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August 30th, 2018 

Thank you JT Foxx for providing this incredible network of entrepreneurs and coaches. Coach Cherie, thank you for helping us build LegacyBuildersGlobal. Thanks also to Coach Kevin for his support with all the contracts.

WELCOME Kati Israel! Kati joins the LegacyBuidlers Global family as a Partner. Kati is an international Speaker and very successful Real Estate veteran. She trains Real Estate agents and helps them to become excellent in Sales and Marketing. Kati will help our operational partners in the countries and their agents to accelerate their growth.

Her knowledge will benefit our Investors and Partners greatly as LegacyBuilders Global will become a leading force in attracting the best high performing partners and agents.



August 29th, 2018 

We are very happy to announce the newest addition to our Team in Germany. Welcome Johannes Schäfer to the LegacyBuilders! Jennifer and I are sure our investors will benefit greatly from this addition to the team!

August 15th, 2018 

LegacyBuilders has entered the Dutch property market as: LegacyBuilders Netherlands, that will be represented by; Robin Knulst.

Real estate worldwide has a lot of similarities in strategies, appraising, negotiating etc. But every market in every country is different and has it’s own set of laws and rules.

Because of the transition from the German to the Dutch property market, we’ve searched, and will keep searching, for the differences between both markets. We will share these with you to widen your spectrum and to expand your investing possibilities on an international scale.

These differences, with the pro’s and con’s, might help you decide wich market matches your investment style best. Otherwise it will give you the opportunity to become, or to expand, your portfolio as an international investor.

Here are 3 very important differences between the Dutch and the German property markets!

1. In Germany there is not, as in the Netherlands, a land registry where the details of real estate can be found publicly. For example, it is difficult to find out who bought the property and at what price. This makes the purchasing process complex and slow.

2. In Germany 60% of the Real Estate market consists of rental property. In the Netherlands there are four major segments: office, residential, retail and industrial / logistics / business space.

3. The Dutch housing market has a big shortage. There's a huge demand with a small suply that's around 25% of the total demand. The current suply can only provide for about 25% of the total demand.

Of course there are many more differences between these countries. If you want a more detailled desribtion of these differences or if you would like to learn more about investing in both the Netherlands and Germany, do contact us and see how we can work together!

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