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Our property valuation is free of charge. The “AB Real Estate GmbH” determines the maximum market price of your property. So you know quickly and precisely what your property will fetch when it is sold. You can then sell your property with us – we are your personal and professional partner!


Marketing & sales strategy

The “AB Real Estate GmbH” stands for a unique service. In case of a joint sale, our real estate experts develop a tailor-made marketing and sales strategy. We market your property online, offline, locally, internationally and also discreetly.


Your advantages as owner for the valuation by us


Our team consists of international experts who have been active in the real estate industry for years. We know the Stuttgart market with all its facets and can therefore sell with a 100% success rate.


We sell your property not only at the highest price in line with the market, but also to the right buyer! We have the know how regarding valuation and marketing. You benefit from comprehensive analyses, strategies tailored to your property, professional photos and an exposé in German, English and French.



Due to our internationality and longstanding roots in the industry, we have a wide network. We are happy to share our contacts with you! Whether you are a craftsman, notary or tax consultant – we have the right contact and ensure a smooth sale.


The aim of the valuation is to determine the maximum market price of your property. The additional SWOT analysis also informs you about the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and risks of your property.


Our real estate agency evaluates, markets and sells your property at the highest possible price to the right buyer. Even after the sale we are still at your disposal. You share the costs of this service with the buyer.

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in all districts and trend locations of Stuttgart and in the biggest citys of Germany

  • Bad Cannstatt
  • Birkenach
  • Botnang
  • Degerloch
  • Feuerbach
  • Hedelfingen
  • Möhringen
  • Mühlhausen
  • Münster
  • Obertürkheim, Untertürkheim
  • Plieningen
  • Stillenbuch
  • Stammheim
  • Stuttgart-Mitte, Stuttgart-Ost, Stuttgart-Süd, Stuttgart-West
  • Vaihingen
  • Wangen
  • Weilimdorf
  • Zuffenhausen
  • Berlin
  • München
  • Frankfurt
  • Düsseldorf
  • Hamburg
  • Köln
  • Potsdam
  • Dresden
  • Leipzig

Successful sales in 2019

  • surface: 56m2
  • price: 229.600€
  • location: Feuerbach
  • surface: 44m2
  • price: 200.200€
  • location: Degerloch
  • surface: 71m2
  • price: 344.350€
  • location: Stuttgart-Süd

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The property valuation process

Personal meeting

During a personal meeting you can ask us all your questions and tell us about your wishes. We pass on our knowledge of the Stuttgart real estate market to you. After the meeting we will immediately start with the free property valuation.

Arrange a personal meeting at: 030 40 633 050. We can also meet directly at your property.

Visit of the property

The next step is the inspection of your property. We assess the condition of the property, the location and the development possibilities. It is important for us not only to assess the property from the page, but to get to know it in detail.

Analysis of the object

After the inspection we analyse your property according to various criteria. You will find more detailed information under “The property valuation”. We work with comprehensive analyses and state-of-the-art technology. Through a combination of know-how, market knowledge, trend sense and passion, we can determine the market value of your property.

Property valuation as basis for a successful sale

We use property valuation as the basis for developing a tailor-made marketing and sales strategy. By knowing your property and the target group in detail, we find the right buyer at the highest price!


  • Design of a meaningful & high-quality sales documentation (exposé)
  • Application on our homepage in German, French & English
  • Use of our international customer database (existing customers & potential buyers)
  • Newsletter & Mailings
  • Online presence on the relevant real estate portals
  • Daily maintenance of these displays


  • Professional object photography
  • Home Staging Consulting
  • Creation of professional 3D visualizations
  • Use of innovative drone technology for apartment buildings


  • Development of an individual sales strategy
  • Permanent processing of interested parties
  • Regular telephone updates on the sales status
  • Coordination & execution of goal-oriented inspections
  • Taking over the communication of the sales negotiations
  • Accompaniment up to the notarisation (notary appointment)
  • Other services (placement of craftsmen, notaries, lawyers etc.)







When does a real estate valuation make sense?

In a real estate valuation, the likely selling price achieved in the current market is determined. Knowing this value is recommended for several reasons:

1) With a sales price in line with the market you will reach the right buyers. A value that is too low can lead to a sale below value, a value that is too high can lead to a long selling period.

2) The property valuation also tells you whether it is a good time to sell or whether you should wait a little longer.

3) The value is needed, for example, by the bank to grant loans. Taxation also depends on the value of the property.

4) Knowing the likely selling price you can plan future investments.

