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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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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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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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