More and more French people move to Berlin and “an increasing number turns to Berlin to invest in rented apartments”. At ADEN Immo, “the investors represent 60 to 70% of the French customers from now on”. Those see in Berlin low prices per square meter compared to those applied in other European cities, as well as the opportunity to make profit. “Real estate prices rose by 10% during the last year”. Moreover, although the rental yield remains low, it does not put investors off since the unpaid rents remain unusual and because finding a tenant is easy. Finally French people are also lured by the very attractive German tax law. David Nguyen maintains: “80% of ADEN Immo’s customers pay no tax at all”. Thus, this craze enables ADEN Immo to “close around fifty red, white and blue contracts every year”. Will you be one of them?