Real Estate Agent In Munich

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  1. GersonH

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    The sale or purchase of a high-quality property is not only the key to personal happiness, but forms a long-term meaningful investment. To ensure that your investment really pays off, you should place your project in the trustworthy hands of real estate experts, who have made a name for themselves in the real estate industry thanks to years of experience and up-to-date know-how.

    The estate agents of Engel & Völkers Munich have been successfully selling and leasing exclusive residential real estate in the most desirable locations in the center and south of Munich for over 25 years. This success is based on extensive local market knowledge, annual market research and an international network of
    prospective buyers. Regardless of whether a villa, a house, land, a condominium or a penthouse: for our experienced real estate agents, the fulfillment of your wishes at any time in the foreground, because what matters in the end is your lasting satisfaction.
     
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    The well-heeled inhabitants of Munich are sometimes disparaged by other Germans as schickimicki — something like “fancy-schmancy”, an insult meaning snobbish or superior.

    Münchner have plenty to feel smug about. Top companies such as BMW, Siemens, and Allianz are based there, helping to make the city one of the most affluent in Germany. Economic success has had an effect on house prices, causing them to rocket in recent years.

    Today, Munich is Germany’s most expensive city in which to buy property, such as rent a car munich for visit, with asking prices reaching €35,000 per square metre in some exclusive developments, according to Engel & Völkers. The average price per square metre in the city is €7,630, dwarfing the €2,993 in Germany as a whole.
     

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