For the very first time, the attractiveness of Germany‘s real estate market is decreasing.
The wave of refugees and the low interest rates are the decisive factors for the real estate market in the coming year.
Alternative financing sources are still of minor – but growing – importance.
A slight majority sees a real estate bubble in Germany for the first time.
The rental price brake, legislation passed by the German Bundestag to cap spiralling rents, shows only little impact yet.
The hype surrounding top locations (A-cities) begins to wane – secondary locations (B-cities) gain in importance.
Leipzig and Dresden pull ahead among Germany’s top hotspots.
Industry 4.0 will drastically change logistics in the medium term.
Source : Berlin Hyp