Understanding German Real Estate Markets

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Tobias Just, Wolfgang Maennig
Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 5, 2012 - Business & Economics - 406 pages

Real estate is the biggest real asset class in an economy, and Germany is the biggest economy in Europe. This implies opportunities as well as specific risks for investors and policy makers. As the German real estate markets have by and large been spared severe disruptions in the course of the economic crisis, many questions arise for investors and academics alike. What are the key institutional characteristics of the German real estate markets that make it different? What are the short and long-term drivers of demand and supply? Which regional and functional market segments are most likely to outperform in the next few years? What are the most important pitfalls for investors in Germany? This book gives answers to these and many more questions. The editors have invited a broad range of extensively knowledgeable practitioners and academics from across the relevant real estate spectrum, i.e. economic, legal, tax, planning and financing issues, to express their views. There is no better English publication that gives such a profound and simultaneously entertaining overview of Germany’s real estate markets.

 

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Contents

Part II Judicial Framework
73
Part III Tax and Subsidy Framework
147
Part IV Financing
193
Part V Asset Classes
233
Part VI Public Real Estate
373
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