It is truly an extraordinary, historic time that we have been experiencing for almost a year. And no one knows today what ‘the situation afterwards’ will look like in everyday life. Many have only just got to know their own four walls with the sometimes harsh restrictions during the crisis and found out whether their current home still fits. Those who have discovered that more space is needed in principle or because of a home office, who want a larger terrace or closer access to a natural environment, have begun to look for something new that better meets their changed needs.

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Owners in the ‘Mobimo Tower’ have the opportunity to take advantage of the services of the five-star ‘Renaissance’ hotel, such as use of the fitness and spa area with sauna and steam bath, a laundry service and an exclusive room service around the clock. Photo: © Amanda Rikotic

While forecasts regarding the development of the Swiss residential property market were still contradictory last summer, like many things in these turbulent times marked by uncertainty, it has since been confirmed that some values have withstood the turmoil of the crisis unshakably. Not entirely surprisingly, these include residential real estate. In Switzerland, one did not have to worry too much about the value of one’s own home, even if during the initial shock phase there were rumours to the contrary here and there.

Solidly financed residential real estate is basically crisis-resistant. The demand for single-family houses and condominiums has risen sharply throughout Switzerland in recent months, not without a corresponding positive effect on the price level. So anyone thinking of selling his property in 2021 is not doing anything wrong if the first steps are taken soon in the new year. The competent team at Wüst and Wüst will be happy to assist you.