Munich Tops European Cities for Real Estate, Report Shows

October 1, 2009 Updated: October 1, 2015
BEST PLACE: Munich has been named the top city out of 98 for real estate investors in a recent report. LaSalle Investment Management told Reuters its annual European Regional Economic Growth (E-REGI) index showed the German city can best withstand the current economic turmoil, due to strong wealth levels and diversified local and global businesses. This building is the beautifully classical Bavarian Government Building (Bayerische Staatskanzlei), the former Bavarian Army Museum. (Johannes Simon/Getty Images)
BEST PLACE: Munich has been named the top city out of 98 for real estate investors in a recent report. LaSalle Investment Management told Reuters its annual European Regional Economic Growth (E-REGI) index showed the German city can best withstand the current economic turmoil, due to strong wealth levels and diversified local and global businesses. This building is the beautifully classical Bavarian Government Building (Bayerische Staatskanzlei), the former Bavarian Army Museum. (Johannes Simon/Getty Images)

Munich has been named the top city out of 98 for real estate investors in a recent report.

LaSalle Investment Management told Reuters its annual European Regional Economic Growth (E-REGI) index showed the German city can best withstand the current economic turmoil, due to strong wealth levels and diversified local and global businesses.

This building is the beautifully classical Bavarian Government Building (Bayerische Staatskanzlei), the former Bavarian Army Museum.