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Prof. Dr. Tobias Just - IREBS

IREBS ImmobilienakademieInternational Real Estate Business School Immobilienakademie GmbH

The seventh edition of the study “German Debt Project” carried out by Professor Tobias Just and his team at the IREBS International Real Estate Business School has just been published – this year a little bit later than usual. Read more

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Prof. Dr. Tobias Just - IREBS

IREBS ImmobilienakademieInternational Real Estate Business School Immobilienakademie GmbH

It's that time of year again when the "German Debt Project" appears – a major study of commercial real estate financing market in Germany. For the fourth time, the study has been written and published by Professor Tobias Just and Markus Hesse of... Read more

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Prof. Dr. Tobias Just - IREBS

IREBS ImmobilienakademieInternational Real Estate Business School Immobilienakademie GmbH

Residential developments, logistics and hotels are driving commercial real estate lending in Germany, according to a report presented by academics from Regensburg University’s International Real Estate Business School (IREBS) at an event held in... Read more

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Prof. Dr. Tobias Just - IREBS

IREBS ImmobilienakademieInternational Real Estate Business School Immobilienakademie GmbH

It makes sense for most insurance companies to take on a greater degree of exposure to real estate despite the introduction of the Solvency II regulations concerning equity capital, concludes a recent study jointly carried out by IREBS and private... Read more

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German real estate

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Residential prices in Germany are expected to continue their upward trend through 2014, with prices for newly-built apartments expected to rise by up to 5%, according to a new study from the University of Regensburg and commissioned by Deutsche... Read more

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German debt project

IREBS Immobilienakademie International Real Estate Business School Immobilienakademie GmbH

A year ago it seemed as if all the tales of emerging new sources of financing for real estate to replace the retreating banks were more wishful thinking than rooted in hard reality – but it’s clear that something more substantial has been underway... Read more

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