Real-Estate Costs

RENT FOR OFFICES IN LARGE GERMAN CITIES

With a peak rental price of 37.33 euros per square meter, Frankfurt on the Main continued to rank first in 2015 when it comes to rental prices for office space. Munich and Düsseldorf are in second and third place, as in the previous year, with 34.30 euros and 26.00 euros respectively per square meter. Except for Düsseldorf and Cologne, where the peak rent declined slightly when compared to the previous year, the remaining top office locations were able to record slight increases in the peak rental prices for office space.

The office locations Leipzig and Dresden also recorded increases in the rent for offices. With 12.50 euros and 12.00 euros respectively per square meter, the rental prices for office space with a high utility value are still significantly lower in these cities in Saxony.

Chart: Peak Rental Prices for Offices in Large German Cities 2015

Source: „IVD‐Gewerbe-Preisspiegel 2015/2016“, IVD German Real Estate Association and „Real Estate Markets Berlin and Eastern Germany 2015“, TLG IMMOBILIEN AG

FINDING COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ONLINE

The Saxony-wide online commercial real estate database currently contains more than 500 commercial lots and almost 220 commercial premises available in Saxony. The information is maintained decentrally by the responsible regional economic development agencies, district offices, the TLG Immobilien GmbH corporation, and the Public Enterprise Saxon Property and Construction Management (SIB). For each commercial lot or property, a specific profile is available which also contains the appropriate contact person.

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Chart: Rents for Apartments in Large German Cities 2015

Source: IVD‐Wohnpreisspiegel 2015/2016, IVD Real Estate Association

RENT FOR APARTMENTS IN LARGE GERMAN CITIES

On a nationwide average in Germany, the rental prices for private apartments in 2015 increased by slightly less than three percent when compared to the previous year. In large German cities, the average rent in the period under review amounted to a net base rent of 7.80 euros per square meter.

Rental prices in Saxony’s large cities of Dresden and Leipzig are below the German average. In Dresden, the net base rent per square meter is 6.50 euros; and in Leipzig, it is 5.55 euros. Rental prices in both cities are also increasing at a below average rate.

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