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One-bedroom new apartment with a yield 3,7%, Mitte, Berlin, Germany for 429,000 €
429,000 €
Total area 54 m²1 bedroom1 bathroomYield 3.7 %
Mitte, Berlin, Germany
6 floor of 6
429,000 € 7,944 € per m²
Studio-apartment in a new complex with a yield 4,47%, Mitte, Berlin for 213,000 €
213,000 €
Total area 26 m²1 bathroomYield 4.47 %
Mitte, Berlin, Germany
4 floor of 6
213,000 € 8,192 € per m²
One-bedroom apartment for rent in the center of Athens with a yield of 7.4%, Gyzi, Athens, Greece

High rental yield

70,000 €
Total area: 40 m² Annual income: 5,200 € 1 bedroom
Mitte, Berlin, Germany
5 floor of 7
289,000 € 8,027 € per m²
495,000 €
Total area 140 m²Land area: 305 m²4 bedrooms1 bathroom
Treptow-Köpenick, Berlin, Germany
495,000 € 3,535 € per m²
Studio-apartment in a new complex with a yield 3,83%, Mitte, Berlin, Germany for 337,000 €
337,000 €
Total area 43 m²1 bathroomYield 3.83 %
Mitte, Berlin, Germany
5 floor of 6
337,000 € 7,837 € per m²

With balcony/terrace

Pankow, Berlin, Germany
1 floor
1,278,000 € 8,875 € per m²

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With balcony/terrace

Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
1 floor
565,000 € 8,308 € per m²
565,000 €
Total area 68 m²1 bedroom1 bathroom
Berlin, Germany
2 floor of 5
565,000 € 8,308 € per m²

With balcony/terrace

682,000 €
Total area 113 m²2 bedrooms1 bathroom
Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Berlin, Germany
682,000 € 6,035 € per m²

With balcony/terrace

912,000 €
Total area 160 m²4 bedrooms2 bathrooms
Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Berlin, Germany
1 floor
912,000 € 5,700 € per m²
Studio-apartment in a new complex with a yield 4,55%, Mitte, Berlin, Germany for 257,000 €
257,000 €
Total area 37 m²1 bathroomYield 4.55 %
Mitte, Berlin, Germany
4 floor of 6
257,000 € 6,945 € per m²

With balcony/terrace

Tempelhof-Schöneberg, Berlin, Germany
4 floor
545,000 € 10,900 € per m²
Mitte, Berlin, Germany
5 floor of 7
454,000 € 7,964 € per m²
658,000 €
Total area 79 m²2 bedrooms1 bathroom
Berlin, Germany
5 floor of 7
658,000 € 8,329 € per m²
1,020,000 €
Total area 101 m²2 bedrooms2 bathrooms
Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin, Germany
2 floor
1,020,000 € 10,099 € per m²

With balcony/terrace

455,000 €
Total area 50 m²1 bedroom1 bathroom
Tempelhof-Schöneberg, Berlin, Germany
1 floor
455,000 € 9,100 € per m²
999,000 €
Total area 106 m²2 bedrooms1 bathroom
Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin, Germany
999,000 € 9,424 € per m²
810,000 €
Total area 94 m²3 bedrooms2 bathrooms
Berlin, Germany
5 floor of 5
810,000 € 8,617 € per m²

With balcony/terrace

Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin, Germany
2 floor
830,000 € 7,477 € per m²
Berlin, Germany
5 floor of 5
712,000 € 5,435 € per m²
375,000 €
Total area 64 m²1 bathroomYield 4.0 %
Lichtenberg, Berlin, Germany
11 floor of 11
375,000 € 5,859 € per m²
Lichtenberg, Berlin, Germany
10 floor of 11
252,000 €

Parking lot

1,200,000 €
Total area 162 m²3 bedrooms2 bathrooms
Berlin, Germany
3 floor
1,200,000 € 7,407 € per m²

With balcony/terrace

Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
6 floor
648,000 € 7,623 € per m²
Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
5 floor
577,000 € 8,013 € per m²
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      FAQ about Berlin

      Can a foreigner buy an apartment in Berlin?
      Generally, buying an apartment in Berlin is possible for foreigners and there are no restrictions. You can buy real estate in Germany even if you do not have a German residence permit, but buying process does not automatically entitle you to such a permit.
      How much deposit do I need to buy a flat in Berlin?
      You will need to make a significant deposit before you buy property in Berlin. A minimum deposit of 20% is standard, and in some cases, emigrants are requested to deposit in the amount of 30–40%, since they are considered as a higher risk.
      Is buying apartment in Berlin a good investment?
      Yes, since Germany attracts a large number of foreign and domestic investors who are looking for high-quality and highly profitable real estate. Apartments generate income of 3–4% per annum, and in the north of the country — up to 5–6%. For some time, interest rates will remain low, which is good for those who want to buy and keep property in key locations.
      Are there property taxes in Germany?
      Yes. The tax base is the assessed value of the property. The basic property tax rate in Germany is 0.35%, multiplied by a municipal factor. The effective tax rate is usually between 1.5% and 2.3%.
      How can I get German citizenship?
      A person can become a German citizen in one of three ways: by birth, by adoption as a minor, or by naturalization. A person may be born a German citizen through descent from his parents, or through place of birth.
      Can I get a German passport if I was born there?
      If you do not have German parents, but are born within the borders of Germany, you qualify for citizenship by birth or by right of soil.
      How can I get residency in Germany?
      To apply to become a permanent resident in Germany, you must fulfill the following conditions: five uninterrupted years of residence in Germany with a residence permit, five years of secure livelihood, including health insurance and social insurance (pension) contributions.
      How long do you have to live in Germany to become a citizen?
      You must have lived in Germany on a residence permit for at least 8 years or you must have lived in Germany on a residence permit for 7 years and attended an integration course (or 6 years on special integration circumstances).
      How can I get permanent residence in Germany?
      Most foreign residents can apply for a permanent residence permit in Germany — a ”settlement permit“ — after five years. Some people may get it sooner. For example, if you are a non-EU national married to a German citizen, you could file your application for a settlement permit after three years.
      How many countries can German passport enter without visa?
      German citizens can travel to 188 world countries without a visa, or with a visa-on-arrival, as of today. The country has risen to the second place, up from the third place it held with France in the last Henley Index update.
      How much does German citizenship cost?
      You need to pay the naturalization fees. Application form — 255 euros for adults and 51 Euros for children under 16 years old. Test for naturalization/citizenship — 25 euros.

      Flats in Berlin, the capital of Germany, are high-yield investments that have steady in demand among tenants as only one in every six city resident owns property. Berlin apartment prices are about €2,500/sq m, which is lower than those in Munich or Frankfurt. Germany’s capital is ranked 27th among the most expensive cities of the world.


      Apartments in Berlin's central borough of Mitte cost from €4,500,000. Prenzlauer Berg is the second most popular borough and construction projects are growing here. Pre-owned apartments sell for €2,500 per square metre or more and new developments cost from €3,500/sq m.


      Three-bedroom flats in Berlin can cost €200,000–250,000 in Steglitz and sell for €1,500/sq m or more in Spandau. The Köpenick district takes up 15% of city's area, yet only 3% people reside here. For €70,000-80,000 you can buy a studio here. The most expensive districts are Grünewald and Schmargendorf where prices of flats start at €300,000.

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