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Paper eres2006_239:
THE GERMAN PROPERTY MARKET - HOW TO GET TO INFORMATION?

id eres2006_239
authors Kinzer, Claus-Michael
year 2006
title THE GERMAN PROPERTY MARKET - HOW TO GET TO INFORMATION?
source Book of Abstracts: 13th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Weimar, Germany
summary In Germany data protection is very dominant. The German property market is, as in other countries, not standardized. So the question how to get reliable information as a foreigner is even more important. Especially data protection has not prevented the availability of market data, but as a consequence of the analysis of each purchase contract, by the public experts committees, many qualified indirect comparative data have been published which can be used. In the lecture the published data, as the market reports of the experts committees the market data published by the estate agents associations and other private institutions are presented. It is shown how to use the indirect comparative data in a way corresponding to the market. Apart from this the separate institutions, who publish market data, are presented with contact partners. Indirect comparative data are derived from market data and demonstrated by practical examples. A critical answer is given to the question if the data protection prevents transparency of the market or if it even is able to support it.
keywords property market data; transparency of the market; sources of information; comparative
series ERES:conference
type normal paper
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session 1-E
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