German property profits as safe haven from euro crisis – E&Y
16 January 2012, 07:54 PM
The strong interest that German real estate has attracted since the beginning of the euro crisis is set to continue this year as investors are still looking for safe havens rather than high yields, according to Ernst & Young Real Estate.
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