5) The determined value can serve as a basis for possible divorce and inheritance disputes.

“AB Real Estate GmbH” uses the real estate valuation to create a marketing and sales strategy that fits exactly to your property and your wishes. In addition, our team analyses the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and risks of your property.

The property valuation

The value of your property is determined according to established principles and your property is analysed according to established procedures. The principles are set out in the “Ordinance on the principles for determining the market value of real estate” (ImmoWertV). The methods used are the comparative value, capitalised earnings value and asset value methods. More detailed information can be found further down on the page.

The following criteria play a role in property valuation:

-size of the property

-the condition of the building from the outside/inside

-Building year

-building fabric

-renovations already carried out

-the equipment of the sanitary facilities

-the technical equipment

-Energy standard

-the development possibilities of the property (for example a roof blank that can be removed)

-sales prices of similar objects

-size of the property

-Condition of the property

-Soil standard values of the surroundings

-the position (macro and micro position)

-the development potential of the situation

-vacancy rate

-tenant perspective

-rent per square meter

-legal framework conditions (for example: is the property located in an environmental protection area?)

All these criteria are analysed and weighed against each other. The more promising the individual points are, the higher the demand. In addition, the property is compared with recently sold, similar properties. The selling price per square meter of the other properties is taken as a starting point. Due to the individual criteria of your property, a different price per square metre is created, which is multiplied by the number of square metres of your property.

Property types

However, not only the criteria mentioned above, but also the type of property plays an important role in property valuation. Because the weighting of the individual criteria varies depending on the type of property. For example, the proximity to green spaces and educational institutions plays a greater role in a terraced house than in a penthouse. Here the focus is more on sanitary facilities and technical equipment. Some types of property are suitable for owner-occupation, others for capital investment. For rented properties, factors such as the vacancy rate, tenant perspective or the rent per square metre play a role. In addition, each type of property has a different target group that can be reached differently.

The person being valued must therefore have a precise knowledge of the property sector and the local market. In addition, they need a good grasp of numbers, a sense of trends, marketing know-how and a flair for sales.

We, the “AB Real Estate GmbH”, will gladly take over the valuation of your real estate!

Stuttgart – Cultural metropolis in nature

Location and accessibility 

The capital of Baden-Württemberg is located in southwest Germany in the centre of the federal state. The 207.35 square kilometres large city is located in the “Stuttgart basin”, in the basin of the Nesenbach Canal and its tributaries. However, the city on the north-eastern edge of the Black Forest is now so large that the Neckar also flows through Stuttgart. Stuttgart’s districts extend to the Neckar basin, the Glemswald, the Gäu, the Filderebene and the foothills of the Schurwald and Schönbuch. The state capital offers an altitude difference of 350 metres, an exception among German cities. Stuttgart is excellently connected with 11 motorways and main roads. The motorways are of great importance: A8, A81 and A831. Those who prefer to travel by train benefit from the ICEs, which run several times a day to Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg and Berlin. From Stuttgart you can travel to Paris by train in 190 minutes. In addition, the “Stuttgart-Ulm” project is scheduled for completion in 2025. Stuttgart will then be connected to the high-speed rail network “Magistrale for Europe”, a 1,500-kilometer-long rail network that will connect 35 million people. Within the city, the VVS will ensure rapid progress. Stuttgart also has several car and bike sharing services such as Car2go, Flinkster, Stadtmobil and RegioRadStuttgart such as Call a Bike. More distant destinations can be reached from Stuttgart Airport, from which flights are available to more than 120 destinations. The port is a traffic hub that connects water, rail and road.


As of 31 December 2018, Stuttgart has 634,830 inhabitants. This makes Stuttgart the largest city in Baden-Württemberg and the sixth largest city in Germany. Stuttgart is the centre of the “Stuttgart Region” conurbation, in which around 2.7 million people live. The state capital is also the core city of the European metropolitan region of Stuttgart with 5.3 million inhabitants. Every year 50,000 people move to Stuttgart (Stuttgarter Nachrichten). 50% of the immigrants are between 18 and 30 years old, thus ensuring that Stuttgart is a young city. The average age is about 41.9 years, while the average age in the federal state is 43.9 years. In 2017 there were 11 children per 1,000 inhabitants, the average number of children in 2016 was 1.4 children per woman. Approximately 45% of Stuttgart’s citizens have a migration background, 25% of Stuttgart’s citizens are foreigners. In 2016 the proportion of one-person households was 39%. The average household size in Stuttgart is 2.1 persons.


