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  1. We are moving out of our 2-room flat in Neuhausen-Nymphenburg and are helping to find a new tenant from 1st June. The flat is beautifully located between Rotkreuzplatz and the canal. It is also fully furnished so ideal for anyone new to Munich and comes with underground parking. The large and bright living room is on the groundfloor, together with a small kitchen and a bathroom. There is also a large, privat terracewith entry to a community garden (the only flat in the house that does have direct entry). From the living room there are stairs leading downstairs to the lower-level bedroom. It is naturally darker down there, however there are windows. There is also an extra toilet and storage downstairs. The flat has been tastefully decorated by our landlady - from coffee machine to bedding - it is all there. The price is 1420 per month including bills and parking. You are allowed to sublet the underground parking for around 75 euros per month if you do not need it. If you are interested in the flat, please write me a message. Our landlady will be at the apartment today (13th May!) for a viewing but there might be later options available.   Best wishes from Germany!
  2. Why are landlords so picky?

    So I am going through a seperation and am looking for a flat in Cologne, and because of kids school/kindergarten, proximity to ex, my job etc, it has to be close to where I am living now. Almost every flat I have shown interest in online has turned out to be a fake, scammer or even identity thief.   About a month ago I viewed the perfect flat for me. It's affordable and 5 mins walk from the old place. I would have signed the rent contract in a second.   I just called Immobilienmakler after seeing the flat was still online to ask if the landlord has decided on a renter yet, and was told that nobody who has viewed the property so far is suitable.   WTF??? I have a perfect Schufa rating, earn ok, have no animals, don't smoke and have never in my life paid my rent late.   I just don't understand why they don't think I'm suitable. The Makler wouldn't tell me of course, and I have no way to contact the owner.   Could it be because I'm not a German citizen? (although there were lots of Germans at the viewing that also wanted the flat so can't be that).   Maybe because I have 2 children?   Any ideas or tips, I need to move out soon!   Thanks,   Britgirl
  3. Dear all,   do you need some nice green plants for your home / office / as a present? I have some ranging from eur10 to eur12- I can send you pictures via whats app +49 175 830 3585   They live with me in Munich - Address: Roecklplatz 3, 80469   Julia
  4. We all know how insane it is getting a flat contract in Berlin, especially if you're a foreigner. I have a wonderful place for a great price, that could use some modernizing. I cook everyday, yet the kitchen looks like it's from the 70s. Not a very sexy place to send hours in really. So I would like to replace the floors and install new and modern looking cabinets etc... maybe even remove the wall so it opens up into the dining room which would be lovely.   There's also a weirdly placed closet that comes out from the wall out about half a meter, that totally ruins the dining room. I would rather have an open space unobstructed then an inconveniently placed closet.   My landlord said I could do the renovations myself, out of my own pocket. And that anything I install, would become property of the building owner - my question is - is this a good idea to invest €3 - €5k? I will not be moving for at least another 3/4 years, which at that point I would buy. Curious if anyone has done this before?
  5. Flat for a couple

    Hello,We are a couple from Istanbul/Turkey, non smokers and no kids. I'm 39 years old, non-smoker and computer programmer and my wife is an Industrial Engineer. After long years working in a Dutch Bank in Turkey, I will start working at a company as a Software developer (with unlimited contract) in January 2019. We are currently in Istanbul/Türkei and we will move in January. We need a temporarily solution while a permanent house is found. Our budget is up to 1600 Euro for warm rent. (with all costs included)