German Lenders Focusing More on US Real Estate

Over the past few months there has been increasing concern about the future of the Eurozone, particularly with the economic troubles in Greece. As a result there is more talk about a potential breakup of the Eurozone based on the possibility of Greece exiting the European Union. With all this uncertainty, German lenders have begun

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Foreign Investors Buying up German Apartment Blocks

According to an article in The Local, foreign investors have been snapping up prefabricated apartment blocks in Germany. At first glance it might be difficult to see the attraction as they have plain concrete exteriors and low ceilings, and at best can only be described as drab.

Cerberus Spends Nearly €1 Billion on German Real Estate

A US investment firm is to spend nearly €1 billion buying up more than 22,000 apartments that are located across Germany. It’s been reported that the deal is worth around €900 million, and the properties are being bought from the bankrupt UK firm, Speymill.

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