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Dezember, 2015

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It’s not actually that easy to select our favourite translation projects 2015. One of the best things about life as translators is that, alongside our specialisation in texts on financial, real estate and general business topics, we also have the pleasure of working on texts from a range of genres and with a varied range of subject matter. At this time of year, as 2015 draws to an end, we thought …

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 The supply of housing (or, more appropriately, lack of supply) has been making headlines in both Germany and the UK this autumn. Property prices and rents seem to be increasing everywhere you look, and demand has been outstripping supply for some time. Well, now there is some good news, at least as far as Germany’s capital is concerned.   Housing: the good news There is a clear increase in housing …

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EnEV, Germany’s Energy Saving Ordinance, is something that everyone in Germany’s real estate industry is familiar with. After all, around 25% of the country’s carbon emissions come from residential and office buildings. For non-German speakers it’s not always easy to understand the Energy Saving Ordinance, which is why we’ve put together an outline of how these important regulations have evolved over the years and an insight into what changes are on their …

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Project development – tax breaks planned Project development is crucial if Germany is to get to grips with its housing crisis. There  was a very interesting article in Spiegel Online on 26.11.2015 outlining plans being floated by Germany’s coalition government, namely via the CDU’s “iron-fisted” finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble, to help relieve the pressures on housing in many of the country’s major cities. Read on to find out what the coalition …

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