Challenges of Berlin’s real estate market

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

Peter Guthmann

Berlin real estate prices continue to increase

Berlin Real Estate: Real Estate Federation measures an increase of more than ten percent.

Peter Guthmann

Building land is becoming increasingly expensive in Berlin

Official standard land value lags behind.

Peter Guthmann

Berlin real estate market is still on the up.

More transactions and higher turnover in 2015.

Peter Guthmann

Berlin calling: No price bubble in sight.

There are two good news in 2014 for Berlin investors. The first one: The German capital is still booming. And nothing seems to stop this trend. The second one: The price increases are decelerating. There is no price bubble in sight.

Peter Guthmann

German real estate appraisal report: Properties continue to increase in price.

Rising revenues making 2013 a peak year for the real estate market in the German capital Berlin. 2014 starts moderately.

Peter Guthmann

2013 was a peak year for Berlin real estate

The German and especially the Berlin real estate market is doing as well in 2014 as in 2013.

Peter Guthmann

In Berlin, square meter prices and rents have massively risen since 2010.

And there is no week where we can’t read articles in papers and magazines, nor hear features in the radio and watch polemical talks in the TV. In the end the conclusion is almost always the same: investors are under suspicion of destroying old, grown together urban structures. Are residents and quarters in Berlin really being totally run over unexpectedly, as we are told?

Peter Guthmann

Increase of the real estate transfer tax in Berlin to 6% from 1.1.2014

Senate decides draft for the next double budget.

Peter Guthmann