Fact 310 real estate were offered in the first 9.5 months of 2011 in Munich’s old town. Logically, the Munich’s old town is the oldest district of the Bavarian capital. It is the first city district of Altstadt-Lehel together with the Lehel. The entire area of the old town is entered in the Bavarian monument list. The Munich District old town almost completely corresponds to the area of the historic centre, so the area, which was surrounded from the Middle Ages up to the end of the 18th century of the town fortifications. It is located 2 terrace levels of the Munich gravel plain, the Hirschauterrasse, and only a few metres higher historic terrace, on which the original city was founded.
The old city boundary is formed primarily by the old town square. Exceptions are in the North of the history gallery str./Brienner Street in the old town area and in the South-East of the road train Muller str./Rumfordstr. outside of the Altstadt ring. The old town is bordering on 4 districts, once the continuation of the historical districts of the city outside the city walls were: Lehel, Isarvorstadt, Maxvorstadt and Maxvorstadt. (1) the real estate market in Munich’s old town (current offers): 310 homes for sale were offered from January 1st to 16th October 2011. Of these, 272 condos and 38 houses were.
Plots were not covered during the evaluation. 25 apartments offered a roof terrace or were penthouse apartments. Offer price: Second-hand housing were on average EUR 7.200,-per m sq angebotem, new properties amounted to EUR 8.800,-. Flats in new building in the old town accounted for approximately 16%. The numbers of the houses are not very understandable: here the prices were surprisingly reasonable EUR 4.000,-per m m, which is unusual. (2) Munich historic sales figures in 2010: 63 used, as well as 22 new apartments were represented in the year 2010. The average of selling prices for the new amounted to EUR 527.000,-, EUR 406.000,-. Including the commercial 21 estate 10 apartment buildings at an average price of just under EUR sold, of which 10 million (3) “real estate in Munich’s old city are not only highly sought after since yesterday. Like to buy here financially not Munich and secure themselves a valuable investment in the capital of Bavaria. Specially designed roof terrace apartments in Munich’s old city are very sought after. “, so the owner of the company Fischer real estate, Rainer Fischer, from the Red Cross square in Munich, Neuhausen/Nymphenburg.” (1) source: Wikipedia; (2) source: Evaluation of the statistics programme of the IMV market data GmbH; (3) source: Statistics from the annual report of the Advisory Committee of the city of Munich. Information without guarantee. The above information has been carefully researched, errors can still infiltrate. Therefore assumes no liability for the above statements. Company description of Rainer Fischer real estate: the person company headquartered in Munich at the Red Cross square since 1995. It specializes in the marketing of residential real estate in the greater Munich area. Since were over 700 houses, condominiums and Conveys land to solvent buyers. The brokerage firm cooperates with external financing consultants, presented all offers on seven different platforms of Internet and sometimes new ways in marketing of real estate.