Berlin, the capital city of the fourth largest economic nation in the world, is heavily undervalued by European standards. The ongoing acquisitions of numerous national and international private and institutional Berlin investors, however, are gradually shaking this situation up.
Some micro-location neighbourhoods are experiencing double-digit percentage price increases every year. In view of a potential bubble forming in the market, however, Elbe and Spree also see these micro-locations as offering the greatest possible price stability in the event of anyfuturemarket troubles. The continually growing demand within the Berlin property market promises long-term value retention. Numerous studies also rate Berlin’s long-term prospects for a solid real estate market.