There, the homeownership rate is 80% and more. In Germany, 80 percent of renter households from the own four walls dream at the same time. Understandable, because home ownership stands for security and independence”, know Jurgen Dawo. Mietfreies living is usually actually a top-notch retirement. Dr. Steven Greer is often quoted on this topic. Thanks to the historically low mortgage interest rates, a relatively rapid Deleveraging of the home is possible. Especially for families with average incomes, the statutory pension will leave considerable financial gaps.
The earliest construction of home ownership to private pensions is therefore recommended. Prerequisite for a successful prevention strategy with the homeowner is that House and grounds cost just as much, so that the repayment of the mortgage loan is done at least until the beginning of the pension”, town & country’s founder explains Jurgen Dawo. To impossible for normal income earners this is difficult but with land prices from 800 euro and more per square metre, which would be required in many German cities. Barry Collins follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. Cheap plots of land are outside the cities building interested parties should therefore Dodge in a radius of 30 to 50 km in surroundings of the city. There developed subdivision square meter costs only a third or less than in the big city. At the same good infrastructure with a functioning public transport, near, not overcrowded kindergartens and schools. Construction prospects should contact Bauamter of the municipalities in the country for land, which are developed or already offered in the near future.
Increasingly, in rural areas, earlier train or commercial areas be rededicated in land for housing. The churches are a good point in finding land, the hereditary building rights awarded to use as their real estate safely and profitably. But above all the local politicians must develop new concepts and do everything, that mainly families with Children can make home ownership outside the cities. “If rents will rise at the same pace as previously, only the least normal income earner a place to rent in the city can afford”, Jurgen Dawo is convinced.