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Hello,

Can anyone recommend me any web sites to look for a descent apartment or studio for long term rent in Berlin?

What is a normal price to rent an apartment in Berlin for 1 person? and is 1500euro/month a good salary to live in Berlin??...

Thank you...

  • Go to apartment kharkov's profile

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    Can any one please provide the details regarding ukraine apartments for rent as i have recently shifted their and looking for accommodation.
    http://www.apartment-kharkov.com/"

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    Renting an apartment provides a wonderful opportunity to spend time in Kharkiv exactly as you want, and feel like at home. All Kharkiv apartments have full set of conveniences, fascinating interior, spirit of hospitality – everything that does your stay in Kharkiv relaxed and pleasant! Here you can find apartments of any class and style but all of them are located in the heart of the city that allows you both to achieve the place of business meeting in the shortest time and to fully enjoy beauty of the city.
    http://www.apartment-kharkov.com/

  • Per D

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    http://www.immobilienscout24.de/de/finden/wohnen/index.jsp
    the only problem is that is in German, but is the one i used to search for mine.

  • Joe Bob

    posted by  in Germany forum 

    1500 is not much, maybe you can share a house :D No I am sure you can find really cheap flat in Berlin if you don´t need the touristsIf u find nothing go to berlin east but take care about your butt
    okay ;)
    Enjoy it here
    We are strange but lovely
    (ME for example)

  • Sandra O'Rourke-Glynn

    posted by  in Germany forum 

    that price is for a 2 bedroom and in a very central area. She is a student and is sharing. So She is only paying 300 a month. But as she warns she also has heat and other charges on top of that and they are for the whole building etc, you cannot control them yourself. 2 months ago the landlord gave them a monthly bill of 1000 euro and everyone in the building is complaining but has no choice but to pay.
    Germany is a great country but as you asked "I thought salaries in Germany were a lot higher than other EU countries!" Germany employment is higher than most countries in this current economic climate but I do not find the salaries higher. I actually find them lower than what I'm used to and even though I'm desperately trying to move to Germany the salaries are too low as I have commitments here I would still have to pay for also. Don't forget you will also have to get compulsory health insurance if you are working there. So this is another charge you will have to pay. You have no choice in this. Its the law. Others can probably give you better advice.

  • Evan Aerakis

    posted by  in Germany forum 

    Thanks for your reply. The job i have the offer is based in Berlin and they offer 1500/month gross! So, if you say the cheapest rent is 600-800 euro it is not worth it of course. I thought salaries in Germany were a lot higher than other EU countries!

  • Sandra O'Rourke-Glynn

    posted by  in Germany forum 

    My friend living in Berlin has just had her apartment rent raised. The law in Germany says the landlord can raise the rent by 20% every 2 years. But really you need to try and get a warm rent based apartment. Her rent is 800 for a 2 bedroom in a good area. Until recently it was just 600 for the whole apartment but heating etc was extra and they have to pay whatever the landlord say's as there are not individual controls for every apartment. Not sure if 1500 is a good wage it seems low, but in Berlin unemployment is high and the salaries are lower than other cities. Im trying to decide what city to move to and until recently it was Berlin. Now Im focusing on Munich and Cologne.

  • Evan Aerakis

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    anybody to answer??...

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