Housing Bubble in Germany


Bundesbank Warns of Housing Bubble; Germans Blame ECB

BERLIN | By Alberto Lozano | Housing prices in Germany have skyrocketed since 2010 -in big cities prices up to 25%, according to the Bundesbank, which points out overvaluation could reach 20%, giving “ise to fears of a broad-based property price boom.” Germans are already pointing to the ECB as the main culprit.