Housing Markets

Housing Markets

Moreover, the affordability of housing has a considerable influence on the social situation. The housing market in Germany varies widely, with prices rising steeply in the largest cities even as many rural areas face stagnating and even falling prices.

Moreover, the affordability of housing has a considerable influence on the social situation. The housing market in Germany varies widely, with prices rising steeply in the largest cities even as many rural areas face stagnating and even falling prices.

Ralph Henger

Dr. Ralph Henger

Senior Economist for Housing Policy and Real Estate Economics

Tel+49 221 4981-744

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Christian Oberst

Dr. Christian Oberst

Economist for Housing Policy and Real Estate Economics

Tel+49 221 4981-889

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Pekka Sagner

Pekka Sagner

Economist for Housing Policy and Real Estate Economics

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Michael Voigtländer

Prof. Dr. Michael Voigtländer

Head of the Research Unit Financial and Real Estate Markets

Tel+49 221 4981-741

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