The state capital is economically very strong. The city’s main focus is on the IT and high-tech sectors, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, the automotive industry and the publishing industry. In addition, Stuttgart is a financial centre where many banks and insurance companies are located. Famous companies such as Daimler, Porsche, Bosch, SAP and IBM give Stuttgart an economic glamour. The purchasing power in the Stuttgart region is 21 billion euros, putting it in second place in a Germany-wide comparison. The gross domestic product of the region amounts to 145 billion euros, which is 30% of the GDP of the federal state. The unemployment rate in the Stuttgart Region was 3.2% in June 2019. Stuttgart’s economic strength also stems from the high proportion of companies with more than 250 employees (over 60%). This is 10% more than the national average. The combination of research, business and young companies ensures a high percentage of registered companies in Baden-Württemberg: 30.2%. There are also 11 private universities, 13 trade schools, an agricultural college, 6 commercial schools and other private providers.


Stuttgart offers a comprehensive range of educational opportunities and can therefore attract many young people. The city offers over 70 public primary schools and 25 municipal grammar schools. Over 60,500 students attend Stuttgart’s universities. This puts Stuttgart in 6th place among the 10 largest student cities. There are 7 public universities, including the University of Stuttgart, the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences or the Media University. Research institutions such as the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems or the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics ensure innovation and progress. In addition, the people of Stuttgart can take advantage of the services of the adult education centre, the music schools and the city library


Tourism in Stuttgart is becoming increasingly popular. In 2018, 3.91 million overnight stays were recorded in Stuttgart and 9.09 million overnight stays in the region – the best annual result so far (+3.4%). The average length of stay is 1.9 days. 2,062,673 guests were recorded in Stuttgart accommodation establishments with 10 or more beds (+1.1%). This puts Stuttgart in 8th place in the overall German comparison. In 2018, the city offered 172 accommodation establishments with 21,504 beds. The occupancy rate was 50.3%. The month with the highest number of visitors was October, with a ratio of national to international guests of 69:31. The international guests mainly come from America, followed by Switzerland and Great Britain. Other tourists come mainly from China, Italy, Austria and France. The biggest increase was in the country of origin India: +16.4%. Worth seeing for tourists are especially the Mercedes Benz exhibition or the Porsche Museum. The Wilhelma Zoo with its botanical garden is also very popular. Also worth visiting are the New Palace and Palace Square, the Television Tower or the Killesberg High Park. Culture lovers are drawn to the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. And of course you should not miss good wine and hearty Spätzle.

Culture and leisure

Stuttgart offers everything that makes up big city life as well as 600 hectares of green space. 20% of this is under landscape protection. In the Green U or Rosensteinpark, you can enjoy a picnic, do sports and meet friends before going to the theatre, opera or ballet. The state capital is culturally impressive with 11 public museums and privately run exhibition houses. The lively literary scene is remarkable, and the international animated film festival is also worth a visit. Those who are more or less sporty can cheer on VfB Stuttgart, visit the German Open Championships or the German Masters. Good yoga courses are available at “Yogastudio 13”. Afterwards you can strengthen yourself in the “Zirbelstube”, in the “Shima” or in “La Scala”. The Stuttgart night attracts with bars like the “Schwarz Weiß Bar”, the “Palast der Republik” or “Suessholz”. You can dance in the “Freund & Kupferstecher” or in the “Schräglage”. The next day you can relax with a breakfast in the “Wunderkammer”. Excursions are worthwhile to the Aichstrutsee near Welzheim or to the Aileswasensee near Neckartailfingen.

Property market report Stuttgart 2019


Property market report Stuttgart 2019

Stuttgart is characterised by a strong demand overhang. The strong economy and attractive quality of life attract business people, families and students to the capital of Baden-Württemberg. Last year, 2,700 newcomers came to Stuttgart, in the last 10 years there were 53,000. Construction activity cannot keep up with these figures. In 2017 there were 243,000 households and 309,000 apartments in Stuttgart (DZ HYP). The mismatch between supply and demand is causing prices to rise. In 2018, 4.19 billion euros in turnover were achieved on the property market, an increase of 17%. Residential properties accounted for 600 million euros of this. Overall, more building plots were sold and fewer condominiums. The contract share of developed land remained relatively the same (Stuttgart expert committee).

