German newspaper Die Welt urges all those who intend to invest in real estate in Germany, look at the small towns of the country.
For a long time, investors have focused on major cities such as Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart. In recent years the property in them is much more expensive. For example, an apartment in Berlin rose in price by 6.2% from the end of 2009, according to a representative of Jones Lang LaSalle. A return on investment in most German metropolitan areas, according to Deutsche Bank, declined.
In this case, there are a number of cities with the potentially high returns on investments in housing due to population growth, experts believe Deutsche Bank.
It Aachen, Baden-Baden, Bremen, Ludwigshafen, Mannheim, Neu-Ulm, Rhineland, Unna, Hamm, where experts predict the demographic shock in the next 14 years.