Dudelange, the southern town
Ee mol, Ëmmer Diddeleng
More than a thousand dwellings to come
Dudelange, once called the “ Forge du sud” [Forge of the south], has experienced the eventful history of an industrial city, as was the case for Esch-sur-Alzette. Even so, the commune has managed to develop at the right time by creating major regional and national industrial zones. Through its housing plans and the revitalisation of its industrial wasteland, Dudelange intends to retain its historical place in the national landscape. The details with Dan Biancalana, burgomaster since 2014.
Dudelange was established through the iron and steel industry, before it began to diversify. Mr Biancalana, please explain this to us.
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How to become a tenant in Luxembourg ?
The legal and practical steps
In order to become a tenant in Luxembourg, and in order to be successful in so doing, it is first of all necessary to fulfil a number of conditions before embarking on any administrative procedure.
As a prospective tenant, your first task is to visit the premises in order to find a district, and accommodation – whether an apartment or a house, that suits you.
Having finally found your ideal home, you need to gather together the essential elements required in order to substantiate your plans. The essential items in your file in order to complete a tenancy contract in due form, are the following:
Renting while looking for the winning purchase
In Luxembourg, bricks and mortar are worth their weight in gold. So should we rent or take the leap of faith, and invest and… buy? As one needs to spend on average 1,359 euros a month to rent an apartment in the territory of the Grand Duchy, purchasing is still a safe bet. At 5,734 euros/m2, one would be mistaken to deprive oneself of the opportunity. An overview of the options.
New or old apartments, new or old houses, it’s the same difference. Prices explode, or they soar. In order to buy or rent an apartment or a house, one still has to raid the piggy bank either way. The Observatoire de l’habitat notes a constant increase in Luxembourg property prices: in 2015, one had to spend 1,618 euros a month for an 89 m2 apartment. This is now 7% more. As for a medium sized house, we are talking about the same kind of situation. Rental price: 3,651 euros per month. And n ...
A sustained supply, but prices increasing
The effervescence in the property sector remains a reality in Luxembourg. The Grand Duchy, which experienced (virtually) no financial crisis, saw soaring prices and an expanding supply. Given predicted growth of up to 60% in office property and 50% for residential property between now and 2020. For investors this is inspiring …
Some tore their hair out and railed against the property price explosion. Others were rubbing their hands with glee. In Luxembourg, accommodation is hard to find and expensive. According to the Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques [National institute of statistics and economic studies] of the Grand Duchy (Statec) and the Observatoire de l’habitat, in the second quarter of 2016, the average price index for housing prices saw an increase of 5.6%; +7.7% on the previous year. The average price per square metre for existing apartments was €4,613/m2, a ...
Offices in Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Offices space for let in a building opened in 2016: modern and surrounded by a beautiful green space
In the Kirchberg quarter of Luxembourg (10 minutes from the airport and downtown)
740 m2 to 7.720 m2
Access to many amenities
Negotiable prices and terms
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