Stefan Helmbrecht: rental yield real estate in major cities amounted to only 3.12 percent the Manager-online magazine was looking for pearls and found her: class B locations, where real estate is cheaper to have than in the cities, where prices always move on. Until the times of the annual rental income buyer currently pay for an apartment in the densely populated areas. Thus remains the buyers from the rental income”only a gross profit margin of 3.125 percent, expects Dirk Richolt, head of credit advice on the Immobiliendienstleister CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), in a Manager-online magazine article. Condos in medium-sized cities–the so-called B-locations – higher yields would, however, throw off. According to a study of the real estate research company BulwienGesa traded flats currently only to the 17-up 20 of the annual rental income in places like Freiburg im Breisgau, Kiel, Luneburg and Weimar. Free between 4.32 and 3.54 percent remained the buyers at this price level. These returns were therefore, that buyer so far this Shunning the markets.
They feared the smaller cities would lose long-term residents to the major urban centres with its wide range of jobs. The demand, shrinking rents and real estate prices would automatically fall. The reality is however different, as also Stefan Helmbrecht knows. Stefan Helmbrecht founded a real estate development company based in Mannheim, Germany in 1996 and focused on the purchase, rehabilitation and revitalization of Monument-protected Grunderzeit houses in different locations of in Germany. Within a few years, one of the largest and most respected real estate companies in Germany developed it in the segment of listed real estate.
Were completed by today 152 monument objects with a number of 1897 condos and passed to investors and their tenants or owner-occupiers. By Stefan Helmbrecht and projected total investment volume amounted to 242.000.000 million euro so far. Stefan Helmbrecht confirmed that in the Manager-online magazine on development: it is indeed so that the population in rural areas decrease.