Construction of residential buildings abroad
In 2018, Tranio offered its customers new ready-made solutions for investment: its own projects for…

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Top 10 locations in Greece, where the profit from daily rent grew the most
Profit from short-term rentals in Greece over the past two years has grown stronger in…

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Rental business in Germany: what does an investor need to know before buying?
The German real estate market is one of the most stable in the world. Today…

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3 reasons why the German real estate market is not threatened by a price collapse

There is a general opinion: the German economy is one of the most stable in the world. Real estate prices in Germany have been growing steadily for eight years. However, experts increasingly say that the market is overheated and prices will soon begin to fall, citing the following arguments:

The time has come for a new crisis: global crises occur about once every 10 years, the beginning of the last recession was in 2008, and a new one can be expected in the near future. Continue reading

Cities vs. Airbnb: How the authorities are trying to streamline the daily rental market

In 2007, Brian Chesky and Joe Gobbia came up with an online service for daily rent of apartments Airbnb – since then, travelers around the world have used it about 400 million times. In January 2018, Brian Chesky said that one of the main tasks of the platform today is to achieve a balance of interests between three parties: companies, service users and people outside. Why? Caught on the crest of a wave, and 2 million people spend the night in apartments found through Airbnb, one of the most expensive startups in the world has become a hostage to their success. Continue reading

Construction in Germany: disassemble risks

How to make money on real estate in Europe? The most obvious option is to rent it: for example, to local residents, tourists or students. But analysts are talking about a new pan-European trend – a decrease in the rental business profitability (according to PwC’s estimates, it fell from 6% in 2009 to 4% in 2017).

In an effort to increase profitability, buyers are beginning to look closely at value-added projects – the construction and reconstruction of real estate abroad. The results of an analytical study of the international real estate broker Tranio show that every tenth Russian-speaking real estate investor is interested in construction projects abroad. Continue reading