Real estate market report condominiums Stuttgart

Condominiums make up the strongest sub-sector in the Stuttgart real estate industry. In 2018, 3,330 sales were made, 4% less than in the previous year. This is also due to the fact that supply is very scarce and demand very high. The average price per square metre is 4,146 euros. For newly built condominiums an average of 6,412 euros (+6%) is paid per square meter, for condominiums in the portfolio 3,662 euros (+8%). Since 2009, prices for apartments in the portfolio have risen by about 120%, from 2017 to 2018 they rose by 7.5% (outlook for the German real estate market 2019 Deutsche Bank AG). The peak price in 2018 was EUR 16,890 for a condominium apartment (Stuttgart expert committee). By number of rooms, the square metre prices for existing apartments were as follows: As of 01.04.2019, the average price for a 1-1.5 room apartment was 3,970 Euros. A 2-2.5-room apartment had a square metre price of 3,900 euros and 3-3.5 rooms cost 4,010 euros per square metre. An apartment with more than 4 rooms had an average price of 4,200 euros per square metre. (ibb Dr. Hettenbach Institute).

Property market report multi-family houses Stuttgart

In 2018, 5% more apartment buildings were sold than in the previous year (expert committee). The initial rent in Stuttgart has risen by 50% within 10 years. Rents for newly built apartments will rise by 9% in 2018, for existing apartments by +3% (Wohnmarktbericht Stuttgart Volksbank AG). According to “DZ HYP”, the average first-time rent in 2019 will be around 16 euros per square metre, an increase of 3.9%. The maximum rent for first-time occupancy in 2019 will be around 21.3 euros per square metre (+3.9%). Broken down by number of rooms, the rental prices for existing apartments in Stuttgart are as follows: 1-1.5 room apartments have an average rent of 16.10 euros per square metre. 2-2.5 room apartments have a square metre price of 16.10 euros, 3-3.5 room apartments have a square metre price of 12.60 euros. Apartments with more than 4 rooms have a rent of 13 euros per square meter (iib Dr. Hettenbach Institute, as of 01.04.2019).

Real estate market report owner-occupied home Stuttgart

In 2018, significantly fewer homes were sold than in the previous year. According to the expert committee, 21% fewer terraced houses, 4% fewer two-family houses and 15% fewer three-family houses were sold. However, prices rose by +6% for terraced houses and by 12% for two- and three-family houses. These figures once again reflect the relationship between supply and demand. According to the Dr. Hettenbach Institute, purchase prices in the Stuttgart market area amount to 890,000 euros for a single-family house. A semi-detached house has a purchase price of 630,000 euros, a terraced house 560,000 euros. A semi-detached house can be purchased in Stuttgart in 2019 for an average of 749,000 euros.

Real estate market report commercial Stuttgart

Stuttgart is popular as an office and retail property location, but the supply of space is very limited. Due to the shortage, the vacancy rate in the office market is 2.3%, and the space and letting turnover is down 29%. The top rent fell to 23 euros per square metre due to the lack of new construction, while the average rent rose by 5%. The average rent for office properties is around 14 euros per square metre (expert committee). In the area of retail properties, turnover rose by +37% to 1.38 billion euros due to the strength of the location and the lack of space, while the number of contracts fell by 4% (Expert Committee for Property Values). The shortage of space on Königsstrasse in particular led to several inner-city retail projects. This resulted in an increase in retail space of around 20%. The top rent in the retail property sector is around 250 euros per square metre (DZ HYP Immobilienmarkt Deutschland 2018/2019). However, it is now stagnating there, and there is hardly any more willingness to pay at the moment.

Real estate market report new building Stuttgart

In 2018, 4,300 households were on the municipal waiting list for a social housing. In comparison, 2,100 apartments were completed in Stuttgart between 2015 and 2017. For every 3.1 annual housing completions, there are 1,000 inhabitants. (DZ HYP). Furthermore, only 1,460 housing permits were issued in 2017 – the lowest figure since 2010. But there are also many projects that are currently being tackled. For example, 600 new apartments are being built in the former Bürgerhospital in Stuttgart-Nord. In Stuttgart-West, a new quarter with 223 apartments can be created when the Olga Hospital moves. In addition, the Nackarpark will be developed and the Kettersiedlung will be replaced by a new building with 180 apartments. In Düsseldorfer Straße 128 apartments will be built, and 330 apartments in the new development area Langenäcker-Wiesert in Stammheim (expert committee for property values). Stuttgart 21 could make further new building space available in the future. Prices are rising due to the shortage: The floor reference values for one- to two-storey residential construction have risen by 10%, for multi-storey residential construction and dense development by 10-20% and in the commercial sector by 5-10%.

