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London and Paris are the most expensive cities in Europe. Munich is closely followed. Munich, 05.07.2013. These are the results of the Deloitte property 2012 for index overview of European residential markets “, which illuminated the housing market by 27 European cities. In a European comparison, too few apartments are built in Germany. This as you know is reflected in house prices. Bavaria’s capital city Munich is the most expensive in Germany. The report also shows that the household of Eastern European neighbouring countries such as Hungary and Poland, far below the average costs, whereas it is most expensive live in Denmark.

It is certain: the Germans are rental Kings, no other nation does not live in your own four walls so often. The European Central Bank is also a reason why the German asset accumulation lags behind the European level in a recent study. Also, they say: who builds the saves. Owners of real estate to do so more for wealth accumulation. This is the purchase of residential property in Germany is still comparatively cheap, if also mainly in the metropolises of strong prices. So it is possible to purchase home ownership in this country with relatively lower financial expenses income levels higher here than, for example, in Eastern European countries where real estate prices scored on a similar level range. Only in the cities, the conditions worsen: it attracts more and more people in the cities. Here, the markets experienced an unexpected price jump in the last two years.

If you buy a house or an apartment, usually uses a loan by a bank or a credit on a building society. It is therefore interesting to take a look at the debt-equity ratio in Europe. This describes the ratio of the total volume of debt to gross national product and is Europe-wide average 52 percent. 45 Percent in the midfield is Germany. The Netherlands and Denmark are outliers with over 100 percent. In comparison: in Russia is the debt-equity ratio just 2.6 percent. Who would indirectly benefit from the development of the German real estate market, in which he entrusted his money to specialists, offers a suitable partner with the Munich euro Grundinvest. Grundinvest euros at the source of value creation: the purchase of entwicklungsfahigem land to residential areas, the development of new residential areas and the sale of real estate at a profit to investors and owner-occupiers. A wide variety of investment offerings were developed to refinance, in which investors even with small monthly amounts can already participate. The Munich-based company experienced can thereby claim, so far to meet all prospect information, high investment security thus offers investors.