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.

For many “smaller” investors, buying a property in Berlin is associated with a high financial effort. We support you during the whole acquisition process.

#1 In order to assure that the property leads to an additional income and does not become a burden for you, you should consult an expert with the due diligence of the Berlin property and follow some basic rules. Rule # 1: Set up a solid financial plan for your Berlin real estate. Buy only Berlin real estate that you can afford in the long term. The investment property should be at least largely repaid when you retire. If the interest and repayment of a financed property is not carried from the rental income, these costs will have to be paid even if the retirement income is lower or, in the worst case, no longer available.

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Federal Court: Neutral look is a must.

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Together with state-owned housing associations, Berlin plans to devlop in 2016 about 1,700 housing units on the western edge of Tempelhofer Freiheit.

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New clause is in effect from October 1.

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Rising rents and purchase prices for real estate have made the housing market policy to a central campaign issue in the federal election of 2013.

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Berlin real estate boom is fueled by Berliners

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Senate decides draft for the next double budget.

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This will also be the case in Berlin: No more than 15% increases of rents in three years

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Population considerably growing and households becoming smaller

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Berlin has lost its image as European bargain market.

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Increase in rents slowed down. 3.1% rise compared with 2011.

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In 2013 prices expected to rise more than 10 percent

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