"The prices are still relatively stable"

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“The prices are still relatively stable”

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Housing construction: Building is becoming more expensive because interest rates are rising, as are the costs for craftsmen and raw materials.

Building is becoming more expensive because interest rates are rising, as are the costs for craftsmen and raw materials.

(Photo: Johannes Simon)

While real estate in Munich has not become more expensive for the first time in a long time, there are still no signs of a trend reversal in the district. Stephan Kippes, institute director of the real estate association IVD, gives the reasons for this.

Interviewed by

Stefan Salger , Fürstenfeldbruck, Eichenau

When the current report on properties for sale by the real estate association IVD was presented, there was talk of falling real estate prices in Munich for the first time in many years. IVD institute director Stephan Kippes from Eichenau is now also looking at the district of Fürstenfeldbruck.

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