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PropTalk is the first podcast aimed specifically at real estate professionals. We talk to prominent representatives of the real estate industry about the relevant topics driving the market. Bricks, money, digitization – any industry-related subject goes. Listen in on the discussion!

#1 – Start up the Dream – Andy Dietrich, CEO of Strategiekollegen, and Sascha Donner, CIPO of EVANA, talk about typical mistakes and opportunities involved in the foundation of PropTechs.

#2 – What kind of growth should start-ups seek? How does internationalization come into play? And do we need it at all? These and other topics were discussed by #PropTalk-Moderator Andy Dietrich with Dr. Thomas Herr, Head of Digital Innovation EMEA at CBRE.

#3 – Regulated rental prices, rent caps, share deal bans – German legislators seem to aim at a constant regulation of the real estate market. We talk about this issue with Dr. Andreas Mattner, President of the German Property Federation (ZIA), the umbrella association of the German real estate industry.

#4 – For years, rents and prices have only known one direction. And still, low interest rates, the search for save havens and the lack of alternatives drive yet more investors into concrete gold. But how long can this go on? We asked Prof. Dr. Thomas Beyerle, Head of Group Research at Catella, to have a private conversation with us.

#5 – Alexander Ubach-Utermöhl, founder of blackprintpartners and chairman of the German PropTech Initiative, is first and foremost a family father. At least that is what he tells us in the newest episode of PropTalk. But of course, we also talked about the one big challenge currently moving our industry: digitization

#6 – On a cloudy and rainy November day, Claudia Nagel stood with her hands full in front of a closed door. A small child in her arms came up with an idea. Why do we still need keys today? That’s how Kiwi was born – and the rest is history. One of the stories of our new PropTalk episode.

#7 – Wolfgang Schäfers, owner of the real estate management department of the IREBS, is not only doctoral advisor for half the real estate industry, but also a successful triathlete. He has acquired the condition of research, teaching and business in many years. Reason enough to ask him some curious questions.

#1 – Start up the Dream – Andy Dietrich, CEO of Strategiekollegen, and Sascha Donner, CIPO of EVANA, talk about typical mistakes and opportunities involved in the foundation of PropTechs.

#2 – What kind of growth should start-ups seek? How does internationalization come into play? And do we need it at all? These and other topics were discussed by #PropTalk-Moderator Andy Dietrich with Dr. Thomas Herr, Head of Digital Innovation EMEA at CBRE.

#3 – Regulated rental prices, rent caps, share deal bans – German legislators seem to aim at a constant regulation of the real estate market. We talk about this issue with Dr. Andreas Mattner, President of the German Property Federation (ZIA), the umbrella association of the German real estate industry.

#4 – For years, rents and prices have only known one direction. And still, low interest rates, the search for save havens and the lack of alternatives drive yet more investors into concrete gold. But how long can this go on? We asked Prof. Dr. Thomas Beyerle, Head of Group Research at Catella, to have a private conversation with us.

#6 – On a cloudy and rainy November day, Claudia Nagel stood with her hands full in front of a closed door. A small child in her arms came up with an idea. Why do we still need keys today? That’s how Kiwi was born – and the rest is history. One of the stories of our new PropTalk episode.

#5 – Alexander Ubach-Utermöhl, founder of blackprintpartners and chairman of the German PropTech Initiative, is first and foremost a family father. At least that is what he tells us in the newest episode of PropTalk. But of course, we also talked about the one big challenge currently moving our industry: digitization

#7 – Wolfgang Schäfers, owner of the real estate management department of the IREBS, is not only doctoral advisor for half the real estate industry, but also a successful triathlete. He has acquired the condition of research, teaching and business in many years. Reason enough to ask him some curious questions.