Real Estate Innsbruck:
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Looking for real estate Innsbruck? We help you rent or buy
You would like to buy a house in the Tyrolean capital? Contact us and you will receive an appointment to view the property within a week. If required, we will prepare a purchase offer for you that already includes all important contractual points. You will enjoy expert support throughout the entire process.
You want to buy, sell, rent or lease commercial real estate in Innsbruck? At Arealita you will find the right real estate agent for this. We help with relocation or conveyance. With us you will find commercial properties in top locations in Innsbruck. After all, you need the right commercial property in Innbruck for a successful business.
You want to rent a flat in Innsbruck? At Arealita you will find affordable rental flats in Hötting, Pradl, Arzl and Reichenau. Contact us and you will receive an appointment to view your chosen rental flat within one week. You will receive an exact breakdown of the rental costs in the exposé upon request.
You want to buy a flat in Innsbruck? With us you will find condominiums in the best districts of the city. We take care of the negotiations with the seller for you. And you get your new flat at a fair price. On request, we will send you a detailed exposé with all the information about the selected flat.
Your advantages with us, your real estate agent from Innsbruck
We ensure legally sound processing thanks to the legal training of the managing director and certified brokers.
Free initial consultation:
Our first consultation appointment costs you nothing.
NEW! We take on direct customer contacts:
We take on talks, viewings etc. with tenants and buyers.
Acting as a real estate trustee:
Arealita gives you security as a real estate trustee during the purchase process.
You save yourself the trip to offices and authorities. We take care of that for you.
Thanks to our legal know-how, we can prepare binding purchase offers for a quick sale.
Arealita creates professional photos itself, which enhance our real estate ads and make them visible.
Small and flexible team:
The size of our team allows us to act flexibly and react quickly.
Parking for clients:
Our office is located close to the centre and offers free parking during the consultation.
Planning without nasty surprises:
No fear of nasty surprises thanks to precise process planning.
What our customers say about us
We discovered a flat on the internet at Arealita Immobilien that exactly matched our expectations. Mr. Weger was very competent from the beginning, available at all times and gave us the best advice on all questions about the property and the rental contract. We were not pushed to make a hasty decision, which we also found very pleasant.
Mr. Bernhard Großruck was able to create a professional advertisement with beautiful photos of my furnished flat. Thus, he quickly found a reliable and trustworthy tenant for my flat in Innsbruck. I would like to thank him for the good cooperation and quick handling.
Mr. Bernhard Großruck was a great help to me in the valuation
of my property in Innsbruck-Land.
The team of Arealita Immobilienmakler with Matthias Weger is very competent, nice and reliable. We will gladly use the service again.
When selling my garçonnière in Innsbruck, I felt very well looked after by Arealita Immobilientreuhand und Sachverständigen GmbH. Reliable, serious and customer-oriented - a top service.
I would like to thank you again for the great work and support both in buying and renting my property in Innsbruck! I couldn't imagine it any better. All the best for the future!
We found Arealita to be very professional and friendly. The whole process was uncomplicated and quick for us as sellers.
We can ONLY recommend.
Real estate in the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck
Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, is the fifth largest city in Austria. It lies 574 metres above sea level, directly at the foot of the Nordkette. Innsbruck has 132,110 inhabitants spread over an area of 104.81 square kilometres. This results in a population density of 1260 inhabitants per square kilometre.
The property market in Innsbruck
In recent years, there has been a large influx into the city of Innsbruck and with it, the prices per square metre have also risen. You can currently expect an average rent of 16 euros per square metre. In general, the average price per square metre in the Tyrolean capital is currently just under 5,000 euros per square metre.
High quality of life and living
The large growth in recent years can be attributed to the city's good quality of life. Residents of the Tyrolean capital benefit from a mature infrastructure network and a wide range of leisure activities. The nearby mountains also attract numerous tourists to Innsbruck every year.
The city combines a historic old town centre, rural flair of the settlement areas, well-connected residential areas, numerous historic landmarks and a wide range of cultural activities. Tourism accounts for a large part of Innsbruck's economic revenue.
Popular districts for real estate in the Tyrolean capital:
- All Saints' Day
- Höttinger Au
- Olympic Village
- Saint Nicholas
- Inner city
Hötting: The residential area with village character
Next to Wilten, the Innsbruck district of Hötting has the oldest settlement points. There are numerous churches in Hötting and the district offers a favourable settlement area. Hötting has been able to retain its village character to this day, which its residents greatly appreciate.
Hötting has 6,250 inhabitants living in an area of 4.26 square kilometres. In 2001, 1136 buildings were counted in the district. This number has grown strongly in recent years as the area has become increasingly popular with people looking for housing.
With its large area, the residential district on the southern slope of the Nordkette mountain range takes up almost half of Innsbruck's urban area. The Innsbruck public transport company has opened up the district with several bus and tram lines.
Pradl: The sporty district
The district of Pradl is located to the east of Innsbruck's city centre. The river Sill separates the district from the city centre. It covers an area of 3.8 square kilometres and has 19,988 inhabitants. In 2014, 1652 buildings were counted in Pradl. This number has increased rapidly in recent years due to the large increase in residents.
Pradl has very good transport connections and impresses with its proximity to Innsbruck's main railway station. There is a good connection to the bus and tram network and even a night bus line has been set up in the district.
Residents benefit from the favourable transport location also due to the good connection to the Inntal motorway A12 and the Brenner motorway A13.
Due to the large number of inhabitants, Pradl has numerous kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, as well as its own cemetery and parish.
The district has a lot to offer for sporting leisure activities:
- Municipal indoor swimming pool Amraserstraße
- Sports ground Tivoli
- Football stadium with its football club Wacker Innsbruck
- Olympic Hall
- Tivoli outdoor swimming pool
- Rapoldi Park
Reichenau: The settlement area at the mouth of the Inn and Sill rivers
In the east of Innsbruck lies Reichenau with 12,133 inhabitants. There are 480 buildings in an area of 1.01 square kilometres. In the past, the district served a variety of commercial uses. Today, Reichenau is a popular residential area.
The district has several kindergartens, a primary school, a new secondary school and a grammar school. Two large green spaces with playgrounds and sports facilities provide ample recreational opportunities for the residents of Reichenau.
The district is well connected to the Innsbruck public transport network and has several bus and tram lines.
The Reichenau is the district in Innsbruck where many clubs settled particularly early on:
Arzl: The village on the southern slope of the Nordkette mountain range
Arzl, a district with 11,162 inhabitants, is located in the north-east of Innsbruck. The district of the Tyrolean capital extends over 21 square kilometres.
Arzl was an independent village with a lot of agricultural use until 1940. It was then incorporated into Innsbruck. However, the district has managed to retain its rural character to this day.
Arzl is located on the southern slope of the Nordkette on the old village road from Innsbruck to Hall in Tyrol. The district is also home to a scenically protected part of the Nordkette, namely the Kalvarienberg with its chapel, to which a Way of the Cross leads up.
The Olympic Village was built at the foot of the Inn River for the Winter Games. It is located in the Neu-Arzl industrial estate.