Monday, 4 September 2017

Sharp Rise in Rents in #Berlin - JLL Report First Half 2017

Asking rents in Berlin increased to €10.80/sqm/month in the first six months of 2017, approaching the €11.00/sqm/month mark. The last time rents increased as sharply was in the first half of 2012. Then, the annual increase was 13.1%, compared to the current 12.8%. Since 2016, the housing market has returned to a phase of strongly rising rents. The upswing in the Berlin housing market began in the second half of 2006, initially with moderate increases (+3.0% per annum) until 2011, and then with significantly stronger momentum (+8.0% per annum).

Overall, rents have risen by an average of 6.1% since the beginning of the cycle in 2006, and have almost doubled over that period. Given the high demand and lack of supply, rents can be expected to increase further over the next six months.

Source: JLL Residential City Profile Berlin 1st Half 2017
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Residential City Profile Berlin - 1st half-year 2017

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