New apartment, new luck? Okay, the apartment search is difficult and can be very frustrating. But what about the kitchen?
Useful information for landlords, tenants and flatmates
For many, living in a shared apartment (in German called “Wohngemeinschaft” or “WG”) is an essential part of student life. But not only students live in shared apartments.
Only those who have never rented out before imagine that the work of a landlord is easy. In practice, landlords are confronted with many tasks, regulations, and unforeseen problems.
The best tips and tricks about living for rent
Did your last roommate take away all your hopes and dreams of having the perfect roommate? Did you wallow in gloomy loneliness in your rented
Almost everyone who has ever rented an apartment or a house in Germany knows it: no SCHUFA certificate, no apartment. But why is that?
Whether you’re a young adult living on your own for the first time, moving to a new neighborhood, or trading in your home for a rental property, you need to be well-prepared before you begin your apartment search.
When you come from another country to live in Germany, depending on where you came from or for what you came for, there could be
The thought of hosting a New Year’s Eve party can be a little daunting. But hosting one in your own home to boot? That’s downright
Getting a new pet is an exciting event that brings joy to adults and children alike. When considering what type of pet you want to