Germany’s status as Europe's economic powerhouse has been reinforced by the coronavirus crisis and the country remains the gateway to Europe for many international investors. The country has dealt with the Covid-19 crisis well and the real estate market has proved to be remarkably resilient at a time of crisis. What are the challenges ahead and long-term implications of the pandemic? What are the prospects for the economy? Are investors worried about a change at the helm after the elections as Angela Merkel leaves the political scene? Will Europe's haven of stability continue to attract significant investments in 2022? How sustainable is this flow of capital? The year has been dominated by the Vonovia-Deutsche Wohnen merger. Will domestic investors continue to play a crucial role? What are international investors looking for? Will some sectors come more into focus?
Offices have continue to be the preferred target, but significant amounts of capital are also being invested in Logistics and alternative sectors like micro living and student housing. Residential is as strong as ever. Will there be an increased focus on healthcare-related real estate? How much of a concern is the economic slowdown? Are high prices and lack of product deterring foreign investors?
Which of Germany's top 7 cities offers the best prospects? Will Berlin continue being foreign investors' favourite destination despite tightening regulation over rents? Will competition in the market remain intense? Is too much capital going to be chasing scarce product? Where is pricing at the moment? Are investors looking beyond the top cities to secondary and tertiary markets too?
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