Top locations Stuttgart

City division Stuttgart

Stuttgart is divided into 23 districts and 152 quarters. There are 5 inner city districts and 18 outer city districts. The inner city districts are called: Mitte, Nord, Ost, Süd and West.


Stuttgart-North is one of the inner city districts of Stuttgart. It includes the districts Relenberg, Lenzhalde, Am Bismarckturm, Killesberg, Weißenhof, Nordbahnhof, Am Pragfriedhof, Am Rosensteinpark, Auf der Prag, Mönchhalde and Heilbronner Straße. The district has 26,500 inhabitants and covers an area of 682 hectares. The district convinces by its versatility. In the district there are commercial and service areas, housing estates and villas. Stuttgart-North has parts in the basin and on the slope. The district of Killesberg is particularly sought after. Here, a new apartment costs 4,655 euros per square metre, an existing apartment 5,221 euros per square metre. The average price per square metre for a house (existing stock) is 3,165 euros, a newly built house can be purchased for an average of 4,527 euros per square metre. The apartment rent in Killesberg is 14.97 euros per square metre (existing) and 12.92 euros per square metre (new) (Capital).


Degerloch is a city district which was incorporated into Stuttgart in 1908. The district comprises the districts Degerloch, Waldau, Tränke, Haigst and Hoffeld. Degerloch has a population density of 2,039 inhabitants per square meter. The area is estimated for its elevated location. According to the real estate portal “Immowelt”, the purchase prices for apartments with 40-80 square meters were 7,224 euros per square meter in August 2019. Houses with 140-180 square meters cost an average of 725,000 euros. In August 2019, the rental prices for an apartment in Degerloch were 12.14 euros per square metre for an apartment with 40-80 square metres.


Gänseheide is a district in the city district east. In 2014 there were 3,660 inhabitants living in the district. The district is marked by the history of the district as “place of the rich and beautiful” in the second half of the 19th century. The villas built at that time still enchant today and give the district its special charm. An existing apartment in Gänseheide has an average price per square metre of 5,035 euros, a newly built apartment costs an average of 7,495 euros per square metre. The rental prices for an apartment in Gänseheide are 13.62 (existing) and 12.92 (new) euros per square metre.


Bopser is both a mountain in Stuttgart and a district in the southern part of the city. The television tower stands on top of Bopser. The area is known for its impressive villas or the teahouse. Nowadays the area is very popular because it offers exciting architecture, forest and a great view of the city. Existing apartments cost on average 6,650 euros per square metre, new apartments 4,655 euros per square metre. An existing house can be bought for 3,165 euros per square metre, a new house for 4,527 euros per square metre (Capital). The rent per square metre is around 17.10 (existing) and 12.92 (new) euros per square metre.

European Quarter

Since 1990, the Europaviertel has been developing on the site of the former freight and marshalling yard as part of “Stuttgart 21”. The quarter is described as one of the most important inner city developments in Germany. Attractions in the quarter are the Mailänder Platz and the municipal library. In the Europaviertel, individual projects such as the luxury high-rise “Cloud 7” are achieving top prices. Here, condominiums were sold for more than 15,000 euros per square meter. The average price per square meter for apartments in the Europaviertel is 4,450 euros per square meter.

Real estate trends Stuttgart 2019

Price developments Stuttgart

 In 2018, the Stuttgart property market generated a turnover of 4.19 billion euros. The turnover in 2018 was thus 600 million euros higher than in the previous year.  In the first quarter of 2019 a plus of 25% was recorded. While the number of contracts in Stuttgart is falling, real estate prices are rising. In 2018, the ground reference values increased by 10-20% for properties with 1-2 floors. There is a shortage of land and buildings for sale. The high demand and the low supply are causing prices to rise.  Günter Siebers, the chairman of the expert committee for the determination of land values in Stuttgart (Stuttgarter Nachrichten) also confirms that there is no end to this imbalance in sight for the time being.


Since Stuttgart offers only little building land and will reach its demographic limits, two trends in particular are emerging in Stuttgart. Firstly, the move to the surrounding area, which is taking place particularly during the so-called “millenials”, and the trend towards higher and more expensive individual properties. Because if Stuttgart can continue to grow, then at some point it will only grow upwards.

