Latest Vacant Apartment Offers Direct From The Owner

Curling up like a wisp of smoke before a blaze, violinist Guy Braunstein marked the arrival of the Berlin Philharmonic in London with a ghostly rustle as the tip of his bow oscillated across a single string. Only a dog or those under 16 could hope to hear anything softer. One by one three other Berliner string principals joined in, each with a two-bar semiquaver skitter before soaring, full strength, into Schubert’s “Quartettsatz”, a single movement of a quartet which in the composer’s short life was never completed. Berlin Philharmonic: the world’s best orchestra | Music | The Observer

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Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Latest Vacant Apartment Offers Direct From The Owner


We have just received exclusively a small selection of recently refurbished apartments direct from the owner. As we are dealing direct we have been able to negotiate extremely attractive prices, similar apartments are selling for around 25% more. 
All the apartments can be offered vacant so giving you the chance to take advantage of the booming short term holiday lets in Berlin. We are able to assist with the management or furnishing of the apartments if required. Buy Berlin can also assist in tenancy management and the finding of tenants.
The apartments have all been finished to a very high standard and the buildings are very well maintained.
To express your interest or arrange viewing with our Berlin office please call +44(0) 20 8133 2632 or +49(0) 30 6483 8996
Beautiful Apartment in Charming Albau  
 Stubnitz Front

Area: Pankow
Type: 1 Bedroom
Size: 64m²   Floor: 1st Floor
Price: 101,542EUR
Price per m2: 1,586.00EUR
Status: Vacant
  • Beautiful Period Property
  • Highly Sought After Location
  • Close to S Bahn
  • Ideal for Holiday Lets
  • Fully Renovated
  • Balcony
  • Brand New Fitted Kitchen
  • Luxury Bathroom
  • Polished Original Wood Flooring
  • Storage 
  • Finance Available
Stubnitz Str KitchenStubnitz Entrance

Recently Fully Renovated 3 Bed Apartment Top Location  
 Charlottenburg View

Area: Charlottenburg
Type: 3 Bedroom
Size: 120m²   Floor: Grd Floor
Price: 209,000EUR
Price per m2: 1,741.00EUR
Status: Vacant
  • River View and Only Few Minutes From Ku’Damm
  • Highly Sought After Location
  • Close to Ernst-Reuter-Platz U-Bahn
  • Minutes Away from Universities
  • Ideal for Holiday Lets
  • Newly Renovated to High Spec
  • Luxury Bathroom with Jacuzzi
  • Whole Building has Been Fully Renovated in Last 6 Mths
  • Storage 
  • Finance Available
Charlottenburg BathCharlottenburg Floor

Large Beautifully Restored Studio Apartment  
 Binz Str Front

Area: Pankow
Type: Studio
Size: 62m²   Floor: Ground Floor
Price: 90,000EUR
Price per m2: 1,451.00EUR
Status: Vacant
  • Beautiful Period Property
  • Ideal as Holiday Lets
  • Highly Sought After Location
  • Close to S Bahn
  • Large Kitchen Diner
  • Modern Tiled Bathroom
  • Beautifully maintained landscaped Garden
  • 2 Terraces
  • Original Polished Wood Flooring
  • Storage 
  • Finance Available
Binz Str. TeraaceBinz Str.Living Room

   Kingfisher House
   21-23 Elmfield Road
   BR1 1LT


   Tel:     +44 (0)20 8133 2632     
     +49 (0)30 6483 8996
   Cell:    +44 (0)79 7009 2895

German businesses most confident since Berlin Wall torn down

Booming exports meant companies in the eurozone’s strongest economy grew more optimistic in February for the ninth month in a row, despite the debt crisis that is still surrounding weaker euro nations.
The monthly confidence index from Munich University’s Ifo Institute climbed to a reading of 111.2 from January’s 110.3, defying economists’ expectations for a slight dip in sentiment. Demand for German products has seen the country benefit strongly from the recovery in global demand since the financial crisis.(more)
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New Berlin Airport to Connect High-Tech Eastern Germany With Asia

