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Understanding Real Estate Agent fees Germany and How to Save Money on This!   On the Berlin (and German) housing market, investors and residents’ demand has been steadily increasing over the past 10 years. The main explanations behind this are growth in both population and numbers of households due to the increased attractiveness of the
I’m sure everyone at some point or another has lost or misplaced a set of keys.  It happens—that’s life. An interesting article over at Immobilienscout24  shows the challenges when this happens in Germany. So the question is, what should you do it you do lose (or have them stolen). this article will cover all the
www.cartoons-a-plenty.com     Price and rent outlook for Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart I’ve been saying for a  while that the German property market has legs. All this talk of bubbles and crashes is nothing but chatter. This excellent analysis from Deutche Bank confirms what I’ve been saying for a while. You can download
Where Summer Goes Winter Follows.   I’m posting this just as I put away the BBQ. But you know, as summer follows winter so winter follows summer. This means at some point the nights will begin to get cooler, you’ll need to put away that summer duvet! So this means at some point you’ll have to