FOR UTILITIES Average maintenance fees from 50 to 100 € of apartment sizes of 50 to 100m2. • HIGH LEVEL ON RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI) ROI on subsequent leases 7 - 15 years in Budapest. 25 - 35 years in London. • UNIQUE ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE The legacy of the Austro-Hunga...
In our new series of videos, we will explain to you how certain aspects of the real estate market in Berlin and Germany work. In this video, we explain The Story About www.BerlinPropertyMarket.com. Connect with BerlinPropertyMarket: Website: http://bit.ly/1XZACJp Facebook: http://bit.ly/1X8hKsG Twitter: http://bit.ly/1THgTsK
The age of cheap loans has well and truly dawned. Germany in particular is witnessing a building boom with Berlin at the epicentre. Experts predict an ongoing real estate boom, with some already warning about a bubble. More Made in Germany: http://www.dw.de/program/made-in-germany/s-3066-9798
Looking to buy property in Berlin? This is a good time to purchase a house or apartment. Real estate agents are people who help you buy or sell your property. Bringing a buyer's agent into the home-purchase picture can be a good idea. Buyer’s agents specialise in searching out, locating and negotiating the purchase of property on behalf of a buyer. Looking to buy, invest, renovate or develop? We are Property Buyers Agents & Real Estate Investment Strategists in Berlin. Find property to buy with Berlin residential estate agent http://www.bluegreen-immobilien.de/immobilien/?p=1967 There are no restrictions to foreigners buying property in Berlin or Potsdam. You may buy property in Berlin even if you are a non-resident and not an EU national. Get informed about how to buy a house, property...
What's it like to rent in Germany? Here's my introduction to searching, costs and contracts. For those of you waiting for the strawberry results - it will be revealed at the weekend (there are six people who guessed correctly!). :) ☆ Mini Deutsch dictionary: der Stadtteil - part of town harrlos - hairless der Hund - dog blind - blind die Katze - cat bunt - colourful die Kuh - cow der Nachmieter - new tenant das Zimmer - room die Wohnung - flat/apartment die Einbauküche - built-in/fitted kitchen der Quadratmeter - square meter Achtung! - Caution! die Kaltmiete - cold/net rent die Nebenkosten - additional costs/service charges (other examples of extra charges are rubbish collection, cold water, lighting of communal areas, cable TV and insurance) das Wohngeld - common charge (see above) die ...
Until today it freaks me out not to know how Lithuanians can survive from month to month. If you are Lithuanian or have relatives there, please let us know how you do the magic! Vilnius vs. Berlin - Living Costs Battle #magicLithuania #impulseToThink #askLithuania Let's get answers! Share the video message with your friends. Comment on this video. I want to hear your opinion. Main Data Source: https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=Germany&country2=Lithuania&city1=Berlin&city2=Vilnius&tracking=getDispatchComparison 2017-05-03 by Exhoschi