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  • 29 Sep 2008

    A German Property Investment in Ruhpolding

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    An investment in German property may not have been considered by UK real estate investors until recently. The German property hotspot of Ruhpolding is a lovely, charming village set against the Bavarian Alps. With local traditions and a wonderful display of nature, it’s no surprise that this quaint
    ... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 23 Jul 2008

    Top Of The Props June 2008: Germany A Euro Property Powerhouse?

    Interest in the Germany from visitors to TheMoveChannel.com has soared over the last month, with the sleeping giant of Europe's property market breaking into the top five of our Top of the Props chart for the first time in over a year.


    After an arguably lacklustre 2007, the German economy got off to
    ... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 07 Feb 2008

    German Property Market Gains

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    Photo courtesy of SBA73

    What seemed unthinkable only twelve or so months ago seems to be happening in 2008: German property is finally on the up.


    In fact, recent research examining 161 property investors’ attitudes has shown Germany moving ahead of the UK and France in terms of popularity. The study c



    ... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 14 Nov 2007

    Property Investment In Germany Looks Positive

    Research recently released by leading real estate services and money management firm, Jones Lang LaSalle, at this month’s Expo Real 2007 in Munich, suggests that significant worries over the state of Germany’s property market may have been premature, with significant action taking place in Germany’s... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 17 Aug 2007

    A Guide to Property Investment Germany

    German View
    Courtesy of Stuckincustoms

    Germany is legendary for its arts, culture and incredible landscapes.  From the splendour of Bavaria to the cosmopolitan flavour of Berlin, Germany appeals to holidaymakers, expatriates, business persons, retirees and most especially investors.



    Germany's strong and growing t




    ... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 15 Jul 2007

    A Date in Dusseldorf

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    Leaving the laid back nature of Holland behind us, we make forth for the structure and efficiency of Germany finding ourselves 2.5 hours later in Düsseldorf. A precursor stopover prior to taking the DBAutozug (German's Car Train network) to Salzburg which puts us closer to the starting point of the
    ... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 02 Jan 2007

    Germany takes on EU Presidency whilst Slovenia takes on the EURO.

    Together EU 50 YearsThe first day of the New Year is a double celebratory date as is marks the half-century of the EU since the Treaty of Rome. Fifty years ago, on 25 March 1957 France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg founded the European Economic Community, the main forebear of the EU. Mon... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 30 Jun 2006

    The micro compact home is a Munich housing masterpiece

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    As Munich continues to grow in popularity and property investor eyes are on Germany, there is an increasing shortage of modern affordable housing in Munich city.

    It is no wonder therefore that the German's are busy developing a solution. Enter the m-ch or micro compact home, the conclusion of a resea

    ... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 29 Jun 2006

    A Munich housing shortage keeps property demand high

    Munich City
    So we move to Munich, which according to Heinrich Heine some 150 years ago "Nestles between art and beer like a village between hills." With the advent, of the World Cup 2006 my guess is that more beer is the order of the day than art.

    Munich’s stunning €280m Allianz Arena (shared by Munich's rival t
    ... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 28 Jun 2006

    Berlin Property Investment Booms

    Olympiastadion BerlinAs this Friday sees the start of the World Cup 2006 Quarter finals, we thought we should feature the capital city of Berlin, whose at their new-look, 76,000-capacity Olympiastadion sees host country Germany take on favorites Argentina.

    Berlin is similar to London, in that it houses a collection of co... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 27 Jun 2006

    German Investment Property is good overseas bet

    Germany World Cup 2006
    You would have to either be Martian or lodged in the deepest darkest corner of Amazonia or Antartica to have missed the 2006 FIFA World Cup, which this year is once again being hosted by Germany after 32 years. Since both the public and media spotlight is firmly fixed on the Wunderbar Bundesrepublik
    ... [Read more]
    Category: German Property
  • 05 Jun 2006

    Birkbusch Haus is a landmark Berlin property development for Germany

    As the German Economy shows signs of revival and the advent of the World Cup 2006, increased direct flights are making Berlin the latest focus of attention for overseas property investors. Germany’s capital city offers investors access to a stable letting market and which currently offers historical... [Read more]
    Category: German Property

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