Renting a house in Germany

With Germany’s housing market slowing down, it’s becoming harder and harder for landlords to make money from rental property.

The country’s average house rent in the fourth quarter of 2017 was $1,827, up 2.6% on the previous quarter, while average rent for detached homes fell 6.2%.

However, this has not helped landlords make money off the sale of rented properties.

The German Association of Property Managers (BPM) says the average house price in the country increased only 1.2% in 2017, compared with a gain of 7.2%, and the number of properties that were sold fell by 12.4%.

“The decline in property values in the German housing market, which began after the EU-IMF bail-out, has not yet been reflected in the rental market, with the number and value of houses sold down by 5.4% in the quarter,” the BPM said.

“While we have a low rent growth, we do see the situation changing.

We believe the German rental market is not in a strong position.”

Landlords are losing money The number of rented homes that have gone to auction in the first quarter of 2018 was 12,814, down 10.2 percentage points on the same period last year, the BOM said.

This was mainly due to the fact that sales of existing homes increased by 4.4%, which is still well below the rate of growth seen in previous quarters.

“We expect that the number selling and the price will continue to decline,” the association said.

“A large part of the increase in the sale price was due to high-end buyers, but there is a risk that some buyers will now be turning to other sources of income, like rent.”

The average house prices of all rental properties in Germany fell by 2.4 percentage points in 2017.

However, the trend has reversed, with an average house rental price of $1.892 million, up 7.8% on last year.

The average price of a detached house was $2,567, up 14.7% on 2017.

The BPM, which represents all German rental property owners, says it is working with landlords to help them with the new market.