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Last year marked another record year for the German real estate market, with €91.3bn of deals transacted, including residential assets, an increase of 16% y-on-y, according to JLL. Read more


Retail Centre

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Investment gap between retail parks and shopping centres widens. Read more


Commercial real estate

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Last year marked a record year for German real estate, with around €77.3bn invested in real estate, of which €60.1bn was invested in the commercial real estate market, an increase of 6% y-on-y, according to CBRE. Read more



Messe München GmbH

EXPO REAL got off to a cracking start again this year, with more than 44,500 visitors descending on the fair, in a sign that Europe’s real estate boom is still going full throttle. Read more


Shopping Centre

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If investment in German shopping centres isn’t the highest priority for domestic or international investors right now, with many steering deliberately well clear of the sector, it’s certainly a boom period for those whose job is the revitalization... Read more



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Germany’s residential market is becoming increasingly differentiated as interest in the sector heats up, Dr. Konstantin Kortmann, head of residential investment at JLL Germany, told REFIRE. Read more


Aareal Bank in Wiesbaden

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Real estate lending volumes are likely to fall further in Germany this year, according to Anke Herz, team leader, Debt Advisory JLL Germany. Read more


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London-based investment management firm Rasmala plc is on a drive to channel around $750m (€608m) into German offices and logistics over the next 24 months, its head of real estate, Naseer Aka, told REFIRE this month. Read more


Zeil Frankfurt


Frankfurt’s Zeil is the most popular shopping location in Germany, with a whopping 14,875 visitors an hour between Hauptwache and Konstablerwache, according to JLL. Read more


Warehouse and logistic space

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Transaction volume on the German logistics and industrial property market hit a record €4.72bn in 2016, a rise of €620m over 2015, according to JLL. Figures from BNP Paribas Real Estate came in slightly lower, at €4.44bn, while other brokers had... Read more


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Berlin, Stuttgart, Hamburg and Munich are the most attractive German cities for investment in new hotel projects, due to their growing numbers of overnight stays and the high occupancy rate of their beds, a new study "Hotel Market Ranking" from... Read more


Cologne - Köln - Shopping

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The latest report from market researchers GfK for German bricks-and mortar-retail turnover suggests that this year's total turnover growth will rise by a nominal 0.8% to €411.3 billion. However, the study points to some notable regional... Read more


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After seeing an improvement in sentiment at the turn of the year, German property financing sentiment has fallen back in the second quarter to levels seen last autumn, according to the latest reading of the DIFI Index, managed by property advisor... Read more