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The real estate market in Berlin is one of the most dynamic in the world. Each year, the number of residents of the capital is growing by about 40 thousand people: most often these are young professionals who come to the capital in search of work. In 2016, Berlin’s GDP grew by 4.6%, which is 1.3 percentage points higher than the national average. Continue reading
When buying, owning, renting and disposing of real estate in Germany, foreigners pay taxes at the same rates as residents of the country.
After the conclusion of the transaction, the buyer pays a one-time tax on transfer of ownership (Grunderwerbsteuer). Continue reading
Obtaining a second citizenship or status of permanent residence / residence permit, the withdrawal and preservation of capital, the declaration of assets and income in developed countries – these issues are becoming more and more important for wealthy people (High Net Worth Individuals) who live in countries with an unstable economic and political situation . Continue reading