Here you’ll find literature, essays, vdp studies, and informational material about Pfandbriefe and real-estate, public-sector, ship, and aircraft financing. It also includes our extensive vdp publication series, which brings together the knowledge and experience of a variety of Pfandbrief experts, who offer in-depth examinations of such aspects as the mortgage lending value, funding issues, and security rights over real property in Europe. Where available, you can also order our publication series in print version.
Real Estate Market in Germany in early 2019
The latest vdp analysis of the German property market shows that the brisk demand for residential and office properties continues to set the tone of the market. New construction in the housing and office property segments provided hardly any relief last year.
Real Estate Market in Germany in early 2018
By focusing on selected indicators, the article provides an up-to-date overview of movements in the housing and office property markets in Germany. Given how sensitively real estate markets react to the economic situation, this overview is preceded by a summary of the macroeconomic conditions.
Facts & Figures 2017
Funding Activities of the Pfandbrief Banks
The Pfandbrief Banks’ lending business
Outlook Pfandbrief market
Structures of Residential Property Finance 2017
Findings of a survey conducted among the member banks of the Association of German Pfandbrief Banks
The Legal Framework for Issuing Pfandbriefe
Pfandbriefe are covered interest-bearing bonds. They are issued by credit institutions with a license to engage in Pfandbrief business (Pfandbrief Banks) and placed on the capital market. These credit institutions use them to fund certain loans that are secured by real estate liens, ship mortgages, aircraft mortgages and claims against public-sector bodies. Depending on the type of collateralization, these bonds are referred to as Mortgage Pfandbriefe, Ship Pfandbriefe, Aircraft Pfandbriefe or Public Pfandbriefe respectively. Most Pfandbriefe are issued in the form of bearer bonds, followed by registered bonds.
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