Germany takes pole position in the acquisition strategies of European real estate investors. Alongside the top seven locations, there is also strong interest in the country’s second-tier cities.
The run on European real estate continues in 2020, which is increasing the demands placed on investors. According to Martin Schellein, this makes reliable partnerships more important than ever. By Birgitt Wüst
Housing markets in major European cities are under pressure: one of the most urgent challenges is the implementation of the EU climate protection targets. Investments in energy-positive residential towers are seen as a promising solution. By Steve Hays
Co-living is becoming an established new segment in the European residential markets. The boom recalls the early days of co-working. What are the opportunities and risks? Providers and investors are exploring the markets. By Christine Mattauch
The European tourism industry is characterised by sustained growth rates. Real estate investors are asking themselves how they can best profit from new demand trends and Europe's outstanding position as a travel destination. By Paul Allen
Foreign investors are said to be responsible for the price boom on the German real estate market. Yet their involvement is down since 2017. What role does foreign real estate capital actually play? By Miriam Beul