As of the beginning of 2023, the activity of Russian-speaking property buyers in various foreign countries has more than doubled compared to activity levels at the beginning of 2022.
Mitte (which is the German word for “centre”) is the most prestigious district of Berlin. It is home to the most symbolic places in the city, such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, the Berlin Cathedral, Alexanderplatz and the Berlin TV Tower.
The city of Potsdam in Germany is the former residence of the Prussian kings and the capital of the federal state of Brandenburg.
Friedrichshain, a former working-class district in the east of Berlin, is now a fashionable and popular place among wealthy Germans. It is known for its numerous bars, clubs, pubs and cafes concentrated around Simon-Dach-Straße and Boxhagener Platz.
Charlottenburg is an elite district of Berlin with a 300-year history. The residence of the Prussian kings was located here. And now it is one of the most expensive places in the country.
Wilmersdorf is a first-class, well-kept residential area in the west of Berlin. This is one of the greenest districts of the city: the Grunewald forest covers almost half of its area. Wilmersdorf is part of the prestigious Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district.
Köpenick is a green district in the southeast of Berlin, located at the confluence of the Spree and Dahme rivers. Or, as a romantic Berliners’ saying goes, where the Dahme kisses the Spree (Dahme küsst Spree).
Schöneberg is a district of Berlin adjacent to the city centre. The middle class lives here. Formerly an independent city, Schöneberg became a district of Greater Berlin in 1920. The administrative reform carried out in 2001 merged the districts of Tempelhof and Schöneberg into a single district of Tempelhof-Schöneberg.
Higher education in Germany is considered to be one of the best in the world by quality and accessibility. German universities are very popular with international students. Education at public universities in Germany is free of charge for both locals and foreigners, with the exception of universities in the Baden-Württemberg region.
In August 2021, Tranio helped its client to invest €1 million in the construction of a German retirement home with an annual yield of 12%. Retirement homes in Europe are one of the most sought-after assets among investors today.
An EU Blue Card is a special type of a residence permit in the countries of the European Union that provides the right to work in the EU to foreign highly-qualified professionals. Non-EU and Schengen area citizens may apply for a Blue Card.
For travellers who want the convenience of hotel amenities and the comforts of a home away from home, serviced apartments offer the best of both worlds. Conveniently, the same can be said for investors seeking simplicity and security on the German real estate market.
Within the course of three years, one Tranio client experienced an inspiring uptick in the yields of his Berlin real estate investment. Between 2018 and 2020, the market value increased by 28%, and the property began to turn a profit immediately after its commissioning.
In 2020, a German developer informed Tranio they were interested in raising funds for the construction of a new senior-living facility. After comprehensive analysis and due diligence, we successfully guided several investors through the investment process, ultimately churning out attractive yields despite minimal risk.
In 2021, Tranio helped its client to invest €1.7 million at an annual yield of 10% in a residential building in Berlin in the excavation phase with 75% of the apartments already being sold. The remaining risks were calculated and minimized by structuring the loan and additional guarantees from the developer.