Rooftop garden and free iPad: investing in student housing
Universities are not able to provide all students with housing, private investors help to fill this gap The globalization of higher education plays into the hands of investors. Student housing…

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Who buys real estate in Germany?
According to Colliers, in 2017 the volume of investments in commercial real estate in Germany amounted to 57.3 billion euros. It not only became a record for the last 10…

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Redemption of apartments in Phuket
Invest with a fixed exit date and a 56% income for 8 years. The construction company Phuket9 announces the option of the buy-out of apartments on the project VIP KATA…

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Save on lawyers later, and not at the beginning: Dew-diligence of commercial real estate in Germany

German real estate is one of the most reliable assets in Europe. Partly because of this, modern Germany is considered to be the seller’s market: good properties are bought up quickly, and in most cases, realtors prefer to work with local customers. Another thing is larger and more risky transactions: for example, for objects with a low yield, but located in a prestigious place, foreign investors are often ready to offer a higher price than the Germans. Such a property should be checked especially carefully by the buyer – the procedure for evaluating the object is called due diligence (from English. “Due diligence”). Continue reading

5 main trends of the international real estate market
What is the world real estate market? What changes await him in the future? Tranio International Real Estate Broker presents an overview of the main trends that investors can already…

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Real estate market in Jordan: foreigners inflate prices
At the end of February 2018, Jordan approved a program for obtaining citizenship for investing in the country's economy and an additional scenario - issuing a permanent residence permit in…

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Areas of Athens: where to look for real estate with potential
For Greece, the worst is over, says Deutsche Bank CEO John Krayan. “The light is finally visible at the end of the tunnel. The forecast for 2018 remains positive, but…

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Commercial real estate in European cities: investors' expectations and reality
From the beginning of 2019, it is time to take stock of the year 2018. At the same time, experts face the challenge of making predictions for the future. How…

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