Vonovia boss brings change in tenancy law into discussion

Berlin – From the executive floor of the Vonovia housing group, the largest private landlord in Berlin after the takeover of Deutsche Wohnen, proposals for a change in tenancy law based on the example of Sweden are coming. Vonovia boss Rolf Buch said on Thursday, when taking stock of the company’s development in the first nine months of this year, that the system in Sweden would lead “to significantly greater peace”. There, the tenants’ union and landlord would negotiate the rents based on the inflation rate. The apartment rent increases with the salary.

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