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Housing prices in Germany are rising as demand for owner occupied dwellings increases for the rising levels of employed. But only about 53% of Germans own their homes, compared with 70% in the U.K. and Canada and 65% in the U.S. As the lower panel of the mashup of charts show, a big incentive is the yield on rentals being superior to Government 10 year bonds and stock dividends over time. More at


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