Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Sharp price rises continue for condominium apartments in #Berlin - JLL Report First Half 2017

The sharp rise in purchase prices for condominium apartments continued in the first six months of 2017. Compared to the same period last year, asking prices for condominium
apartments rose by around 12.5% to €3,730 per sqm.

Source: JLL Residential City Profile Berlin 1st Half 2017


The trend of higher price rises observed over the past six months is therefore ongoing, and prices are continuing to grow at a similar rate as in the period between 2011 and 2014. The average growth rate since the onset of the current upswing which started in 2009, is 10.9% per annum. Purchase prices have risen by an average of 6.5% per annum, or by a total of around €2,130 per sqm since records began in 2004. If prices continue to rise, which appears likely at present, it is possible that the average purchase price will break through the €4,000 per sqm barrier, bringing Berlin up to the price level of Stuttgart.

Download the full report with details on all Berlin districts:

Residential City Profile Berlin - 1st half-year 2017

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