We are moving to Munich as my husband has a new job at Siemens starting in October. We will be in Munich on Saturday the 21st to Sunday so would be available to view properties then.
- 2 adults and 2 children (3yo and a baby)
- Non smokers
- No pets
- Search area: south Munich (Trudering/Berg am Laim etc.)
-Max KM would be 2200 per month.
-Moving in date: ASAP due to imminent start of job.
- Nationality: German and British.
If you have anything that would fit the bill, we would be most grateful if you could drop us a line.
Many thanks and best regards,
Hi, I'm currently a resident in Berlin and own a few flats that I rent out. Just considering the potentially
dumb idea of relocating to the UK in the future (even though Brexit might make this complicated). I was
wondering in anyone had been in a similar situation and could advice on what the main things to consider might be,
taxes on rental income, any potential bureaucratic nightmare I might not foreseeing, etc.
Thanks in advance!
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Do you think it is a good idea? Do you know any online newspapers to do this?