New building development Stuttgart 2019

Since building land is scarce in Stuttgart, new buildings are being erected in previously developed locations. Thus the Christus-Erlöser-Kirche is demolished. Here a “place of the future” is to be created in which the areas of care and encounter (including a day care centre) are to be covered. Another demolition project is the Home Economics School at Stöckachplatz. The Stuttgarter Wohnungs- und Städtebaugesellschaft mbH wants to buy and develop the area. Various locations are also to be created here, including a shopping area and 40 apartments. 70 condominiums are also being built at Maybachstrasse 18 in Feuerbach and in Stuttgart West at Rückertstrasse 11-17. 79 condominiums are being built here. But Stuttgart is also investing in education. Current construction projects are the new building of the technology faculty of the Duale Hochschule and the extension of the state library.

Regulations Stuttgart 2019

The Stuttgart interior development model is already taking effect in Stuttgart. This model has now been tightened up. The quota of subsidised apartments will rise from 20% to 30% of the floor space and even to 45% if the apartments are not built in the project itself. Other changes to the model are the commitment periods for social rental apartments, which have been doubled from 15 years to 30 years. For medium-income tenants, the commitment period is extended from 15 to 20 years. A further change is the lowering of the threshold at which the specifications of the interior development model take effect. This is now 900 square metres.

Milieu protection Stuttgart

Bisland there is only one Milieuschutzsatzung in Stuttgart in the Nordbahnhofviertel. However, the high-rise buildings in Friedhof- and Mönchstraße are excluded from this. Otherwise there are no other milieu protection areas in Stuttgart, although these are increasingly demanded by tenants. For example, the milieu protection for Cannstatter Strasse was rejected in 2018. The issue of milieu protection is also a contentious issue in the south of Stuttgart.

Sources: Wikipedia, Stuttgarter Nachrichten, Amt für Statistik Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgarter Zeitung, Region-Stuttgart.org, IHK Stuttgart, Stadtportal Stuttgart, Mit Vergnügen, Heimtipps Stuttagrt, Gutachterausschuss Stuttgart, DZ HYP Immobilienmarkt Deutschland 2018/2019, Wohnmarktbericht Stuttgart Volksbank AG, ibb Dr. Hettenbach Institut,  Ausblick auf den deutschen Immobilienmarkt 2019 Deutsche Bank AG, Capital, Immowel, Buisiness Insider, Immobilienbrief Stuttgart (Ausgabe 260)

Comparison value method

One method of determining fair value is the comparative value method. In this procedure, the property to be valued is compared with recently sold, similar properties. The average selling price per square meter of the properties already sold is used as the starting value. A separate price per square meter is created by adding or subtracting individual circumstances. This price is multiplied by the number of square meters of the property. The sales values of the other properties are available from the Expert Committee for Real Estate Values Stuttgart.

Capitalised earnings value method

Another method is the capitalised earnings value method. The value of the property to be valued is calculated using the following formula: capitalized income value=land value+building income value of the building assets. The building income value is calculated from the gross income (annual rent/usual rent) minus the management costs (maintenance and administration costs, etc.). After this first deduction, you get the net revenue of the property. If you deduct the land value interest (land value x property interest), you get the net income of the building. To arrive at the building income value, you have to multiply it by the multiplier. The multiplier is derived from the remaining useful life and the real estate interest. The property rate reflects the future expectations of the market participants.

Property value method

In the asset value method, the values of buildings and land are determined separately. In the asset value method, the question is what it would cost to build the buildings today. The values then determined are subtracted with the reduction in age value and adjusted to the current property market. Guidelines for the asset value method are set out under “Normal construction costs” under “Status 2010/Normal construction costs 2010” in the “Guidelines for determining the asset value”.


Our real estate agency uses, among other things, the SWOT analysis. By means of this analysis, the strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and risks of the property are determined and put into interaction. The analysis serves the precision of the determined sales price and clarifies you and us comprehensively about your property. This way you go prepared for the sale and we can market the property with the greatest transparency and know-how. We also determine how the positive aspects of your property can be strengthened and the negative aspects minimized. Strengths (“strenghts”) are, for example, a secure tenant structure, a good building fabric or a popular location. Weaknesses are high ancillary costs, renovation requirements and traffic noise. Opportunities are a possible upgrading of the area, for example through a new transport connection. A “threat” is the dismantling of the infrastructure or an upward shift in age. Risks and opportunities are environmental factors, strengths and weaknesses Object and environmental factors. Political and legal conditions can influence the advantages and disadvantages of your property. For example, environmental protection areas or the rent brake are taken into account in the SWOT analysis.


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