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As a leading real estate bank in Germany, DZ HYP offers comprehensive financing solutions for your real estate project – whether for commercial, housing, municipal or private investment.
Welcome to DZ HYP!
DZ HYP is a leading real estate bank, and a major issuer of Pfandbriefe (German covered bonds) in Germany. Established through the merger between two successful institutions with roots in the co-operative business, DG HYP and WL BANK, we are a reliable and solution-oriented partner to our clients. Our fields of activity are the four business divisions of Commercial Real Estate Investors, Housing Sector, Public Sector, and Retail Customers/Private Investors.
As a centre of competence and a comprehensive specialist for real estate finance and local-authority lending within the Cooperative Financial Network, we take responsibility for your success. Our product and service range covers the entire spectrum of real estate finance and local-authority lending.
We offer you comprehensive expertise, a sustainable partnership, and reliable and competent advice. Proximity is our most important asset: personal, professional and regional. We take interest in your motivations, in your special requirements, and how we can support you locally. This translates into our daily work – with high quality service, strong commitment, and with the spirit of a competent and trusting partner.
Benefit from our vast experience and high expertise in financing commercial, residential and municipal building projects.
Commercial Real Estate Investors
Clients (regardless of their legal form or status) who create, operate, or trade in real estate in a commercial capacity
Municipal, cooperative, church-owned or other housing enterprises, as well as members of the Federation of German Housing and Real Estate Enterprises (GdW) providing affordable housing for a substantial share of the population.
German local authorities or their legally dependent operations, special public-law administrative unions,
Public/Private Partnerships (PPPs), and public-sector institutions.
Retail Customers/Private Investors
Consumers (as defined by section 13 of the German Civil Code) and other customers (regardless of their legal form or status) who invest in real estate for their own use, or for investment.