The Berlin real estate blog

Relevant topics around the Berlin real estate market and interesting contexts, prepared editorially by us. This is our real estate blog.

By 2018, the population of Berlin had grown by 34,449. We show everything: where is Berlin growing, how are the nationalities spread in Berlin, from which countries do the people come? 

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The rents in Berlin may not be increased for five years with immediate effect. The paper adopted on 18.06.2019 is to become a law of the federal state. We have outlined the essential points for you.

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Rent mirror 2019: The real estate market in the German capital is working. Three quarters of the housing stock under 7 Eur/m². Housing remains affordable and the situation difficult. 

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Is it true that Asians prefer eastern districts? Where do Americans prefer to go? What about other countries and nationalities? Answers here!

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The much more than doubling of real estate prices in Berlin within 10 years comes more from a tectonic shift on the Berlin real estate market than from a price explosion. Immigration and catching-up effects are the two main players in this process. The estimation is between 135,000 and 200.000 apartments will be needed by 2030.

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Preservation statutes and bans on splitting are supposedly the sharpest instrument of state legislators in the fight against rising rents and prices.

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As a home for people from over 200 countries, Berlin can call itself a cosmopolitan city. Are there community clusters in the German Capital?

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In our study, we are looking into mobility processes in Berlin. With a new approach we are expanding the concept of displacement.

Over 313,000 people have changed in space last year. Our interactive map shows how mobility is expressed in Berlin.

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Berlin is again undergoing a transformation. The first time that the city reached the mark of 100.000 residents was in the 18th century.

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Where is the journey going? Real estate prices in Berlin are rising and rising. Is an end in sight?

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The Berlin administrative court dismissed four lawsuits from holiday apartment operators against the refusal of the so-called negative clearance, confirming the so-called misappropriation ban.

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