Capital Language Solutions | 2016 Februar
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Februar, 2016

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German Federal Government’s Climate Protection Plan 2050 and the real estate industry Climate protection plan should not be allowed to endanger economic viability Tighter construction standards defeat the aim of building affordable housing Newest catalogue of measures makes property a less secure long-term investment In Paris towards the end of 2015, Germany joined 194 other countries in committing itself to achieving greenhouse gas neutrality by 2015 and doing everything in its power …

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The focus of this blog is normally on Real Estate, which is admittedly a fairly broad focus ranging from different real estate asset classes to examining market trends, from legislative changes to social and economic developments. For this post though, we’re going to take a bit of an excursion and explore a more political topic: Brexit. As with any major political issue, the ramifications of the UK population potentially voting …

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Continuing our series of language-related blog posts, we have decided to focus on one of our favourite German verbs – vermitteln. Read on to find out why we love this verb and to see why it enriches the life of a German to English translator so much.   vermitteln – Origins This verb may have evolved over time to signify a fairly wide range of meanings, and have amassed a …

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We’re well into February and there has been a recent rush of facts and figures arriving as a flood of studies and reports are released to provide analyses of an almost infinite array of statistics on the German real estate markets in 2015. We’ve covered a number of these developments in this blog before, but thought it would be interesting to highlight some of the key facts and figures relating …

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Housing construction has become such a hot topic in Germany that it has broken out of the dedicated property sections of the country’s major daily newspapers and is now making front-page headlines and being discussed on the comfy sofas of mainstream current affairs programmes. Let’s take a look at some of the facts that everyone seems to agree on, and examine how many of the problems currently putting a brake …

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