GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT
REAL ESTATE IN GERMANY
Like any other country in the world, housing in Germany cannot be generalized. Hamburg districts are completely different in character than Frankfurt or Munich districts, and accommodation costs are higher in Frankfurt than in Bremen. Currently, the two most expensive urban areas are Munich and Frankfurt, followed by Hamburg, and Berlin catching up quickly.
Finding a nice apartment or house is difficult, both in urban as in rural areas. Any "nice" living space in Germany's metropolises is highly sought after. Real estates are quickly gone from the market, faster than a foreigner could establish whether he would like that apartment. And in rural areas, houses rarely are rented out - they are bought. And marketed offline. Where would you actually look for an apartment or house? And what do you need to do to get your desired apartment in central Munich? Strip? Well, yes - at least financially you have to disclose any information you may think of. And in Dillingen, rural small town? Here you can actually dictate your own conditions. Our Relocation Managers will support you negotiating the best possible deal for you.