|Last Updated: Apr 29, 2013|
|COPENHAGEN - Apartments||COST (Ä)||YIELD (p.a.)||PRICE/SQ.M. (Ä)|
|TO BUY||MONTHLY RENT||TO BUY||MONTHLY RENT|
|50 sq. m.||176,300||962||6.54%||3,526||19.23|
|85 sq. m.||335,580||1,471||5.25%||3,948||17.31|
|120 sq. m.||471,960||2,038||5.18%||3,933||16.98|
|200 sq. m.||897,800||3,322||4.44%||4,489||16.61|
|Copenhagen K, Copenhagen S, Copenhagen N, Copenhagen O, Frederiksberg K, Charlottenlund, Gentofte, Hellerup, Holte, and Horsholm
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Residential property prices in Denmark have been stable during the past two years (2012-2013), according to StatBank Denmark. In Copenhagen, our research suggests that the price of apartments has remained stable, with maybe some upward price movement for the smallest apartments. Meanwhile, in Copenhagen, rents have also been stable.
The result is that rental yields on apartments in Copenhagen have hardly moved over the past year. Apartments of 120 square metres (sq. m.) yield 5.18%. Apartments of 50 sq. m. yield 6.54%.
These are quite attractive yields for a European city.
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