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Almost six months will have passed between Germany’s parliamentary elections on 24.09.2017 and the results of the SPD’s members’ poll on 04.03.2018 – six long months that have included the collapse of talks to form a Jamaica coalition (between the CDU/CSU, the liberal FDP and the Greens) and a complete U-turn from the SPD, which quickly abandoned its opposition to another Grand Coalition (GroKo). Now, with the potential GroKo partners …

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The Mietpreisbremse – literally the rental price brake – was introduced in Berlin in June 2015. Politicians hoped that the legislation would slow the rate at which rents were rising by limiting property owners’ freedoms to raise rents. In actual fact, rents are now generally increasing faster than ever.   According to a recent study from the Cologne Institute for Economic Research (IW), rents for apartments in Germany’s major cities are now rising …

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Legal changes are on their way, both due to new laws being enacted and reforms to existing laws. It is important that anyone affected has sufficient time to come to terms with the new legal landscape and can make any necessary changes to their business practices. Read on to find out about some of the key legal changes that are set to have an impact on the German real estate industry this year including changes for: estate …

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