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The Future of Property Investment in Berlin : our three-part guide

With strict regulation, rent caps, rent freezes and almost daily press articles about tenant protests against landlords, is the city becoming a “hostile environment” for property investors and what should current and future investors be doing? In this three-part blog article series we set out explain the investment landscape in Berlin and offer some advice.


Market News

CEO Achim Amann invited to broadcast a daily editorial Property Feature → on JazzRadio Berlin.

  • It would be impossible to deny that Berlin’s south-eastern district of Neukoelln has had a colourful history. Since the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989, Neukoelln has faced some huge challenges and undergone some of the biggest changes of all of Berlin’s districts. While Neukoelln still has a way to go before it can be considered on a par with its neighbouring districts of … read more

Buying Properties
  • Marc Cummings - a success story

    Irish based property investor Mark Cummins purchased a small block of twelve apartments close to Prenzlauer Berg in Berlin in 2007. After ten years experience of investing in his home market, Mark was attracted to Berlin

Selling Properties
  • Having lived in Paris for a long time, former actress Irene Keidel-Aparcev, who also previously worked as a phonetician, made the decision to return to her hometown of Berlin. In 2000 Ms. Keidel-Aparcev purchased a relatively run-down two-room Altbau apartment in Charlottenburg close to the Savignyplatz. With the help of a couple of handy men the apartment was completely renovated.

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