Rents in European cities for studios, apartments and rooms are continuing to rise but the growth is beginning to slow, with levels down in the first quarter of 2019, the latest index shows.
Support is growing for a referendum on whether to ban large landlords from the German capital and turn their property into social housing stock
Prime property price growth in key cities around the world slowed in the second half of 2018 to just 0.4% but overall increased by 2.3% across 2018, the latest international index shows.
Residential rents and property prices increased significantly in Berlin in 2018 and are expected to continue rising, according to a new analysis report.
Despairing of rising prices, some Germans are taking matters into their own hands to secure long-term, cheap, and stable rents.
High demand in the biggest cities is lifting prices across Germany, with historic areas like Baden-Baden attracting a new generation of buyers.
Prices for prime waterfront properties around the world are on average 40% higher than comparable properties inland, new research has found.
A proliferation of property market regulations, the rising cost of finance, uncertainty surrounding Brexit, and in some markets, a high volume of new prime supply, is weighing on prime prices across the world.
Chicago may be freezing cold for parts of the year, but it has one big advantage over global cities such as New York, London and Hong Kong: it’s affordable.
Germany plans to strengthen rules to curb steep rent increases in some big cities, justice ministry documents seen by Reuters showed on Tuesday.
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