Germany house prices
Buying a German villa or house is a reliable and profitable investment as the country’s economy is one of the steadiest in Europe and the world. Real estate prices have gained 30% since 2007 but remain well within European averages.
High living standards, free education and well-established infrastructure make Germany popular for relocation. Seniors are especially attracted to the moderate climate and various health resorts.
Attractive mortgages make ownership affordable for even the average household and it is common to find German homes of 150 sq. m. in a small town for €200,000. Prices in the west are higher and villas and houses for sale in Germany are very popular in holiday destinations like Baden-Baden, Freiburg and near Lake Constance.
The most expensive houses for sale in Germany are found in the large cities of Munich, Frankfurt am Main, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf and Hamburg where one square metre sells for €3,000 to €6,000. German homes in Berlin is much cheaper to buy at €2,000/sq. m. on average.