The new edition of the First Vienna Residential Market Report is out!
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The new edition of the First Vienna Residential Market Report is out!

BUWOG and EHL has presented the “First Vienna Residential Market Report” for the fourth time. Numerous journalists responded to the invitation of both companies to Hotel Triest for the press conference, which took place on 15.2.2016.

 

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Concentrated real estate expertise at the press conference

 

At this year’s press conference the status quo of the Vienna residential property market was reported on by Daniel Riedl (CEO) and Andreas Holler (Managing Director Property Development Austria) on the part of BUWOG and by Michael Ehlmaier (Managing Partner EHL) and Sandra Bauernfeind (Managing Director EHL Real Estate Management) on the part of EHL.

 

Leading private residential developer BUWOG Group and leading real estate service provider EHL gathered for the fourth time for a press event to present the new edition of the “First Vienna Residential Market Report” to the public.

 

The main message: there is an enormous shortage of supply on the privately financed and subsidised Vienna residential market. As in the last few years – the production of flats is still not keeping pace with demand.

 

The City of Vienna’s vigorous growth in population, which was stronger than projected, the refugee crisis in Europe and the trend toward single households are putting pressure on the Vienna residential market, in which new construction is not presently keeping pace. Vienna grew in 2015 by over 43,000 persons; this is equivalent to the size of Wiener Neustadt.

 

The result: rising rents and property prices in nearly every district, even if they are no longer as drastic compared to previous years.

 

For freehold flats in 2016 an increase in price of 2 percent is expected in average locations and 3 percent in good to very good locations. Prices above the EUR10,000 per square metre level are stagnating solely in the absolute luxury segment. In the rental segment BUWOG Group and EHL anticipate growth of between 2 and 3 percent, depending on the location and the property’s fixtures and fittings.

 

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View the presentation on the Residential Market Report and a video cut of the press conference here. (German only!)

 

How to deal with it? Faster and simpler approval procedures were addressed at the press conference as a reasonable idea, as was the call for a review of construction standards in subsidised housing. The issue of “affordable housing” was also addressed – a challenge which BUWOG Group has confronted, for instance, with projects such as the Southgate residential complex in Altmannsdorf.

 

View an excerpt of the various responses in the media to the Vienna Residential Market Report 2016 here:
Online issues of the Wirtschaftsblatt, Der Standard, ORF.at, Krone and heute

 

VIENNA RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT
The Vienna Residential Market Report highlights the shareholder structure, the demographic development of Vienna and Viennese households and provides an overview of all 23 municipal districts in Vienna with data concerning residents, income, sales and rental prices (no bidding prices, rather those that were valid at the time the agreement was concluded!). Development potential, special locations and pathbreaking projects in the specific districts were also detailed.

 

The last editions have shown that due to the enormous international attention focused on the Vienna residential market there are especially frequent requests for the English version of the report.

 

The 2016 edition of the “First Vienna Residential Market Report” is now available in English.

 

Click here to view the FIRST VIENNA RESIDENTIAL MARKET REPORT or download it from http://residentialmarketvienna.at/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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