BERLIN and NEW DELHI, February 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Berlin’s new airport, opening in June 2012, comes at a time when the capital region is facing record numbers of business travelers and tourists. And with Germany Trade & Invest witnessing increased investor interest from Asia – especially in Germany’s high-tech regions of Eastern Germany – the airport will provide increased capacity and decreased travel times to Asian destinations.
Thanks to the upswing in investor interest from Asia, Germany Trade & Invest is introducing Eastern Germany’s latest asset to companies across the continent. On February 22, Indian investors in New Delhi will receive a preview of the Berlin Brandenburg International Airport (BBI). The passenger hub is Europe’s largest new airport under construction and will have a capacity of 27 million passengers when it opens, including an expansion option to handle 45 million passengers annually. Travel times will be up to one hour shorter to Asian destinations compared with other European hubs. (more)

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Google creating internet institute in Berlin

Google has been the frequent target of Germany’s data protection officials, but instead of retreating from the country, the US web giant is reportedly planning to create a leading internet research facility in Berlin

“We won’t just massively expand our German team in the areas of marketing and engineering, we’ll also make a substantial financial investment to build a new institute for internet and society in Berlin,” outgoing Google CEO Eric Schmidt wrote in daily Die Welt on Wednesday.

Schmidt said two things stand out to him when he considers the world economy – the flourishing internet and the way Germany’s thriving industry overcame the global recession. (more)

German Investor Confidence Rises for a Fourth Month as Economy Strengthens

German investor confidence increased for a fourth month in February as Europe’s largest economy gathered strength and stocks rose to a three-year high.
The ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim said its index of investor and analyst expectations, which aims to predict developments six months in advance, rose to 15.7 from 15.4 in January. That’s the highest July 2010. Economists forecast a gain to 20, according to the median of 38 estimates in a Bloomberg News survey.(more)
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German 2011 Construction Industry Sales to Grow 1.1%, ZDB Says

German construction-industry sales will grow 1.1 percent this year as lower unemployment and an expanding economy encourage homebuyers and entrepreneurs to invest in property, the ZDB group said.

Home building sales will probably grow by 3.2 percent and new commercial property sales by 2.7 percent, lifting sales for the sector as a whole to 82.6 billion euros ($112.7 billion), the Berlin-based group said in a statement today. Public sector cutbacks in building sales of 2.7 percent this year will curb faster overall growth, it said. (more)
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German Stocks Increase to Three-Year High; Adidas, Deutsche Bank Advance

German stocks rose, sending the DAX Index to its highest level in three years, on speculation increasing corporate earnings will continue to support the rally in equities.
Adidas AG gained 3.6 percent after Chief Executive Officer Herbert Hainer was reported as forecasting a positive growth trend for 2011 and higher sales from China. GEA Group AG jumped 6.2 percent after the engineering company reported profit that beat analysts’ estimates. SolarWorld AG surged 6.7 percent after full-year earnings advanced.
The benchmark DAX added 0.9 percent to 7,283.62 at the 5:30 p.m. close in Frankfurt, the highest level since January 2008. The gauge has gained 5.3 percent this year amid optimism that the global economic recovery is gathering strength. The broader HDAX Index rose 1 percent today.
“It doesn’t look like the world economy is going to lose any momentum in 2011, if anything it is gaining momentum,” said Mike Lenhoff, chief strategist in London at Brewin Dolphin Securities Ltd., whose parent company oversees $33 billion. “This will be supportive for equities.” (more)
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German unemployment falls amid economic optimism

Berlin – German unemployment fell to its lowest level in nearly two decades in January, official data released Tuesday showed – adding to optimism about the outlook for Europe’s biggest economy.

The 13,000 drop in seasonally-adjusted unemployment came after the numbers out of work posted a surprise increase in December, following a bitterly cold winter weather that hit outside work such as in the construction industry and caused havoc in the transport sector. The unemployment rate edged down from 7.5 per cent in December to 7.4 per cent this month – its lowest level since 1992.(more) Your German property investment answer, buyberlin