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German housing returns lowest yields
Date: 30 September 2011
The German housing market returned to investors and homeowners the lowest yields in the world on a 40-year, 20-year and 10-year basis, according to a comprehensive new research report by University of Tilburg.

The survey also found that Germany was the worst performer in an overview of four key factors between 1990 and 2011, including average annualised price returns, average annualised price risk and stock correlation.

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