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Economy experts say that there is a low increase in German economy and the Real Estate Companies must act based on this. Since there is a high rate of vacancy the new policy of Real Estate in Germany should change and the relation between tenants and companies should improve, given that tenants are very important for the Real Estate market.

Tenants are so important that, as a matter of fact, the strong relationship between the tenants and the real estate agents plays a major role in the market. The happier the tenants, the faster the vacancy rates will go down and then the Real Estate in Germany will improve.

Although the economy in Germany is not at its best, we think that the best moment to enter the Real Estate market is right now. The market is low but is open and growing. The following diagram shows how the Real estate market has been growing in Germany.
How would I enter the real estate market? You may be asking to yourself. It is easy; Real Estate School is available for everyone who wants to change jobs or access to another one. Real Estate schools offer a variety of courses; it is an idea that you shouldn’t dismiss so fast. Do a small research about any Real Estate school that you are interested in, and pick the one that it is the most convenient for you.
What is a Mortage?

A slow economy affects not only the Real Estate market of Germany; it actually affects all of Germany, all kinds of industry and employment. So, after a little deduction it is possible to say that this could translate into lower salaries and unemployment.

For people who want to buy a house that costs more than they can actually afford to buy, they can apply for a Mortgage. Mortgage is a legal way to buy a house; you would just put the new place that you are going to acquire as a guarantee for a loan to pay the house. The payment would be divided in small quotas.

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