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Phoenix German property fund launches new share offer

Investment Europe 26.09.2012
Phoenix German property fund launches new share offer

The CISX listed German residential property fund Phoenix Spree Deutschland has launched a new share offer, looking to raise between £6m and £10m.

The Next Safe Haven in Europe: German Real Estate

Despite yielding extremely low or even negative returns, German Bunds have not lost their safe haven appeal, underscoring the huge appetite among investors for low risk assets as the euro zone debt crisis drags on. But a new asset class is on the rise – and many believe it has a lot more to offer.

Traditional red rooves blend with spanking new architecture in the up-and-coming Germany city of Jena Photo: WestEnd61/Rex Features

Taking their cue from a heavily regenerated Berlin, other "Iron Curtain" cities in Germany are now being targeted by property investors.

Traditional red rooves blend with spanking new architecture in the up-and-coming Germany city of Jena Photo: WestEnd61/Rex Features

Taking their cue from a heavily regenerated Berlin, other "Iron Curtain" cities in Germany are now being targeted by property investors.

Exceptional luxury property in Germany sees significant price growth

The most expensive residential locations in Germany have risen significantly in value once again between 2010 and 2011, according to the latest survey of he country’s luxury property market from Engel & Völkers.

German real estate funds hit by redemption demands

The Wall Street Journal 07.06.2012

Germany draws BNP Paribas real estate fund

Madison Marriage Investment Europe 29.02.2012
German real estate funds hit by redemption demands

German real-estate funds facing redemption demands from investors are planning to liquidate about €20bn ($25bn) in assets, a move that could put pressure on property values in markets throughout Europe.

Germany draws BNP Paribas real estate fund

The Next Estate Income Fund, supported by BNP Paribas Real Estate, has made a €45m investment in Germany with the purchase of a 16,000 sqm office building in Hamburg.

Investors Prefer German Commercial Property to British Real Estate

The latest report published by CB Richard Ellis suggests that property investors prefer real estate in Germany to commercial property in UK.

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts opens its first property in Dusseldorf

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf, its first property in Dusseldorf, Germany.






 
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