With its healthy financial market and diversity of assets, Germany is an attractive market for real estate. Several major cities are boosting German property value. Our property experts understand local market and rental values and can value your property depending on your asset needs. For every type of asset, BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation has local valuers covering asset valuation for the whole of Germany. Discover what the country has to offer.
The historic stability of the German real estate market has long kept the attention of investors, occupiers and banks. The BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation team is able to address the valuation needs of clients for all asset classes in Germany, from Dusseldorf to Munich.
The capital city of Berlin is increasingly attracting the best of German start-ups thanks to a wide spectrum of attractive office locations (most have been renovated and restored in recent years). With trendy and creative districts such as Hackescher Markt and Mediaspree precinct, Berlin has something for every taste.
As a major port city, Hamburg has a flourishing media industry as well as a successful industrial and logistics sector. In addition to its waterfront skyline and harbour basin, the renewal of HafenCity (one of the largest development projects in Europe) has added to the city’s global identity. Friendsfactory, a new innovation campus for start-ups, boasts 2,500 sq m of new office space for the city’s entrepreneurs.
Dusseldorf is the fashion capital of Germany, offering significant opportunities in retail. Its central business district along Berliner Allee is a sophisticated mix of old and new. The city’s Stadtmitte neighborhood is one of the busiest neighborhoods in the city. Königsallee is one of its primary retail districts and is home to several high street brands and businesses.
Stuttgart is Germany’s major industrial centre. The city centre is home to automobile and technology companies’ European headquarters. Projects such as Stuttgart 21 aim to increase the city’s connectivity to major European capitals by linking Stuttgart international airport to the city centre via railway.
Cologne is home to Germany’s major insurance companies and is known for its lively business districts: City Centre and Deutz. The city has undergone a significant transformation thanks to recent property development projects, including Rheinpark-Metropole, maxCologne and Koln Triangle.
Munich has strong roots in technology and electronics. It is a favourite of SMEs and private investors as well as young graduates thanks to its attractive office market zone in the city centre. New development complexes have also arisen in Central Munich, including Parkstadt Schwabing and Central Station-Laim-Pasing
Much like Berlin, Frankfurt, with its iconic skyline and concentrated assemblage of office towers, has sparked foreign investor interest. Frankfurt’s banking district is a prime location for international financial service providers, making it the financial centre of the country, and by extension, continental Europe.
*Source: World Bank
**Source: BNP Paribas Real Estate Guide to Investing in Germany 2017
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