Investment in Germany – this phrase for most people sounds extremely harmonious, because who, if not the Germans, is associated with a pedantic approach to everything, coupled with very real guarantees of the coming day.
In addition, Germany itself is a country of effective investments, among which real estate investments occupy a special place.
Germany was able to turn itself into a plus even a refugee problem that frightened several years ago: due to the influx of new people, the growth in trade, food, increased demand for housing, and in the service sector, the number of jobs increased by almost 500,000 people. In addition, the influx of foreign personnel smoothed out such a negative demographic factor as an aging population. Due to the fact that the country continues to successfully develop in any situation, the interest in investing its funds among many foreigners, among which Russians are a very active audience, does not decrease. Most often, these are entrepreneurs from Russia with a certain amount of available funds, but professional investors are also found, although there are still not so many of them. Continue reading
Veneto is one of the richest and most popular regions of Italy, where not only local residents, but also foreigners seek to acquire real estate – that’s why the housing market has survived even during the crisis.
After the onset of 2008, the cost of Italian housing fell sharply, mainly due to the global financial crisis. According to the European Central Bank, real estate prices fell by about 17.5% (including inflation by 25.1%) from the 3rd quarter of 2008 to the 4th quarter of 2017.
However, now there are promising signals of a gradual recovery of the Italian real estate market in the near future – for example, in 2018 Italian real estate fell by only 0.4%, the number of transactions continues to grow steadily. At the same time, housing prices in cities are already starting to rise, while in rural areas they are still falling. Continue reading
The Czech Republic today is one of the most interesting countries in terms of real estate investment: the tendency to purchase primary housing in Prague for leasing is now the most promising and reliable due to its stable and strong economy and high demand in the rental market.
About 10,000 new residents move to Prague annually, not counting students. Therefore, it is not surprising that in 2017 about 30,000 new apartments were built in the Czech Republic, of which about 6,000 objects were built in Prague. Real estate prices have almost doubled since 2013: if in 2013 the average price per square meter in Prague was about 55 thousand crowns (2130 euros), then in 2019 it rose to 100,000 crowns per square meter (3875 euros ) The growth was affected, first of all, by high demand that exceeded supply – in many respects, it arose due to the fact that the city authorities today severely limit the number of building permits. Continue reading