Dresden is and remains the primary growth region in eastern Germany. The Saxon state capital is characterised by dynamic business development, cultural vibrancy and a high standard of living, all of which serve as positive inspiration in the building and property industry. The “Bauen Kaufen Wohnen” trade fair picks up on this theme and provides a platform for presentation in the second half of the year. The fourth edition of the trade fair will be held at the Messe Dresden convention centre on the 8th and 9th September, with more than 120 exhibitors presenting over an area of 4,000 sq m. The exhibitions will cover property purchases and financing, land, new construction and reconstructions/conversion, renovation, and furnishing one’s own four walls. With a focus on home ownership for young families, the fair is particularly aimed at a young target audience.
Experts from industry associations and consumer-protection organisations advise assessing the key factors of the property before building or purchasing. And this is where the “Bauen Kaufen Wohnen” trade fair comes in, offering all interested parties a market comparison and expert advice. On the property side of things, the main offers and services revolve around home/apartment ownership and land, plus architectural and construction planning and financing/funding. The building & renovating area, on the other hand, will showcase bathroom fittings, fireplaces, windows, doors, gates and other house-related features. Energy efficiency and the notion of choosing the right heating will also play a key role.
Investments in house and home need to be well considered – they’re not decisions that are made every day. With its extensive range of presentations, the trade fair provides important additional information for visitors, and specialist associations will also be on hand to offer extensive consumer information in the construction support centre. So this building and property trade fair is definitely worth a visit for anyone wanting tips and suggestions for their own four walls.