Archive for December, 2019

Senate Department Real

Posted by John Sommers on 25th December 2019 in General

Oliver Hirt and Franz Rembold develop real estate in Berlin and Leipzig. Now, townhouses in Berlin caused Middle waterfront. Due to the economic crisis, speaks most places about the escape in concrete gold. Franz Rembold and his Leipzig partner Oliver Hirt developed and build mid-exclusive townhouses in the port quarter mitte.com in the middle of the Berlin Government quarter in Berlin and see good chances for the house purchase and the investment of their town house series. Only, not any real estate is crisis-proof. Experts see good chance first and foremost for the luxury property in sought after location. Luxury residential real estate market Germany – Dahler & company Dahler & company study valued the German recently the market for luxury real estate.

You define a house sale worth about 750,000 euros as luxury real estate, whether detached or semi-detached house, Villa, townhouse or townhouse, House, townhouse or country house. Almost 200,000 homes fall under the category of luxury in Germany. After all, 1.3% of all single-family homes. On average, a luxury home cost 1.37 million euros. Munich, Hamburg and Berlin are the top locations. The most expensive homes sold in Munich, Hamburg, Berlin and Dusseldorf. Sylt also includes and is particularly notable for extremely expensive real estate. Town-House trend in Berlin according to Raghavan 2003 was presented for the first time a townhouse concept for Berlin Centre in the Friedrichswerder, which developed the Senate Department for urban development.

85 percent of the 47 exclusive townhouses sold one year after construction. in 2006 came the first of the 60 houses in Prenzlauer gardens in the neighbouring Prenzlauer Berg, who in turn faster than expected were sold then. \”A demand for this kind of town houses has arisen. In addition to large attics, penthouses and apartments townhouses are needed now,\”so the Berlin Franz Rembold. \”Important factors indicate that there is enough potential for more townhouses,\” business partner be Oliver Hirt, who perfectly knows the market in Berlin and Leipzig.

Health Disasters And Development

Posted by John Sommers on 19th December 2019 in General

CONSIDERATIONS ON DISASTER Ms. Claudia Gomez Prieto 2002 natural disasters-earthquakes, cyclones, floods, volcanic eruptions, avalanches, etc .- have blinded millions of lives. In the last twenty years have also produced some kind of impact about 800 million people, and caused losses of more than 50,000 million dollars only in property damage. As Eric Noji said in his report “The Nature of Disasters. Characteristics and effects on public health, “a major disaster occurs almost daily in the world, and natural one, which requires international support for affected populations is presented weekly. Moreover, based on threats of disasters, are likely to be worse in the future.

The increased population density in flooded land in vulnerable coastal areas and near fault lines, the development and transport of many toxic and hazardous materials, and the rapid industrialization of countries development, have drawn attention from experts on the future occurrence of disasters, with the potential of millions of victims. In fact our planet will continue over the coming decades exposed to countless storms, floods, landslides, earthquakes, wildfires, tornadoes, droughts, volcanic eruptions, which unfortunately must be added the related urban violence, terrorism, and emergency complex, with large numbers of displaced populations. The consequences of disasters are current economic turmoil, collapse of political structures, violence, social conflict, famine, disease and mass displacement of populations. Much of the damage caused by natural and man made disasters could be avoided with the basic implementation of prevention and preparedness measures. Definition of disaster disasters are sudden events or unstoppable, causing damage and human and material losses of such magnitude or severity exceeding the response capacity of conventional systems, justifying the mobilization of extra resources.

 

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