The WORLD from 16.04.2019 | By Stephan Maaß - Business Editor
The boom in the German real estate market will continue in the next few years, according to a study. More than half of the 401 districts and cities are facing rising prices. A region even threatens to crack the 11,000-euro mark.
In the real estate market, minority shots are increasingly mixed into positive forecasts. Rising real estate... read more
In the conurbations and the bacon belts, the supply of housing is scarce and expensive - no secret. And probably it will not get better in the next few years. Consequently, various trends developed. In the beginning it was the student apartments. This was followed by micro apartments, later serviced apartments.
All the seats of the Innovation Forum at the Expo Real were occupied, there was no room at the back of the wood... read more
Investment in real estate
Peter Kerler on the Micro-Living condominiums at the Kauferinger station
How often do I hear this phrase from friends and acquaintances. "If someone had taught me 'money'!" The retirement age is approaching inexorably and the low pension, the taxation of the same and inflation cause so many a headache.
And money is not a new invention. On the contrary. In our society, however, the focus i... read more
Here the real estate prices continue to rise. In some places, demand for housing is still greater than supply. Here real estate for years become more expensive. Where square meter prices could continue to rise in the coming years, a new Postbank study reveals.
In more than half of German districts and cities, real estate owners can assume that their house or apartment will gain in value until at leas... read more
In the summer of 2019, the first tenants are to move in the plant not far from the Kauferinger station. That's how much the apartments cost. By Sarah Arzberger
The shell is still near the Kauferinger station. On the scaffolding and in the rooms workers are bustling. There is a lot of activity during the day. In a few months, there will be micro homes available for collection. The future owner Peter Kerler and his busi... read more
The money goes to work - does the strategy of the big investors also work for everyone?
Interview with Peter Kerler ... by Ines Bscheid (AmmerseeKurier Spezial)
The journey to Landsberg opens my heart again and again, it is the Bavarian Old Town jewel on the Lech, here I linger very much and come very quickly in a pleasant relaxation. Today I meet Peter Kerler, a true Landsberger who builds an exciting pr... read more
A table, two chairs, a bed, a cupboard ... and is the furniture of a micro-apartment ready? If only this would be so easy! It quickly became clear to us that once you start thinking about how to make the furniture perfect and sophisticated, you can begin to have profound creative processes that you want to take to stylish and tasteful heights.
However, our goal goes much further than "only" to th... read more
Decisions based on facts - market trends and price developments
The question of where should I invest depends, among other things, on the expectations in the investment. In addition, the decision should always be based on forecasts based on sound market observations. Knowledge is the lead.
In principle, statements are made by the experts of the various interest groups and also by self-appointed experts. As... read more
CORESTATE plans to invest a total of EUR 2.4bn in its micro-living segment until the end of 2019. CORESTATE already acquired 26 plots for development and properties with more than 7,600 apartments for students, commuters, project employees, entrepreneurs and young professionals. The current investment volume amounts to EUR 1.8bn.
CORESTATE Capital Holding S.A. (CORESTATE), a fully integrated investment manager and co-investor based in Luxembourg, plans to invest a total of EUR 2.4bn in its micro-living segment unt... read more
"The average warm rent for an unfurnished shared apartment has risen from € 287 to € 372 per month from 2012 to 2018, an increase of just under 30 per cent. As front runner, cities like Munich, Berlin, Stuttgart and Passau prevail.  This, in turn, puts a heavy financial burden on students who already have low incomes anyway. Often, seekers are forced to move to a suburb and take a longer driveway or, of necessity, opt for another place of study with lower rents. The development of recent years shows that the dem... read more
The market for temporary housing is currently experiencing rapid development in Germany. In 2017, the transaction volume was over € 1.9 billion - over 12% of total residential transaction volume. Savills's analysis examines recent developments in this niche market and outlines supply and demand. Savills focuses on residential concepts in this analysis.
The results in brief:
• In 2017, 12% of the total residential transaction volume was spent on temporary housing
• High demand means that more and more providers ar... read more
Micro apartments are booked most frequently, attract attractive prices and are also the most profitable for the operators due to the high real estate prices in the metropolises. This is a clear trend in the fast-growing segment of serviced apartments. Accordingly, the micro apartment offers are also increasing. According to Apartmentservice's Market Report 2018, Mikroapartments currently make up eight percent of the total German market in terms of units - twice as much as in 2017. "An end to the micro-flagpole is c... read more
In Germany, more and more furnished mini-apartments are sold, which are hardly larger than a hotel room. Micro-Living Apartments are 20-25 square meters fully furnished lifestyle apartments, where every square meter is used optimally. This new type of temporary housing has long since expanded from the metropolises into booming middle-class cities. The modern apartments are considered one of the hottest trends in t... read more
Social changes and scarce housing have led to new creative forms of living, such as Micro Living as the main solution for temporary living. Residential culture oases are created here in the smallest of spaces, not only providing the mobile worker with a place to stay in which he "dwells" for a certain period of time, but also gives him recreation and a genuine sense of home.
If we now imagine an apartment that has only 22 square meters,... read more
Because the supply of housing in the top seven cities lags behind demand, the commuter flows from the surrounding areas into the centers are getting longer and longer. Developer and investor Quantum also sees bacon belts as "becoming more and more interesting" for institutional investors. In fact, according to Savills, the transaction volume is increasing.
