If so, you should start saving for all the fees, taxes, and of course the property itself. Because trying to buy Real Estate in Germany without any money will be next to impossible & will cost you in form of a really high interest rate.
But what is the best way to save for Real Estate in Germany? 🤔
And what is the best way to save for your personal situation? 🤔
Axel will show you the 5 savings options for Real Estate that all can make sense plus the 1 savings option you should definitely avoid.
Calculators Axel mentioned:
Best Bank Account in Germany Calculator:*
Best Savings Account in Europe Calculator:*
Best Fixed-term Savings Account in Europe Calculator:*
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Videos Axel mentioned:
Real Estate in Germany #9: 5 To Dos before Buying Real Estate | How to Prepare for Property Purchase
What is Schufa? | Schufa + Schufa Score Explained Incl. Bonus: How to Get Your Free Schufa Report
Get better Schufa | 10 Easy Tips to Improve Your Schufa Score & Increase Your Creditworthiness
What Affects Schufa? | Top 3 Schufa Mistakes for Bad Schufa Score & Negative “Schufa-Eintrag”
Investing in Germany [in 2021] – Before You Start (1/10)
Investing in Germany #1: The Beginning | Investing With High Safety, Passive Income & High Return
The Truth About Your Public Pension Letter | Numbers & Words on Your “Renteninformation” Explained
German Pensions Level 1: Public Pension & Rürup | High Tax Benefits for Your ETFs in Rürup Pension
German Pensions Level 2: Company Pension & Riester | Tax Benefits & Government Bonuses with Riester
Company Pension in Germany: Free Money & Tax Benefits with the 5 Different Types of Company Pension
German Private Pensions Level 3 | The Right Pension for Expats with Tax-Free Growth of Your ETFs?
Which German Pension Is Best for You? | German Pensions with Scenarios for Expats Living in Germany
5 Tax Tricks When Investing in Crypto in Germany | Saving Taxes When Investing in Bitcoin & Ethereum
Real Estate in Germany #3: Bubble or Not? | Buy Real Estate in Germany Now or Will the Market Crash?
5 Simple Ways to Invest in Real Estate in Germany | ETFs, Fund, REIT, Real Estate Partnership, p2p
01:19 Why Even Save Money For Real Estate?
02:48 Savings Option 1 For Real Estate: Bank & Savings Account
04:22 Get A Consumer Loan For Real Estate Fees?
05:07 Savings Option 2 For Real Estate: Stocks, ETFs & Mutual Funds
06:27 Savings Option 3 For Real Estate: Pensions
08:16 Savings Option 4 For Real Estate: Other Investments
09:30 Savings Option 5 For Real Estate: Properties You Bought Before
10:53 Savings Option You Should Avoid: Bausparvertrag
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