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April, 2016

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Whichever way you look at it, the number of new apartments being built in Germany is staggering. Does this mean that the shortage of housing in Germany’s major cities will soon be a thing of the past, or that prices and rents are about to fall? The truth lies somewhere beyond the headline figures. Housing: Construction Boom The cityscapes of Germany’s biggest cities are not defined by the kinds of skyscrapers …

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When you think of a road map, it’s quite likely that the first thing that springs to mind will either be a street atlas or the plan developed by stakeholders in the Israel-Palestine peace process. The term “road map” now means more than just a plan of streets and highways. In a world of digital, online maps and satellite navigation equipment, the term road map has come to be …

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Forecasts of a property bubble began appearing in the mainstream German press in 2014. At first it was just well-known doom-mongers and pessimists. Then stories either predicting a bubble, or claiming that we were already in one, started to multiply. By the middle of last year, the number of headlines containing the words “property bubble” (Immobilienblase) had reached record levels. It looks like a bubble has developed – regarding the …

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