Property investment opportunities around Greater Copenhagen for Investors
It is been almost ten years post financial crisis where real estate markets around Europe and elsewhere are still uncertain amidst the changing regional and global economic markets. However, Greater Copenhagen is great for businesses looking for stability and growth.
In the past few years, Scandinavia is becoming very popular among internationals to live and work. Greater Copenhagen has some of the best offers, especially in property investment opportunities –having high yields, low transaction costs and major new urban development areas.
Services for International investors
The Danish economy has performed well before, during and after the financial crisis. The national debt is low, and the development of the Danish economy is significantly less volatile over time than most other European economies. As a result, Denmark gets an AAA rating by Standard & Poor’s.
Free business services: Copenhagen Capacity (Founded as a non-profit organisation) offers free business consulting services to foreign-owned businesses contemplating investing or locating in Greater Copenhagen. Copenhagen Capacity is Copenhagen’s official organisation for investment promotion and business development.
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Major new urban development areas
Greater Copenhagen has 20 new urban development areas to offer, many of them near the city centre. The urban development areas include former commercial harbour and industrial areas which are being transformed into attractive residential areas complete with schools, day care institutions, sports and leisure facilities as well as modern office buildings. Moreover, many of the urban development areas will be transformed into climate-friendly city districts.
Five reasons to invest in Greater Copenhagen
- High yield on investments
- Low transaction costs
- A unique mortgage system
- Low national debt – AAA credit rating by Standard & Poor’s
- The City of Copenhagen’s population will increase by 20% from 2014-25