Everyone can buy a property in Germany regardless of nationality with the exception of sanctioned countries.
Pascal Piepers, Founder, German Real Estate, [email protected]
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RE: Is this the right time to buy property in Germany?
It is always the right time to buy property regardless of the destination if the rental yields are higher than the mortgage rates charged by the banks. Because the tenant is paying off your mortgage which is a wealth effect in itself. Despite prices being relatively high to the past Germany still offers tremendous value because of the low interest rates and rental yields. On top of that German real estate is still cheap in comparison to other countries.
RE: How much does a property manager charge for an apartment Munich [Germany]?
There are 2 ways to look at it. One is just the management of the facility and the second is the management of the apartment itself. In Germany, you call it WEG Verwaltung & Mietverwaltung und Sondereigentumsverwaltung.
It can vary from 25 Euro to 45 Euro (without 19% VAT). For every landlord, it is important to go through the list of costs that cover basic costs and additional charges. Based on that evaluation every landlord will be able to make a good decision.
RE: What’s the leasing term like for residential units in Munich [Germany]?
It depends on the lease agreement. Tenants have usually a notice period of 3 months for indefinite lease agreements which is the most common in Germany.
If a landlord wants more predictability of his rental income it allows him or her to enter into a lease agreement with a tenant for a maximum of 4 years.
RE: Which area should I invest in Germany if I want to look for something easy to trade?
You should invest in the big 7 cities: Berlin, Munich, Duesseldorf, Stuttgart, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, and Cologne.
Those cities have all the same features in common:
- heavily undersupplied
- high population growth
- strong demographics
- high corporate governance
- international mindset