Introducing Boat Haus, Berlin
Located in the south of Treptow-Köpenick, overlooking Lake Seddin on the Dahme River is the luxury waterside residence – Boat Haus.
The residential complex consists of 58 apartments across 8 villas ranging from two- to four-stories, positioned around an inner piazza.
Ground-floor apartments have a terrace or garden, while all other apartments have a balcony. Boat moorings with space for 40 boats and yachts are available on the private 200 metre waterfront and jetty with an infinite view of Lake Seddin.
- 26 one-, two- and three-bedroom units exclusive to IP Global
- Balcony or terrace included with every unit
- Fully fitted kitchen worth circa EUR10,000 included
- Invest from EUR397,650 with up to 70% financing
Wernsdorfer Str. 25, 12527 Berlin, Germany
1 / 2 / 3 bedroom units
Up to 70%
From 60.91 m² to 124.73 m²
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Why Invest In Berlin Property?
Robust population growth continues to fuel a strong rental market.
Berlin is the most populous city in the EU with 3.7 million residents as of 2020, and on track to surpass 4 million by 2030. As 83% of Berliners reside in rental properties, the expansion in population has mounted more pressure on the already strained housing stock, driving rents up.
The diverse and resilient economy is underpinned by job growth in future oriented technology-based sectors.
Berlin is a start-up capital, and one of the most prolific start-up hubs in Europe with 40% of all German start-ups created in the city. Due to the high calibre new job creation, Berlin incomes grew an impressive 34% between 2009 and 2017.
Berlin's housing market remains structurally undersupplied.
Berlin's robust economy and dynamic population continue to underpin the city's housing market. Due to its strong fundamentals, Berlin's prime market saw some of the highest levels of capital appreciation in the year 2020 (+6.5%) and is forecast to do the same (6.0% - 7.9%) in 2021.
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The new airport began stimulating economic activity long before it actually opened its doors, and some investments are now completed and fully operational while others are still in the works.Download the Summary
- IPG client fee: EUR3,000
- Acquisition costs upon Notarization
- 30% due 6 months after Notarization
- All remaining payments in line with construction
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