- Importance of micro-apartments for German housing market will increase
- A-cities show most expensive average rents at 31.58 € per square metre
- Overall a lot of potential on the market, also in C- and D-cities
In recent years, a form of housing has developed in Germany that contradicts the conventional image of housing, but is becoming increasingly popular: micro-apartments. Their importance will continue to grow in the future. Due to high yields compared to the conventional housing market and a proven resistance to crises, they are not only an advantageous investment for investors, which will lead to an increased transaction volume. They also offer many advantages for tenants and cities affected by housing shortages in the form of space-saving design and an uncomplicated flat search. This is one of the central findings of the new DIWG valuation “Trendreport Mikroappartements”.
You can download the Trend Report here (9 MB).