The discussion on the rent Cap makes it clear that affordable housing is in short supply in Germany. Although this statement is not generally true, there are in particular the five German cities of Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Dusseldorf and Frankfurt am Main, where most of the missing apartments, yet only three percent of the apartments are empty in the national average. In Germany there is hardly any free apartments,”also recently criticized the world” (link: finanzen/immobilien/article116222597/In-Deutschland-gibt-es-kaum-noch-freie-Wohnungen.html). It stresses that in this country there less free rentals year after year, which leads to price increases – especially for smaller households. While the lobbyists of the construction industry, the German tenants Association (DMB) and many real estate companies hire research institutes for studies on the housing market, the results of which always indicate a looming shortage for years. The highest demand is in the growing cities and the surrounding metropolitan areas. Especially Munich is in demand as a place of residence and had the highest percentage increase in new citizens compared to the other cities of the metropolis over the past ten years.
The real estate company Bulwien Gesa assumes that the main German cities experiencing growth in the years to come once again led by Munich. Here the experts by Bulwien Gesa expect an increase of more than 10 percent in the next eight years. The statistical country offices assume therefore due to the increasing demand and an insufficient offer a price increase in Munich by eight percent in the next three years. Also the belonging to the savings bank organisation Landesbausparkassen (LBS), according to a recent press release by a price increase of three percent in 2013 for Germany go out (link:). LBS highlights individual regional differences and confirms the highest strength the South on the basis of a comprehensive survey of real estate agents.
Try Meanwhile in Munich a used free standing single family home approximately 850,000 euros and thus ten times over in East German medium-sized cities. Nevertheless, LBS provides a healthy price development, because on average considered used real – estate prices would be if apart from the South and southwestern German cities – hardly higher than ten years ago. However, this does not apply to new condominiums that would characterized also by a much better build quality. Everything done right”, you could say, if one looks at the strategy of the Munich-based real estate company euro Grundinvest. For many years, it is active in the development of new residential properties in Munich and whose Bacon belt and creates so affordable and livable housing. Also for investors, euro Grundinvest offers alternatives: in addition to the purchase of these can benefit from real estate as an investment, also by multiple investment offers, entering into their structure on the typical needs of investors.