WHERE is the MOST STABLE and conservative real ESTATE MARKET in Europe??? - News about real estate, Kiev, Kyiv region. Real Estate In Ukraine
For many years, the growth of housing prices in...Germany is one of the few countries where the price per square meter of housing in the capital is not much higher than the national average.For many years, the growth of housing prices in Germany does not exceed 3-5% per year, so it is safe to say that this is one of the most stable and conservative real estate markets in Europe. However, experts do not exclude that in 2-3 years the situation may change."Perhaps the price of apartments and houses in Germany will grow at a faster rate, because prices for similar accommodation in neighbouring France is slightly higher. Again, in the German capital, Berlin, a square meter on average is 1.5 thousand euros, and in the next Prague," says Sergey Makarenko, Manager real estate company in Germany Lothar Hetaera". The expert notes that in the city centre price per square meter of housing can pass and for 3 thousand euros. So, in the prestigious district of the Brandenburg gate two-bedroom apartment of 150 sqm with a nice view from the window is more than half a million euros.In cultural and historical center of the country, Munich is the average cost per square meter more than 2.5 thousand euros, in the Central regions is 5-6 thousand euros. A decent two bedroom apartment in the center costs about a million euros, on the edge - 100-150 thousand euros.Very popular among foreigners, is real estate in the resort cities of the country, on the Baltic coast and in the mountains.According to experts, the most hyped resorts the cost of housing is too high. For example, a square meter in Baden-Baden is 1,5-3 thousand euros, and in the resort town of bad Lausick, in terms of treatment and rest is not inferior to named popular resort, from 500 to 1000 euros per square meter.Foreigners - green roadGerman law is designed to simplify the procedure of buying property, equating the rights of foreigners and locals. The main obstacle for foreign investors from outside the EU may be the visa for Germany.Every year the flow of investments from abroad to Germany increased by 20-30%. The main foreign buyers are the Czechs and the Russians. Among the buyers of the apartments a lot of immigrants from Ukraine. Mostly businessmen, who have their business in this country. Buy a real property and parents for their children who go to study in Germany."Our company sells refurbished one bedroom apartment with a total area of 46 square meters a 20-minute drive from Leipzig for 15 thousand Euro. You understand that the price is ridiculous.