By 2030, real estate buyers must expect prices for apartments and houses to rise in more than half of all 401 urban and rural districts in Germany.
This is the result of a forecast as part of the Postbank Housing Atlas 2021. Despite the high price level, the analysis in Munich expects an
annual increase of 1.99 percent up to 2030 – the highest value of all metropolises. It is followed by Düsseldorf (1.09 percent),
Berlin (1.07 percent) and Frankfurt (1.02 percent).
The strongest increases are forecast for the Munich area: in the districts of Erding (2.23 percent), Munich (2.01 percent), Ebersberg and
Landsberg (1.99 percent each), prices are expected to rise significantly. In addition to the Bavarian regions, the forecast only calculates
increases of around 2 percent in Heilbronn and Potsdam and the district of Cloppenburg.