Berlin’s real estate market is determined by exceptional factors which are driven by the historic, political and economical evolution prior and following the 1989’s events.
In respect of any other European location, today Berlin represents an anomaly. The purchase price are still low, while rents represent a save and stable return on investment higher than the average other capitals.

Following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and the subsequent reunification of Germany, after a difficult period, since the 2000s the city has experienced major cultural growth and development that has propelled it to becoming one of the most dynamic capitals of Europe, a real technological hub for culture, between 400 and 600 galleries, over 170 museums, more than 150 theaters, events, the new economy and business development, as well an important pole for medical technology, mobility, tourism, high-tech and real estate sectors are leading this economic boom.

Home to key decision makers and innovative new industries, the city regained magnetism and it’s now reflected in Berlin’s property market. More and more executives, private investors and families from across Germany and beyond are opting to own a property in the capital and are ready to invest accordingly.