For years, the new contract value to increase rents in the cities is growing rapidly. The increasing attention to the official Rent index, which represent rent, the level of Inventory. A recent evaluation, according to the local comparative rent rose in Germany to 2018 by 2.2 percent – slightly more than in the previous year (2.1 percent). This is the research company F+B, the analysis of the Rent index for 350 cities and municipalities reported.

Who holds the increase for the low, one should bear in mind that in the average value of all the Altmieten are taken into account, have not increased in the past year.

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the more Expensive the Housing will not only in the cities (Bremen is the only one without official Rent index), but increasingly also in the surrounding areas of the prosperous cities, the so-called bacon belt. In many municipalities in the area surrounding Munich and Stuttgart, Rents are now on the same level as in the cities themselves.

With Karl box, a suburb of Munich surpassed even the Bavarian capital, and is now at number one on the list with the most expensive compared to rent. Also in the Munich neighboring municipalities in Dachau and fürstenfeldbruck, and the Stuttgart suburbs Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Ditzingen, you have to pay for Rent, which are even higher than in Hamburg, Cologne or Frankfurt (see table). “Here are the consequences of the higher demand in the communities surrounding the large cities, as the centres are no longer able to support the demand for housing and the demand spills over, therefore, in the surrounding area,” says F+B-Chef Bernd Leutner.

cities with the highest local comparative rent

rank

the place

net cold rent/sqm*

1

Karl

10,62 Euro

2

Munich,

10,45 Euro

3

Stuttgart

9,97 Euro

4

Leinfelden-Echterdingen

9,97 Euro

5

Dachau

9,60 €

6

Tübingen

9,51 Euro

7

Germering

9.50 Euro

8

Ditzingen

8,88 Euro

9

Ludwigsburg

8,86 Euro

10

Darmstadt, Germany

8,79 Euro

11

Fellbach

8,65 Euro

12

Köln

8,63 Euro

13

Hamburg

8,62 Euro

14

Leonberg

8,59 Euro

15

Wiesbaden

8,58 Euro

16

Esslingen am Neckar

8,57 Euro

17

Konstanz

8.53 Euro

18

Frankfurt am Main

8,43 Euro

19

Düsseldorf

8,41 Euro

20

Norderstedt

8,28 Euro

total

Germany

6,92 Euro

*average values for a 65sqm apartment in the middle position, with medium-sized equipment

source: F+B-rent index index 2018

nation-wide evaluation, So a lot of brokers cash in really real-estate buyers Of Daniel Bakir, Berlin is still comparatively cheap

Also in cities in Eastern Germany, the rising level of rents will according to F+B increasingly visible, albeit at a lower level. In Jena, Erfurt and Rostock, the average rent between 6,44 Euro 6,93€. In Dresden there are only 6.23 euros for square meter.

In comparison with other cities conveniently, the Housing is, according to F+B still in Berlin, though the new-letting rents have in recent years above average are attracted. In the Western part of the city is the capital share in the portfolio rents are on average at € 7.08, in the Eastern part of the city at 6.40 euros per square meter. With all the average as a reference value of rents is: the newer the apartment, the more likely it is above the average.

see also:

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evaluation for 100 cities: How much apartment you get for 250,000 euros

a Surprising Ranking: Here are the real estate prices in 2018 and increased the most

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