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  1. Hi  all I am moving out from my apartment  and it is free from July   It is 1 room fully furnished apartment, near olympiapark and ackermanbogen (one of the best locations of Munich) Suitable for one person but 2 also can fit for short time, there is a big double bed available. big bathroom with tub, build in kitchen etc..  bascially all items available to moive in like hotel   you can rent it for 2-4 months or 1 year.     price for 1 person 1000 euro and includes all costs except of internet and GEZ. wifi hotspots ara available in apartment for 25 euro     p.s in case of 2 persons price might increase slightly because of utility costs need to confirm with landlord    
  2. I've gone through the internet and the forums extensively, but I can't find the right combination of circumstances in any of the questions. Currently I live in Germany for the past 5 years, but I will soon become cross-border, travelling to Berlin for 3 days a week. I'm looking for a small apartment to stay. The conditions state the notice waiver of 3 years (longer than the normal 1-2 years, but still legal as far as I searched), but with the following "Möglichkeit" Es wird eine Staffelmiete mit einer Steigerung um 2,5% jährlich vereinbart, ferner ein wechselseitiger Kündigungsverzicht für die ersten drei Jahre mit der Möglichkeit einen Nachmieter zu finden.   I've read about the Nachmieterklausel, and I assume that's what it refers to. Does that clause create an obligation of the Vermieter to accept a Nachmieter (assuming he accepts the lease as-is and has similar characteristics as me), or is the standard "can, but doesn't have to accept the Nachmieter" setup kick in?   Meanwhile I'm waiting for the draft contract, I would share if I know the exact wording.
  3. I have left my room since December last year and until now I have not received my kaution/deposit back from my landlord. He only replied once saying that he will check my room and after that there was no news. I sent him another email to ask for my deposit back and until now there has not been any reply. Above that, he has been pestering my now ex-housemate to leave the apartment with short notices but by right she should be given 3 months notice in writing that has not occurred yet. What can we do?
  4. Because our landlord refuses to repair the heating (it's on in our child's bedroom and I can't turn it off), I have just sent them a letter saying that I am paying 10% less rent until it is fixed (Mietminderung). At the same time I sent a letter to cancel the direct debit authorisation (Lastschriftverfahren), so I will need to transfer the rent myself (and thus can deduct the 10%).   I just noticed there is a clause in the rental contract that states that when I transfer the rent myself, they will charge 15 euros extra. Are they allowed to do that? I googled it, but couldn't find anything on it.   Bei Selbstzahlung hat der Mieter dem Vermieter dessen Buchungsmehraufwand mit einer monatlichen Zahlung von 15,00 euro zu vergüten.
  5. Hi all, I recently graduated from uni and started working full time here, and have had abysmal luck with finding a WG. There's one offer from a 3 person Zweck-WG that I'm considering, and I did visit the place and meet the main tenant (both don't seem shady), but she's requested a minimum rental contract of one year. I don't know if this is the norm, or if this is indicative of a bad living situation (previous unsatisfied tenants wanting to jump ship) and this will lock me in. Also, I'm still in my six month Probezeit and there's always the uncertainty of me still being there after.   On a related topic, I also wanted to ask your thoughts on the rental costs compared to income - it's €500 Warm against my €2500 monthly salary, before taxes. It (just barely) meets the "30% of your salary) rule, but I don't know if I should take the risk and look for something cheaper - my current lease ends end of May.
  6. I am about to move out to a new place, and recently I discussed the painting of the apartment with my landlord for which I need some advice. When I moved into the apartment, walls (and the ceiling) had no wallpaper or paint. Well, the wall itself was made of some white material (sorry don't know what they call it), but it was full of bumps. Anyway, I put wallpapers on all walls and ceiling and painted them afterward. However, I chose a paper of different color for one of the walls in the living room. So, the landlord told me to either remove everything like the first day or change and paint the wallpaper of that wall in the living room instead. Well, the third option would be to come to an agreement with the next tenant!  Unfortunately, I do not have enough time to do too much repair job in the apartment, so I want to keep it as minimum as possible. But, I also do not want to hire others to do these stuff as I know it will cost a lot even for small work. Since this is my first time to move to another place (in Germany), I like to hear people's advice on that.   
  7. Dear All,   We are searching for 3 room apartment to move on 15.05.2019, with my wife and baby son. Furnished or Unfurnished both will work for us. The maximum budget is 1400 Euro.   The preferred location is between Unterschleissheim to City Centre.    Kindly support by providing us some links, contacts or apartment viewing appointments.
  8. Closed basement parking available for renting Available immediately, no fixed contract; near haderner stern/ Gondrellplatz/ Stiftsbogen,. Ubahn station/tram/bus station is close by. 80 Euro per month   Contact number : +49 1521 3642583 Address : Schrofelhofstrasse
  9. Hello! I'm Rinalda, recently moved to Munich. Me (27, PhD Researcher) and my boyfriend (28, IT Software QA Specialist) are looking for a bright 2 room apartment in the areas: Bogenhausen, Berg am Laim, Maxvorstadt, Unterfohring, Schwabing, Au Haidhausen. Mostly, we want to be close to the S8 and/or next to a park, would be lovely to be within walking distance of the city centre. These are all factors that we can juggle with, depending on what we find! We are looking for something under 1100 euros (warm). We also have a lovely norwegian forest cat, so the place must be okay with cats. A quiet area (no screaming children) would be preffered, since I work from home. Or at least a well-isolated apartment If you know of something that sounds like what we are looking for, please drop me a line! You can also contact me at rinalda.faraian@yahoo.com It would be great to recive pictures of the apartments, and maybe arrange a viewing as well. We would like to rent it from may onwards. Thanks in advance!
  10. Hi, I am a 27 years old girl from Italy, and I am looking for a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment for rent in Munich. I´m employed full-time since over 2 years as a designer (my work contract is permanent). I can provide my last pay slips, work contracts, as well as a copy of my SCHUFA. I would rent the flat long-term and only 1 person (me - female, 27) would live in the apartment. My move-in date is flexible. Ideally I would prefer an unlimited time contract, or a flat that´s available for at least 1 year. I do not mind if the apartment is unfurnished, as I already have some furniture from my previous place! Please contact me via provate message or by commenting here below. Thank you!
  11. Hello dear community,    My name is Tom - I'm excited to be starting a new position in Munich (relocating from London) in around the April/May period and am in need of a basic yet modern apartment that's well connected to Public Transport.   I'm 25 years old with no pets and I don't smoke. I'd be moving in alone. I'm an avid lover of the great outdoors; running, skiing and cycling are especially fun for me, hence my enthusiasm to come to Bavaria!    I'll be employed in the Berg am Laim area, so anywhere to the West of the City, on lines S5 or S6 would be ideal. The Western end of the U2/7 would also be perfect. However, I'm willing to consider anywhere, within 30 minutes by public transport, to the area I'll be working.    Aiming to keep the price to < 1000 EURO Cold Rent. Preferably looking for something short term (6 months), however open to look at longer contracts.    Please let me know if you have something suitable!    Cheers,    Tom