In the first six months of this year, investors bought apartm... read more
In the first half of this year, more than 1.6 billion euros have been invested in student dormitories and micro-apartment buildings built or planned in Germany. The brokerage house CBRE reports, according to which the value corresponds to a plus compared to the same period last year of 224%.
By comparison, the number of flats sold and their living space has risen less sharply: About 8,800 u... read more
In Germany, more and more furnished mini apartments are sold. The prices are "salted" is claimed - but there is no shortage of demand. Why is that?
Objects have been created for some time in all the major cities of the republic - but also in booming middle-class cities. Micro apartments are considered one of the hottest trends in the German real estate market. The mini apartments are often no bigger than a hotel room.
Discussed are now the ren... read more
Two trends in the labor market have been massively changing our society for years. On the one hand, it is the high demands on workers in terms of flexibility and mobility that make them temporary nomads. Either they often have to move or commute between work and residence for a certain amount of time.
On the other hand, because of the tangible shortage of skilled workers, employers are forced to off... read more
08.06.2018 11:04 Living Smaller
Real Estate - In many areas of the region, living space is becoming scarce and more expensive. Are "micro-apartments" the answer? Or tiny houses with twelve square meters of space? What kind of unusual projects already exist ... by Sonja Krell
Kaufering / Utting Peter Kerler went deep into the story of his project and explained how he came to what he calls his "brilliant id... read more
Last week, the foundation stone was laid for the ambitious real estate project and micro-living concept in Kaufering near Landsberg am Lech. Now, 60 apartments have been launched. For this purpose, the project developer Inventus.blue has mandated the advisors of eigenwert, a company of the Munich Bank, exclusively with the marketing.
Inventus.blue CEO Peter Kerler is sure that they will be met with great interest by th... read more
Inventus.blue develops and builds 60 apartments directly at Kauferinger Bahnhof in the bacon belt of Munich and Augsburg. Yesterday, the foundation stone was laid for the ambitious project. At the laying of the foundation stone, numerous guests from politics and business came to celebrate the first progress together with Inventus.blue and the general contractor Vilgertshofer.
Guests of honor included Kauferi... read more
Kaufering is currently building two buildings for 60 micro apartments. In the summer of next year, residents can move in. Yesterday the foundation stone was laid
This market is growing almost unchecked worldwide: furnished small apartments. Especially companies, managers, commuters, students, trainees, singles and young adults are interested in it. They all seek affordable, furnished living... read more
26.01.2018 12:48 Micro Living at the Kauferinger stationLocation Location Location
Due to the increasingly demanded flexibility and mobility of today's working models, a new rapidly growing housing market with interesting investment opportunities has been developing for years: small, affordable and high-quality furnished residential units, so-called micro apartments. The decisive success fa... read more
Inventus.blue: Building permit for 60 Micro-Living Apartments
Inventus.blue develops and builds 60 apartments directly at the Kauferinger Bahnhof in the bacon belt of Munich and Augsburg. Now the project developer has received the building permit. "With just 35 minutes by train to Munich Central Station, the location is sensationally priced and location wise," says Inventus.blue CEO Peter Kerler. The old town... read more
10.12.2017 16:30 They have to get away, and very fast
Actually allotment gardens are particularly protected. But as was the case in Kaufering, tenants have to leave their parcels from one day to the next by Gerald Modlinger
Micro-apartments instead of allotments: Within a few days, the allotment gardeners on Kauferinger Bahnhofstrasse have to vacate their plots of land in the middle of winter. Wi... read more
27.11.2017 10:16 The market town wants to create a building complex on the Bahnhofstrasse. It should have 60 apartments between 22 and 27 square meters.by Romi Löbhard
Mikrowohnung - Trend of the future, and not just in big cities like Berlin, Hamburg or Frankfurt? It almost looks as if this type of housing would be flushed out into the countryside by ever higher rents in the city. In Kaufering, however, t... read more
26.11.2017 16:26 Inventus.blue developt 60 Micro-Living-Apartments
Developer Inventus.blue is developing 60 micro-living apartments in Kaufering near Landsberg am Lech, within commuting distance of the coveted cities of Munich and Augsburg, directly on the edge of the Fünf-Seen-Land. An investment that is out of line in the region or perhaps already playing a pioneering role and takes social change into account?... read more
23.11.2017 20:43 Kaufering builds micro homes - for little money?
Kaufering - Housing shortage prevails in the market town. There seems to have talked about with potential investors and developers around. In the most recent market town council meeting, a developer presented a project that now seems to be well advanced. The "Inventus.blue" plans to build 60 micro-apartments in Bahnhofstrasse on two L... read more
29.09.2017 11:18 MICRO-LIVING: THE NEW STAR AT THE ASSET SKY
The project developer Inventus.blue develops 60 micro-living apartments in Kaufering near Landsberg am Lech, within commuter reach to the coveted cities like Munich and Augsburg and directly on the edge of the five-lake area. An investment that falls out of line in the region or is it perhaps already a pioneer? DEAL Magazine Chief editor B... read more