Bank watches German property prices
For the last two years residential German property prices increased by around 5 per cent annually but towards the end of 2012 the rate at which home prices increased began to slow.
Property prices too high for locals in Germany
German property prices have been steadily increasing in recent months and local residents on the trendy holiday island of Sylt are being priced out of the market to due to an influx of wealthy second home owners.
House prices build across Germany
Many housing markets across Europe have been badly hit by the current Euro crisis but the stable economy in the country has helped the German property market to prosper in recent months.
Increased investor interest in German property
Overseas property investors are beginning to move away from the riskier European property markets in light of the most recent debt crisis concerns and are turning to more reliable economies.
Renting a foreign way of life
Home ownership has for many years now been the aim of most young people in the UK but other nations throughout Europe have been more than happy to live in rented accommodation.
German property prices tipped to build
The German economy continues to flourish while many of its European neighbours are struggling to stay afloat financially and as a result investors are being urged to look to the property market in this north European country.
Satellite towns in Germany that won’t cost the Earth
There is a wealth of untapped real estate potential in Germany according to a report by GfK GeoMarketing, who are urging developers of German property to consider the satellite towns of larger more well known locations.
Snow blankets German market appeal
The unusually harsh winter is freezing Germany's real estate market & industry experts are predicting heavy losses of revenue as a result.
Shopping around in German property market
Plans are afoot for Germany to grow its already substantial economy with the expansion of its retail sector with the view of becoming the major retail centre of Europe.
German property market stands it ground
As you may expect of a country renowned for its measured & precise approach, the property market in Germany has not undergone the wrenching & twisting that markets in other euro zone countries have seen.
East hit least in Germany
The German economy appears to have taken on a Jekyll & Hyde personality, and naturally so according to many industry experts as Berlin shrugs off the woes of the global economic downturn.