Where do people that invest into properties in Germany come from? What are their budgets? What cities do they find most attractive? Tranio has the answers.
The future of real estate to be highlighted at groundbreaking 30-year edition of MIPIM. MIPIM 2019’s central theme, “Engaging the Future,” will focus on envisioning the next 30 years of the real estate industry with an emphasis on sustainability.
Lisbon is rapidly becoming popular among investors from all around the globe, and, for a good reason. Experts at Tranio have selected the top-5 reasons for this.
The 8ᵗʰ Edition of the European Investment Summit brings together 200+ investors and managers from over 25+ countries.
We are pleased to invite you to the 5th international Russian Wealth Advisors Forum, which will take place in Zurich on the 30th – 31st January 2019.
The volume of German property transactions reached €53bn in 2017, which was twice that of 2012. JLL experts expect the transaction volume to reach €60bn in 2018. So why are investors increasing their spending in the German property market?
In 2018, Tranio offered clients new turnkey investment solutions, namely its own overseas property development and redevelopment projects. Plans for 2019 include the creation of a cross-border online property investment platform for investors with budgets starting from €500.
The investment volume in international property has grown 80% over the past five years. However, only five countries, that account for more than half of all transactions, deliver growth.
Tranio experts examine the world's top five tech hubs, according to Expert Market, to find out how the density per square metre of IT professionals affects property prices.
Eastern Europe is a key region for the Chinese ‘One Belt One Road’ project. But which countries is China especially interested in and what type of property should real estate investors buy?
Henley & Partners has published its new passport index, ranking the world’s countries by the freedom of movement they are permitted. Tranio has analysed the top 50 countries to find out which of them grant investment-based nationality.
On 20 November 2018, the OECD published a list of the countries whose citizenship or residence-by-investment programmes it regards as high-risk. The OECD recommends that banks more thoroughly check the documentary evidence of the investors’ physical presence in certain countries.
International real estate platform Tranio has launched its Chinese language website: https://tranio.cn/.
According to UN estimates, the worldwide number of seniors over 60 years old is 13%, and that number will grow to 25% by 2050. In 2013, every fifth investor deemed the prospects of retirement property investments as ‘very good’, while in 2017 every third investor did so.
We describe the eco-friendly construction trends that not only benefit nature and the real estate owner's public image but also save on property maintenance in the long run.