Berlin: Green roof law and increasingly expensive luxury properties – Immo News KW20

Real estate newspaper – up-to-date from Berlin this message reaches us today: The greening of roofs becomes the obligation for real estate owners. The greening of roofs on buildings brings many advantages with it, which is why the Berlin Senate has certainly decided in favour of the regulation today. From the relief of the sewerage system to the protection of resources to biodiversity – but also the image of the city plays a role. All real estate news can be found directly here: Immo News.

Green roof law: air and quality of life

Berlin’s urban development department counts the following advantages in the foreground:

  • Relief of the sewerage system
  • Resource protection
  • Improvement of the urban climate
  • Biodiversity
  • Increase of the quality of stay
  • Image factor
  • Compensation in the event of competition for land
  • Filtration of rainwater (for further use or infiltration)

Source: Urban Development Berlin

Hamburg: Greening of urban areas

Here you can see how concrete surfaces in Hamburg are also dipped in green.

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Manager Magazin about luxury real estate in Berlin and Frankfurt

Frankfurt and Berlin have been the focus of investors for some time. Capital investments in these cities are attractive. Berlin is the capital and a magnet for tens of thousands of new citizens every year. Frankfurt convinces with the Brexit and the positive urban development – of course also the development of real estate prices. There are also new headlines this week from Manager Magazin such as “Politics against middle class and needy: How the Grand Coalition promotes Germany’s decline” as well as “Worldwide top: Luxury real estate in Berlin and Frankfurt rises in price so quickly” . More headlines:

Focus Online on the Scholz plan for a new property tax

The Focus Online blog reports on “Environment minister wants stricter guidelines: One million households threatened with expensive conversion of chimneys and flues” and “Determine residential value zones: Reform of property tax: intelligent model overlooked by politicians” More news and current laws:

IM Immobilienmanager via Real Exchange AG

This week at IM Immobilienmanager, among others, articles on “Real Exchange AG: The Secondary Market Pioneers” and “Real Estate Banks: Are Margins Rising Again?”. For more news, click here: Real Estate Stocks.

Frankfurter Allgemeine on the fight against money laundering among clans

This week’s Frankfurter Allgemeine offers exciting articles, for example “The fight against money laundering: When the state collects clan real estate” and “Living etiquette: Beware of small patterns and washed-out colors! . More news from the past days:

Handelsblatt also looks at luxury real estate prices in Berlin

In contrast, Handelsblatt reports this week on “Vonovia’s AGM is dominated by rent debate” and “Brussels housing market is complicated” More Headlines of the Week:

Star over house building: Climate neutral and modern

Stern’s blog looks at “House building: carbon neutral and modern: This single-family home is made of scrap metal” and “Surf Shack: This dreamy cabin comes in a cardboard box and can be built by amateurs” More news of the week:

Haufe to the signature action of tenant federation against Scholz plan

New from Haufe this week includes “IVD survey: Why are vacant lots not built on?” and “Condominium owners have their own claim to resolution implementation” . More real estate news for tenants, buyers and sellers:

T-Online sees phenomenon: new contract rents fall for the first time in years

This week, T-Online has covered topics such as “Aren’t rents too high? – Rent index debate: Landlords’ association goes to court” and “Turnaround on the housing market? – New contract rents fall for the first time in years” . New topics of the week:

Süddeutsche Zeitung about life on 25 square meters

This week’s Süddeutsche Zeitung blog is about “Maximum two houses or apartments” and “There’s still room at the top” . Updates and news from the newspaper:

Federal Gazette sees negative consequences in the buyer principle

We have already reported on the ” Bestellerprinzip “. This week at Bundesanzeiger among others “Plans for Share Deals harm Germany as a business location” but also “Germany needs a master plan for rental and social housing construction on new building land” . New articles, headlines and trends:

  • Germany needs a master plan for rental and social housing construction on new building land
  • Share deal plans harm Germany as a business location
  • Ordering principle has negative consequences presents current housing construction figures

New articles and posts from this week include “Housing construction figures in Berlin continue to rise” and “Deutsche Wohnen comes under pressure in housing association” More headlines of the week:

Immobilien Zeitung says: Frankfurt is becoming too expensive for families

This week Immobilien Zeitung has interesting topics such as “Price increase for luxury housing in Berlin and Frankfurt spikes” and “Commercial real estate financing rises slightly” in the magazine. The posts and more tips can be found here:

Spiegel via Vonovia: Housing guarantee for tenants over 70

At Spiegel, this week’s topics are “Berlin rent index: breathing space in the housing madness” and “Real estate group: Vonovia gives housing guarantee for tenants over 70” . More news from this week: