柏林

2021 年普華永道的《房地產新興趨勢》(歐洲)報告中排名第一

歐盟人口最多的城市

歐洲的初創中心—2020 年獲得 300 萬歐元投資

了解我們在 2020 年上半年黃金市場資本增值排名第三的城市的最新投資。

柏林物業投資指南

指南涵蓋了所有的法律和稅務的重要事項,以及置業成本,持有成本和售出成本。

除此之外,您還可了解其他相關按揭資訊,租賃及管理的重要事項。

投資柏林物業看似是一個複雜的程序。有見及此,環業投資為您提供一份柏林物業投資指南,讓您輕鬆投資柏林樓盤。

Berlin: the Capital of Europe’s Economic Giant

Berlin is an international hub for business, innovation and politics. The city operates as Germany's centre for government, technology, education and culture. Over the last decade, employment growth in knowledge-based and future-oriented sectors has provided the city with a solid platform for continued sustainable economic growth.

The high-living standard at a relatively low cost and lively, diverse communities attract talented people from all over Germany and the world. The city is now one of the most important European startup hubs, fostered through multiple large-scale technology and science centres. Berlin has also attracted many global firms’ offices and has especially become a frontrunner in the technology industry.

As a result of Berlin's strong population and economic growth, housing demand has soared while supply levels have been unable to keep up. To support Berlin’s development, the Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment established its Berlin 2030 strategy. The goal is to make Berlin even more economically robust, more attractive to businesses, more socially balanced, and to further enhance its international reputation.

Population

Berlin has 3.7 million residents as of 2023. The city’s population has been growing by an average 19,500 newcomers per year over the last 20 years. Berlin’s population is predicted to increase by 11%, reaching more than 4.1 million people by 2040.

Housing Market

As housing demand continues to grow year after year, a projected shortfall of more than 87,000 units is expected to persist in 2040.

Economy

Berlin's GDP per capita is expected to reach EUR84,690 by 2040, a total increase of 225% from the year 2000, the highest growth rate of any German city.

2021 年投資柏林物業市場的 3 大理由

強勁的人口增長是推動樓價和租金上升的主要因素

柏林是歐盟人口最多的城市,截至 2020 年,人口約有 369 萬,並預計在 2030 年超過 400 萬大關。當中有 83% 的居民是租樓自住,人口的增長無疑是為供不應求的房屋市場帶來更大壓力,租金將會持續上漲。因此,您要把握這個黃金的投資機會。

未來的行業發展趨勢將會以科技行業主導的多元化經濟體系。

自 2009 年以來,柏林已創造了超過 420,000 個新工作職位,當中近一半的工作是在來自科技及知識密集型商業服務。柏林是剛冒起的首都,亦也是歐洲最大經濟體,創造的新職位佔全德國整體 40%。 由於創造了高質素的工作機會,柏林的收入在 2009 年至 2017 年期間已有34%驚人的速度增長。

柏林的住房市場仍然供不應求。

在 2020 年上半年,全球僅有三個城市的地產市場仍然有升值 (3.1%),柏林是其中之一,主要是因為市場擁有強勁結構因素支持。預計到 2030 年,柏林的經濟和人口上升。因此,我們認為這是投資當地房地產的最佳時機。

Berlin is the most populous city in the EU, with 3.7 million residents as of 2023, and is expected to exceed 4.1 million by 2040. This growth will put it 2 million residents ahead of Germany's second-largest city, Hamburg. With 85% of Berliners living in rental properties, the growing population has intensified pressure on the already strained housing stock, pushing rents higher. Those hoping to invest in Berlin have been eager to capitalise on this robust rental market.

Despite the increasing rents, Berlin remains a more affordable option for renters compared to other major German cities such as Munich, Frankfurt, and Stuttgart, as noted by Savills.

Berlin attracts national and international trained workers and has an employment population of more than 2 million people. In Berlin, the service sector is responsible for around 86% of economic performance. Companies and start-ups can find excellent conditions for achieving economic success here. Capital is particularly attractive to entrepreneurs in the creative and technology sectors. Berlin, as the centre of Germany’s start-up scene, has around 30% of the nation's start-ups, and has given them USD7.3 billion in venture capital funding in 2023. The city’s share of total VC financing in Germany over the last years has been between 50 and 70%. Owing to the high quality of these new job opportunities, the middle-income band increased by 71% between 2000 and 2022.

It is expected that the Professional, Scientific & Technical Activities sector will be Berlin's most productive sector with a GVA totalling EUR19.5 billion by 2035, an increase of 124% since 2000. This sector has also seen the number of jobs rise from 110,000 to 211,500 in the last 20 years and is forecast to hit 249,000 by 2035, an increase of 125% over the entire period.

Berlin proudly showcases a premier academic landscape on a national scale, with its universities holding strong positions in the Times' global rankings. Humboldt Universität, Charité, and Freie Universität Berlin rank among Germany's top 10, while Technische Universität Berlin occupies the 16th spot. As Berlin's oldest and most esteemed institution, Humboldt University boasts a rich academic heritage, including renowned past professor Albert Einstein. Collectively, these four universities are home to over 100,000 students and 20,000 educators and researchers. In total, Berlin's higher education institutions engage more than 250,000 individuals in work, research, and study.

Moreover, Berlin's student population reflects the city's diversity, consistently ranking as the top destination for international students, who comprise approximately 20% of the total student body. Berlin also serves as a hub for technological innovation geared toward sustainable futures, positioning itself as a leader in science and research. Over 300 research groups in the city are actively engaged in projects aimed at creating a sustainable urban environment, exploring areas such as renewable energy, energy networks and storage, turbomachinery, and energy efficiency. Clean energy technology companies in Berlin employ around 60,500 individuals, generating an annual turnover of EUR 29 billion.

The economic and population growth in Berlin is projected to outpace supply until at least 2040, exacerbating the housing shortage and causing vacancy rates to plummet below 1%. As of 2023, the estimated housing deficit in Berlin amounted to approximately 100,000 units. Due to the structural nature of this undersupply, the shortfall is expected to persist beyond 2040. Consequently, average prices for apartments in Berlin witnessed a y-o-y growth of 6.17% in 2022.

Berlin stands out as one of Germany's most sustainable cities, consistently surpassing national objectives regarding renewable energy consumption. By 2025, the city aims to derive 100% of its energy needs from renewable sources, far exceeding the national target of 40%. Berlin's climate protection goals and corresponding strategies are embedded in the Berlin Energy Turnaround Act, legally enshrining the city's ambition to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.

With a ratio of 350 cars per 1,000 residents, Berlin boasts the lowest reliance on automobiles for regular transportation among German cities. Residents can conveniently navigate the city via underground and overground trains, trams, buses, and 620 km of dedicated cycle paths.

Berlin's climate protection strategy also emphasises e-mobility and the successful integration of various energy sectors. The city currently hosts the highest number of electric vehicle charging stations in Germany and plans to establish thousands more in the coming years. Over 270 local energy generation projects, more than 1,500 communal heating/power stations or micro power plants, and approximately 6,000 photovoltaic power plants underscore Berlin's pioneering role in this domain.

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