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Germany's housing market is red hot - but not a bubble

Fundamentals still strong, analysts say, as there is a stable mortgage market with steady equity ratios and fairly moderate levels of home construction

In Berlin, for example, the average price of properties sold in a block of at least 50 homes has risen to about 141,000 euros from 59,000 euros.


GRIT Hildebrandt finally found her dream house near the German city of Rostock two years ago, paying more than 10 per cent over the asking price to beat the other bidders.

She is now glad that she is on the other side in the country's red-hot...

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